Become a supporter

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Who can become a supporter of the NSPA?

Supporters include:

  • Individuals with lived experience of suicide
  • Individuals who are not attached to a member organisation or who are not in a position to act as the representative for their organisation
  • Organisations interested in the work of the NSPA, but not ready or able to commit to developing a public action plan

They will benefit from:

  • Receiving communications about the activities and plans of the NSPA and its members
  • Receiving invitations to NSPA events
  • Being invited to share experiences and/ or related expertise through case studies, focus groups, speaking at events and participating in some of the NSPA’s joint work

If, at a later date, an organisation is ready to commit to a public action plan, conversion to full membership will be straightforward.

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Become a Supporter

  • If you’re an organisation which cares about suicide prevention but you are not ready to develop an action plan or you simply wish to receive periodic communications about the NSPA, its members and activities, we invite you to become a Supporter of the NSPA. We also welcome individuals as Supporters – particularly those with lived experience of suicide and professionals/ practitioners who may not be in a position to represent their organisation.
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  • Section 2 - Your interests

  • As a Supporter of the NSPA you will receive periodic communications about the NSPA and relevant news and information from the sector. We also recognise that our supporters may have invaluable experiences, knowledge and skills, which they may wish to share and every opportunity will be given to contribute.