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Campaigns

Find out more about our campaigns and ways you can get involved.

Our Campaigns

Foothold is a small organisation but we have big plans. We're planning to triple the number of people we help by 2022 and to do that we're constantly looking at ways we can provide support. Through our campaigns, we're working hard to break down the stigma in asking for support, to build awareness and to raise funds to help us support more of our community. And with your help we can reach more people than ever before - find out more about our campaigns and ways you can get involved.

Have a look at what we've been up to:

#KeepTalking (November 2020)

Our #KeepTalking campaign aims to help tackle the stigma men face when seeking support and encourage them to speak openly about their experiences.

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Learn how to manage your money better in our free webinar

Find out about our upcoming webinar, Managing Your Money, taking place on Thursday 13 January 2022 in partnership with Secondsight.

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Helen Wright, author of Knowing your rights as a private tenant

Knowing your rights as a private tenant

Learn more about your rights as a private tenant and how they can help you in this blog by the housing experts at Shelter.

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Madeleine Hunter, author of Your guide to Covid-19 repossessions and evictions

Your guide to Covid-19 repossessions and evictions

Your guide to Covid-19 mortgage repossessions and evictions from Madeleine Hunter, Helpline Plus Caseworker at the housing experts Shelter

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500 engineers access new mental health support hub

Engineering charity Foothold has reported over 500 people have accessed support from its Wellbeing Hub in the six months since its launch.

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Mark’s 25 in 25 fundraising challenge

Foothold supporter Mark Spry will begin an epic sponsored reading challenge this July to raise funds.

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Debt – a fact of life for many families

We're launching a partnership with StepChange and a newsletter for parents in engineering.

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