Posted by: Laura Hammond
Thu 11th August 2022
Derbyshire County Council is looking for volunteers to help raise awareness of suicide prevention at the Impact Arena.
The council has once again teamed up with local football clubs to raise awareness of the issue ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10.
A total of eight volunteers are required to raise awareness at the Impact Arena on Monday, August 29, ahead of Alfreton Town FC’s clash against Chorley.
The volunteers will spend time engaging with fans before the match and handing out leaflets.
There will also be someone clinical and somebody from a local charity to provide support on the day.
All volunteers will receive free access to watch the match.
Volunteers are also required at Matlock Town, Chesterfield FC and Belper Town matches in September.
If you would like to volunteer, you can complete an online form here.
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