The close of the year is often a time of reflection for many people. It’s also a time for reflection here at harmless and the tomorrow project.
We are heading into our tenth year as a service, providing specialist self harm and suicide prevention services to people who need our help and in that time we have achieved great things.
We’ve calculated that in the time that we’ve been operating we have conservatively supported 25,000 individuals who are facing these very specific experiences and these are the estimated numbers of people facing self harm and suicide that we’ve supported without even considering all the training and media work that we have done.
These numbers make me as the CEO of our service, extremely proud. I have an amazing team, who all face challenges every day in continuing to bring such life changing and life saving services to all of the people that we help and I want to take this opportunity to thank them and to thank all of the clients and colleagues that have supported us over the years to be in the position that we are in.
The next year we face increasing challenges to maintain the service as it currently looks and so we turn to our supporters to continue to help us in the new year and we promise to you, that we will continue to do everything within our power to reach as many people in distress as we can, and to save every life that we touch.