Hats at the ready! New tools available

Published:  06 October, 2017

There’s just one week until Hats on 4 Mental Health Day on 13th October 2017!    

Join your colleagues in the automotive industry and raise awareness about mental health challenges, while also raising funds to help support industry colleagues who may be suffering in silence. 

How to take part:

1. Visit www.hatson4ben.co.uk for tools

2. Wear a hat to work on 13th October

3. Post your selfie

4. Donate £1 to Ben

There's new tools available to help you get ready too: http://hatson4ben.co.uk/toolkit/?ct=t(Hats_on_Individual_Email_6_10_2017)

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