Suicide bereavement

The Tomorrow Project team are today at the ‘Suicide bereavement is everyone’s business’ conference in Manchester representing our work in suicide prevention.

The conference is bringing together key professionals and expertise in the area of suicide and suicide bereavement.

We hope that our work can begin to feature and influence this national platform.

Fancy winning some fantastic prizes and at the same time help support our self harm services? Then buy a raffle ticket…

Fancy winning a meal at Le Britrot Pierre? A mp4 player? Some panto tickets to see Peter Pan in Nottingham? Or any other of our fantastic prizes? And help save lives at the same time? Then why not buy some raffle tickets….

Tickets are £1 each and all the money raised goes directly towards helping us provide a range of services about self harm including support, information, training and consultancy to people who self harm, their friends and families and professionals.

To buy one ticket (£1) – please click here

To buy five tickets (£5) – please click here

To buy ten tickets (£10) – please click here

To buy twenty tickets (£20) – please click here

Alternatively, you can buy tickets by emailing The draw will take place on October 11th 2013 and all winners will be notified within two weeks. Please make sure you include a phone number and email address so that we can contact you if you win.

Thank you for your support and good luck!  

Prizes include:

Meal vouchers inlcuding Le Britrot Pierre and The Riverbank

MP4 player

L’ Oreal cosmetics and beauty products

Diesel gift set for men

Panto Tickets – Peter Pan

Just The Tonic Tickets

Costa Coffee items

Picnic Bag

Lamp and speaker

Bathroom set

And many more to follow….

Terms and conditions of raffle available on request – You must be 16 or over to buy a raffle ticket.

Stigma about suicide and self harm get in the way of seeking help

Today on gem fm we are looking at what it is that gets in the way of people seeking help for self harm or suicide. Mental health stigma, bad attitudes, what other people think… Are these things that stop people asking for help?

We are trying to change the face of services. Helping people to feel that services are accessible and are going to be able to help them is vital.

Caroline talks about the desperate need for services to change before more people lose their lives and Zoe, someone whose accessed services for self harm and suicide, speaks of poor treatment in the NHS.
Have a listen to the interviews and a read of the article and let us know what you think.

Call for greater self harm and suicide prevention work in schools

This morning, the Gem fm campaign turns it’s attention to
what work can be done with schools to improve education for
students around the issue of self harm and suicide prevention. Gem
talk to East Leake Academy, who, after tragic circumstances worked
closely with Harmless and The Tomorrow Project to ensure that the
best possible support was offered to its students. Nottingham
academy speaks about their determination to undertake work of a
similar nature following an increase in self harming as an issue
amongst its students. The Tomorrow Project is able to work with
schools and communities effected by suicide or high rates of self
harm to ensure that all individuals have access to good quality
information about the subjects – we can do talks and group work, or
talk with projects to see what help is most needed. If you would
like to learn more about our work and what we can do for your
school or project, please contact or call
0115 9348445. If you would like to read today’s Gem fm article
please follow this link:
and to listen to the interviews and audio pieces so far, please
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World Suicide Prevention Day 2013

In 2011 there were 6045 suicides in the UK and the Male suicide rate is approximately 3 times higher than female rates.

Lots of people feel suicidal at some point in their lives. Thousands go into hospital each year having tried to harm themselves. Many more try to take their own lives – and nobody ever gets to know about it.

This is why feeling suicidal can be dangerous and needs to be talked about. 

The Tomorrow Project is a confidential suicide prevention project which was set up in response to the needs and concerns of the local community.

Life can be difficult but it can get better, with the right support and opportunity, it doesn’t have to end. No matter how big or small you think your problems are, don’t be afraid to ask for help: 

Statistics taken from Samaritans Suicide Statistic Report 2013.

World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is International World Suicide Prevention Day. To mark the day, Harmless have launched the new website for the Tomorrow Project
Why not take a look?

Today is day two of the Gem fm special on suicide, where we call for more work to be done with the bereaved by suicide to help them manage their hurt.
Follow this link to read the article and listen to the interviews.



Suicide Prevention Project Launches New Website

We’ve launched the new look website for the Tomorrow Project for Suicide Awareness week. Head over to to take a look and find our more about the project.

We’ve also opened an online community space for you to tell your stories. Our aim is to develop a safe space in order to share thoughts, opinions, stories, music, art, writing or video – whatever your talent or way of expressing yourself, we’re looking to hear from you. Click here to find out more.

Gem 106 Suicide Awareness Special – Part 1

Listen to the first installment of our Suicide Awareness special with Gem 106 as part of Suicide Awareness day.

Tune in to Gem 106 this week to hear more about the important work we do.
If you would like to support our project and help us save more lives, click here.

Suicide awareness day – listen to the radio this week!

Tuesday, this week is suicide awareness day. We have been working closely with gem fm to do an awareness raising campaign around the issues of self harm and suicide prevention.
Harmless have a new project- The Tomorrow project, which in honour of suicide awareness day is launching a new website where people can get information and support.

Tune in to gem fm 106 this week to hear about our work and please support us.

If you’d like to donate to our project to help us save more lives, click here
Or to the East Leake project click here

Help raise funds for self harm services

We’re having a Harmless raffle to raise funds to help us provide vital self harm services.

Tickets are £1 each and all funds will go towards providing support, information, training and consultancy to people who self harm, their friends and families and professionals.

There are some fantastic prizes to be won including: Panto tickets for Peter Pan, Meal vouchers including Le Britrot PierreJust The Tonic Tickets, L’ Oreal cosmetics and beauty products, Diesel gift set for men, an MP4 Player and many more…

The draw will take place on October 11th 2013 and all winners will be notified within two weeks.

To buy tickets, please visit our online store here:

Terms and conditions of raffle available on request – You must be 16 or over to buy a raffle ticket.