BAKE SALE RESULTS! And good luck to Comic Relief with their fundraiser.

We are very very… very pleased to say we have raised a total of £100.00 for Comic Relief.

Every member of staff contributed to the bake sale and we are happy to support the cause.

At Harmless we are fortunate to be supported by Comic Relief and are half way through a project named ‘Breaking the Cycle: Young People, self harm and suicide.’

Comic relief support us in helping young people aged between 18 and 25, who self harm and/or at risk of suicide. In the first 18 months of Comic Relief funding, we are proud to announce that we have directly supported 120 young people.

Our overarching aim here at Harmless is to save lives and through the support we received from funders like Comic Relief, this is possible.

We wish everyone at Comic Relief all the best for tonight’s fundraiser.

You can learn more about Red Nose Day and Comic Relief by clicking here!

If you would like to donate to comic relief, you can do so by clicking here!

Thank you to Comic Relief

Everyone at Harmless would like to say a BIG thank you to Comic Relief. By giving money on Red Nose Day you are showing your support to projects across the world- projects like ours. Harmless are supported by Comic Relief to help young people who self harm; they help us to save lives.
Thank you and please continue to support #RND text ‘YES’ to 70010

Harmless’ Director Caroline on Radio 2

Keep your ears open this coming week. Caroline gave an interview today to Radio 2, that will feature throughout their shows this week in the build up to this years Red Nose Day. Comic Relief fund some of Harmless’ essential work with people that self harm and the interview for Radio 2 will emphasise the importance of the funding to our work and discuss what impact we can make with it.

Let us know if you hear it!