The Laura Hyde Foundation
Taking care of those who take care of us
The Laura Hyde foundation is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to providing mental health support for our emergency services. The foundation has representation in over 98% of UK hospitals and supports nurses, doctors, GP’s, paramedics, midwives, HCA’s, fire, police and care workers.
The Laura Hyde Foundation was set up in 2018 following the suicide of Laura Hyde, and is dedicated to taking care of those who are tasked with taking care of us. The Foundation also provides counselling support and mental health training for those who need it, and who want to learn more.
Learn more about the work of the Laura Hyde Foundation here.
The Clock Tower Sanctuary
Enabling our homeless young people to feel safe, ‘just be’ and realise their potential
The Clock Tower Sanctuary is a safe space for 16-25 year olds who are dealing with homelessness. It’s a place where they can access services and support whilst at the same time take the opportunity to rest, and ‘just be’.
At The Clock Tower Sanctuary, young homeless people can get access to the day to day things we take for granted; a hot meal and a warm shower, a place to do the laundry and somewhere they can pick up their post. That way, the young people they support can have hope for the future and understand their worth and potential.
Find out more about their work here.