Olly’s Future Strategy: 2021-2024

On February 14th 2017, Olly Hare took his life aged 22, two days before his 23rd birthday. His family and friends came together soon after to create a legacy of hope for Olly and to help others and save lives. Since then, we have grown from a small group of close family and friends into a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (no. 1187184) to develop and run suicide prevention initiatives and training courses to save lives around the country and further afield.

Latest news

UCL Altruism Award Winner 2024

This year’s incredible winner of the UCL Oliver Hare Altruism Award is Claudia Low, President of Student Action

‘Talking about Suicide: 10 Tools’ Online Training

You’ve got to be quick to get a place on the ‘Talking about Suicide:10 Tools’ (TAS:10) open sessions.

Say hello to Paris!

Paris is our newest member of the Olly’s Future family. She’s our Engagement Officer, running our Leadership Programme