In March, Olly’s Future held the second annual Love and Light party. This year we celebrated the incredible life of our dear friend, son and brother Olly sailing along the Thames past some of London’s most famous sites.
On Saturday night, almost 150 of Olly’s extended family and friends came together for a wonderful evening of live music and dancing with an epic view. There was also a wonderful raffle with plenty of money can’t buy prizes that raised over £1,000 alone in donations.
Thank you all those who came and made it such a wonderful night, remembering someone we clearly love so much. Oliver you live on forever in our hearts. Thanks to all those who were filmed for the documentary too.
Click here to see the full album from the night.
Be sure to save the date for next year’s party which is happening on Saturday 20st March 2020. More details to be revealed soon.
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.
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