The Oliver Hare Altruism Award

UCL

Olly spent three years studying History at UCL. The Oliver Hare Altruism Award has been set up in his name to recognise and reward the altruistic endeavours of a UCL student. Previous winners have made significant positive impact through their volunteering and philanthropic ventures.

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Anita Sangha

Find put about our most recent winner, Anita Sangha here.

Winners

  • 2019 - Anita Sangha
  • 2018 - Dougie Head

Latest news

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Online training for your organisation

The 90-minute online training session we have created in partnership with Start the Conversation (suicide prevention education) in Read more

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A message from the team at Olly’s Future

We’ve reflected heavily on the events of the past two weeks that have highlighted the structural racism still rife throughout society. This has sparked constructive dialogue at Olly’s Future around ways we can better address and embed diversity and inclusion initiatives in our suicide prevention work.

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Worried about someone but don’t know what to say?

In response to Covid-19, we have worked hard and fast, along with suicide prevention training company Start the Conversation, to move our 90-minute workshop online. The result is Talking about Suicide: Ten Tools, which we are delivering on Zoom on the dates enclosed. Click here