What we do

We’ve learned a lot about suicide since Cameron died and the statistics are frightening. Our aim is to urge more young people to talk about mental health and ask for help when they need it.

We go out into communities to raise awareness of mental health issues and encourage everybody, and especially young people, to start conversations more openly about their own mental health. Our aim is to support the prevention of young suicide by helping to improve the visibility of available support services and signpost young people to the resources that could help to save a life.


We do this by:

  • Producing drink mats, wallet cards and coffee cups with bespoke messaging and placing them into schools, colleges, universities and local community hubs
  • Holding fundraising Night Walk events to raise awareness of our cause and promote better mental health by getting out and about in the countryside
  • Reaching out to local groups and businesses for partnership opportunities to spread the message and start conversations about mental health
  • Speaking at colleges, universities and local events to help start conversations and highlight local support services

How you can help:

  • Volunteer with us! At certain points in the year, we’ll be on the lookout for event stewards to help facilitate our annual Night Walk. Similarly, if you are interested in holding your own Night Walk or fundraising event for the Cameron Grant Memorial Trust, please get in touch
  • Spread the word. Whether you are passionate about championing positive mental health within your local group, club or student society, or think you might be able to help connect us to local businesses, anything you can do to help makes a difference
  • Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to keep in touch and share our cause to help raise awareness of mental health issues in young people
  • Donate to us. Every donation received makes a difference and helps us to keep doing what we do.