Cameron Grant Memorial Trust has joined the National Suicide Prevention Alliance which brings together public, private, voluntary and community organisations in England who care about suicide prevention and are willing to take action to reduce suicide and support those affected by suicide. The NSPA runs an annual conference; for 2019 the conference theme is ‘Suicide prevention across the life course’ and it will be held at the Kia Oval, London on Tue 5 Feb . The keynote speaker is Jackie Doyle-Price MP, Minister for Suicide Prevention. For more information, and to register, please follow this Eventbrite link.

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Cameron Grant died on 14 November 2014. Aged 21, he took his own life after a lonely, 7-year battle with Depression. The Cameron Grant Memorial Trust (charity 1167221) was established in his memory, and to prevent this disaster happening to others.

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Cameron didn’t seek help and no one – including us and his friends at Uni – knew that he was suffering from depression. We produce Cameron’s Coasters, customised drink mats, which we send to schools, universities, local pubs and sports clubs, and...
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