At the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust we are working hard to ensure that we are still able to support people to look after their mental health and we appreciate your patience and continued support of CWMT during this uncertain period.
The CWMT office is closed and all staff are working remotely, so please contact us by email.
Periods of uncertainty can be difficult and can impact negatively on our mental health. Some of our peer organisations in the mental health sector have published guidance on maintaining wellbeing through this period, and we have collated some resources along with our own:
Some updates about our activities during the Coronavirus outbreak:
Our mental health training and resources
Over the past few weeks, we have been working proactively with our trainers to establish new ways of delivering our charitable activities in order to respond to the current challenges and to be ready for the time things do return to business as usual. We are working on creating digital content such as videos to share with our supporters and beneficiaries over the next few weeks. These will follow the same principles that guide everything we do – being practical, positive and proven. Digital versions of all our mental health resources are available so please explore these and share them with friends, family and colleagues during this time when they might especially need them.
Our fundraising events
We have not cancelled, only postponed, our wonderfully exciting fundraising events and are working to re-arrange dates for all of them! Please check the events page for new details, where we will post all event updates.
Here at the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust we remain positive and will continue to operate in order to fulfill our charitable aims, supporting people with practical, evidence-based information and tools to look after their mental health and wellbeing.
We will be sharing more frequent updates on social media and here on the CWMT website.
Do you need help now?
If your mental or emotional state quickly gets worse, or if you're worried about someone you know - help is available.
You're not alone; talk to someone you trust. Sharing a problem is often the first step to recovery.