Harmless’ suicide prevention project makes front page news

Harmless’ new suicide prevention project- The Tomorrow Project made headline news today. The Nottingham Evening Post put our story on the front page, and since then several national stories have gone live including the Daily Mail.

Although the media aren’t always the most accurate and there are several misquotations they are supporting us in reaching people.

See the article in the mail here:

Or see the front page story here:


Suicide prevention project raises £5,500

Last night The Tomorrow Project launched with great success. Large numbers of people attended the event, showing great generosity for the cause. On the night we raised over £5,500. Everyone at Harmless can’t thank everyone enough for their support – for everyone that donated to the raffle or auction, donated their time or support, or bought raffle tickets or auction items.
This money raised will go straight back into the community, to provide the well needed support for all.

This is just the start of a very important project!

Nottingham Evening Post coverage

Here is an article printed in the Evening Post; although all details are not accurate it is good coverage of our new project- The Tomorrow Project.

The Tomorrow Project is for all ages- for anyone effected by suicide, or had thoughts of suicide or harming themselves in any way.


Harmless’ new project features on the BBC and Capital FM

Harmless’ new project: The Tomorrow Project launches tomorrow evening with a raffle and auction to raise funds. This evening The Tomorrow Project will feature on East Midlands Today at 6.30pm. The piece will feature the moving story of two related suicides and the impact on those left behind. Please watch and show your support for the project. Donations are being received here.

Harmless launch new suicide prevention project:The Tomorrow Project

Listen to BBC Radio Nottingham at 1.45pm tomorrow (Wednesday) when Caroline will be speaking about the launch of Harmless’ new suicide prevention project: Tomorrow Project. We hope that it will help people to understand the importance and need for the project and the work that we are doing.
Caroline will be talking with Penny, a mother who recently lost her son to suicide. Her choice to share her story is an attempt to ensure people understand suicide and to try and prevent other families from going through the same pain.

Busy Days

Harmless are having a very busy start to the New Year.

This week alone we have two days of filming in partnership with Rotherham College of Arts and Technology, are running a full day of training plus holding a free awareness workshop on self harm.

These are positive times for the project; if you’re interested in supporting our work in any way please contact us to find out how you can get involved.

Free self harm workshop

**Free one hour self harm awareness workshop**

Friday the 11th of January at 11.30am

Harmless are an award winning self harm service based in Nottingham. Why not come along to this hour workshop to gain an insight into self harm and the work that we are doing?

To reserve a place, please email darren@harmless.org.uk
Or call 01159348445

The workshop will be run at NCVS, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham.

Please NOTE: the workshop will be filmed for marketing purposes. No audio will be captured.