Downing Street launch for Insurance Charities project

Charity, Events, Insurance and Reinsurance, People and Places — By on November 13, 2013 at 9:56 PM
Charity 10 Downing Street Mrs. Samantha Cameron

Pictured with Samantha Cameron are (from left) Professor Chris Thompson, patron of Depression Alliance,; Alison Lawrence, chair of the trustees of Depression Alliance; Emer O’Neill, chief executive of Depression Alliance; Annali-Joy Thornicroft, chief executive of The Insurance Charities; and Rob Hubbard, chair of the Friends in Need Appeal Board.

The motto of the charity group is “We are here to help past and present employees of the insurance industry in their time of need.”

Annali-Joy Thornicroft, chief executive of The Insurance Charities, accompanied Depression Alliance staff and supporters to meet Mrs Cameron at a reception.

Friends in Need was set up with a clear aim – to end the loneliness and isolation that comes with depression. It describes itself as a supportive community where people who have been affected by depression can connect with others online, through the Friends in Need website, and through group events, activities and meetings.

charity logo 10 Downing StreetOver the past two years The Insurance Charities has worked with Depression Alliance to set up the pioneering initiative, and a dedicated group is available exclusively to those working in the insurance industry.

Information can be found atwww.insurancecharities.friendsinneed.co.uk. A nationwide launch of Friends in Need will take place early in 2014.

 

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