OLLIE stands for

ONE LIFE LOST IS ENOUGH

The OLLIE THANK YOU PAGE

The OLLIE THANK YOU PAGE

This is our way of putting the spotlight on you and saying a huge thanks to everyone who has helped OLLIE to date. We couldn’t have achieved the things we’ve done without your amazing help and commitment.

Posted 9th December 2019

The Rotary Club who generously donated £150 which will help us in our future training costs! We would like to thank them for all their support which they have informed us will be continuing next year.

Posted 2nd December 2019

Kelly's Storage for all their hard work in organising the Rag Run which OLLIE were the chosen charity for. Thank you also to all who took part in the Rag Run and those who volunteered on the day.

Posted 27th November 2019

The business networking group 'Platinum Point' for choosing OLLIE as their charity of the year, resulting in a generous sum being raised for us.

Posted 18th November 2019

John Henry Newman School for committing to take their sixth form off timetable in order to provide talks on mental health and well-being on Tuesday 19th & 26th November.

POSTED 28TH OCTOBER 2019

  • Our partnership with Herts Constabulary as we begin our training for all their call handlers this week.

POSTED 23rd October 2019

The RATS ran 170(ish) miles from Sittingbourne to Brighton raising over £2k for OLLIE.

POSTED 16th October 2019

Dr David Gordon from Spire health care Harpenden for his fantastic fundraising efforts.

POSTED 23rd September 2019

The Entertainer St Albans who kindly sent a donation as part of their 'Jack gives back' programme.

POSTED 18th September 2019

Michael Wallace from [email protected] and all who attended and helped make the event a success. Also to all who attended our community meeting on World Suicide Prevention Day, thanks to Sam Mathur and Ren Crowley from Metro Bank where the meeting was held.

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