Warrington Speak Up Team Cycle Challenge

On World Suicide Prevention Day, communities around the world come together to raise awareness of how we can create a world where fewer people die by suicide.

Did you know that at least 1 in every 100 deaths worldwide is by suicide?

We also know that every death caused by suicide has a ripple effect of devastation and deep impact on the people around them.

However, we believe there is hope.

We want to change this story. We want to save lives.

On September 8th the Hope 100 walk takes place in Warrington, bringing the local community together to have a conversation, share experiences, support one another, or just be silent and take time to reflect, knowing there is someone walking 3beside them.  

Hope 100 is a partnership between Warrington Speak Up, Livewire, Warrington Wolves Foundation, Directions for Men and Armed Forces Hub.

We are raising money to promote and facilitate the walk, where we expect over three hundred people to take part.

Any contribution you can make will help to save a life.

The team at Warrington Speak Up are cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats (from the comfort of our office!) to help to fundraise and promote the event.

Will you partner with us?

All monies raised will go directly towards suicide prevention in Warrington.

Please click here if you would like to donate.