Tomorrow is Blue Monday – a day regarded by some as the most depressing day of the year. This is because of a mixture of the dark days, money shortages after Christmas and the time in which most people give up on their New Year Resolutions.Continue Reading...
Christmas is always branded like it’s special and wonderful. For some, it just isn’t and often the expectations of this period make it worse for those who are not having a good time. If you are happy this Christmas, spread some of that joy and love to those less fortunate. If you aren’t having a […]Continue Reading...
The committee met in Derby last Saturday (24th November). We were pleased to welcome Paul back who had taken a short sabbatical from volunteering with us. There were some discussions on how the charity might look different next year. Also, look forward to a themed newsletter some time in the future!Continue Reading...
Celebrated globally to raise awareness of mental health issues; this year, the World Health Organisation is focusing on the mental wellbeing of young people. https://www.who.int/mental_health/world-mental-health-day/2018/en/Continue Reading...
The trustee members met last week in Derby. On the agenda was; a review of the summer’s AGM, a discussion on the function of the DUK Chat page and an exciting proposal regarding our membership. Look out for these proposals in the New Year!Continue Reading...
You can now show your support for Depression UK when you use Savoo Search, Save and Raise as your online shopping platform. Your efforts cost you nothing because Savoo donates on your behalf. Find out more here…Continue Reading...