By sharing Olly’s love and light we can help stop our amazing young people losing their lives to suicide.

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Why We Exist

Everything we do at Olly's Future is in memory of Olly Hare. We were devastated when we lost him on 14th February 2017, aged 22, and came together to celebrate his amazing life and create a legacy of hope. All our young trustees are friends of Olly. *Some stars shine too brightly for this world* Read more

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About Olly

Olly was truly special. He brought joy, happiness and laughter wherever he went and had more friends and adventures than for a lifetime. He had a magnetic personality which lit up a room and yet he was also a deep thinker and wise beyond his years. Read more

Get involved

There are lots of ways to get involved and we always love welcoming new members to the community. Whether you’d like to book a training course, volunteer your time or make a donation we’re always grateful for the support we receive.

Training courses

We offer a range of suicide prevention training, including online and face-to-face options.

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Events

We hold events throughout the year to fundraise and celebrate Olly’s life.

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Awards

We are proud to have established two annual awards in Olly’s memory.

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Campaigns

We run campaigns to make significant policy changes and raise awareness.

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Latest news

Today, to celebrate what would have been Olly Hare’s 30th birthday, we’re launching a crowdfunding to raise £5,000 to make a short film about his extraordinary life.

You can find the link to the Crowd Funder here: https://crowdfunder.co.uk/p/ollys-light-travels-short-documentary… Thank you for your support!

As a symbol and gesture of love, light and remembrance, we are paying tribute to Olly Hare by putting daffodils in our windows

As a symbol and gesture of love, light and remembrance, we are paying tribute to Olly Hare by

We believe they should all have suicide prevention training as part of their core curriculum.

Every year 7,500 students graduate from UK medical schools. We believe they should all have suicide prevention training