Here's the lowdown on our charity partner : CALM
In a world that often moves at breakneck speed, the need for mental health support has never been more crucial.
That's where Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) steps in, and we're proud to call them our charity partner at Roof East. Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. CALM exists to change this - by offering life-saving services, provoking national conversation, and bringing people together to reject living miserably.
As a charity, CALM stands with everyone who’s struggling with life, no matter who they are, where they’re from or what they’re going through. They provide a lifeline for anyone struggling, offering a confidential helpline and web chat for those in need. But their work goes beyond crisis intervention – they're committed to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health and promoting a culture of talking and listening.
We believe what makes CALM's work truly exceptional is their unwavering dedication to making a difference. Their team is a force of compassion and empathy, ensuring that nobody faces their challenges alone. CALM’s core values of empathy, inclusivity, and fostering real connections underscore everything they do.
If you're as moved by CALM's mission as we are, you can play a part too. Your support can help save lives and change the conversation around suicide. Consider making a donation to CALM to contribute to their life-saving work. Just £8 can fund a potentially life-saving chat on CALM’s helpline. That’s less than the price of a cocktail! Visit the CALM website to learn more about their initiatives and how you can make a difference today.
At Roof East, we're more than excited to support CALM's vital efforts. 50p from each sale of our Cherry Woo Woo cocktail and 25p from each sale of our Passionfruit and Apple Spritz will be donated to CALM’s life-saving work. You can also donate at checkout when purchasing your drinks, games or tickets at Roof East. Join us in standing with this incredible charity and sticking it to suicide in the UK.