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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52,427 children in the UK have attempted suicide by age 17*
Suicide is the leading cause of death in 10-19-year-olds**
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We offer a range of suicide prevention training, including online and face-to-face options.Learn more
We hold events throughout the year to fundraise and celebrate Olly’s life.Learn more
We are proud to have established two annual awards in Olly’s memory.Learn more
We run campaigns to make significant policy changes and raise awareness.Learn more
Say no more.(These stories say it all – shared with permission.) Except maybe I’ll just say this If
What a fabulous night! Friends and supporters gathered for fireworks and sea shanties by the ‘Duck Pond Sailors’
215 first-year students at Brighton and Sussex Medical School have recently learnt how to talk to future patients about suicide