Mental health issues don’t pause for Christmas

Mental health issues don’t pause for Christmas

Your support could potentially save a life this December.


The cost-of-living crisis is taking a toll on everyone, but men are particularly vulnerable to its negative impacts on mental health. As we approach Christmas, a time traditionally associated with joy and togetherness, many men are grappling with overwhelming financial stress, anxiety, and depression.

The Impact of the Cost-of-Living Crisis on Men's Mental Health:

  • Financial strain can lead to a feeling of inadequacy and a loss of self-worth.
  • Constant worry about making ends meet can disrupt sleep and exacerbate existing mental health conditions.
  • The pressure to provide for families and loved ones adds to the emotional burden.
  • Social isolation and withdrawal may occur as men prioritise financial survival over social connections.

Our Commitment to Men's Mental Well-being:

We are raising funds to support men's mental health initiatives that address the specific challenges they face during this challenging time. Our aim is to provide resources as well as access to counselling and support groups to help men navigate the emotional toll of the cost-of-living crisis and maintain their mental well-being.


Your Generosity Can Make a Difference:

With your support, we can help men:

  • Develop coping mechanisms to manage stress and anxiety.
  • Access professional mental health services when needed.
  • Build resilience and strengthen their emotional well-being.

Every donation, big or small, contributes to a brighter mental health future for men.


How You Can Help:

Donate generously to our campaign.

Spread the word about our cause to your friends, family, and colleagues.

Advocate for policies that support men's mental health and address the root causes of financial stress.


Together, we can shield men's mental health from the cost-of-living crisis and ensure their well-being during this difficult time.


Thank you for making a difference in the lives of men struggling with their mental health.

Our Sponsors

A.D. Wheeler
Gatewen Training Services
A.N. Richards
24-7 Recruitment Services
Challenger Mobile Communications
Platts Agriculture
Mindful Training
McLintocks Accountants
Jolliffes Solicitors
Cambria Dental Practice