About Our Blue Light

Our Blue Light aims to bringour emergency and essential servi ces together, to improve mental health & reduce the stigma surrounding it - whilst also raising awareness of health and wellbeing and looking at how we can improve this​. We plan on organising events around the country to achive our aspirations, whilst also working closely with all emergency service employers and their champions to ensure a productive and healthy future for all. We aim to bring out communities together to open diaglouge, where health and wellbeing is at the center of everything we do - with the Mind Blue Light Programme and Time to Change supporting this groundbreaking work.

   Over the last two years we have organised some groundbreaking events with the aim of bringing the Emergency and Essential Services together encompassing the amazing work of the Mind Blue Light Programme and Time to Change. 

We have had a unique approach believing that engagement and attitudes towards support is best done through fun activities. With this in mind we have held the first ever Dance Your Blues Away Dancing Commotion, organsised th e first ever Mental Health Relay, held the Blue Light Walk and even held a very special dinner and dance at the annual Our Blue Light Ball which was attended by over 450 guests at the world-famous Blackpool Ballroom - to support our main partner Mind.

This work has not gone unoticed and we have gained support from accross a wide range of supporters, including the Royal Family, BBC Radio One, This Morning and the Gadget Show - to name but a few.
During 2018 we intend to continue this important work, engaging all communities to talk about mental health and continue to reduce the stigmas surrounding it.

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch with the team.
Aims - Our Blue Light Mission
To promote the physical and mental wellbeing of persons working for the emergency and essential services and their families (the beneficiaries) across the United Kingdom by provision of information, advice and guidance so that they are better able to manage the stress and hardship they may encounter.

To advance education of the public at large to the work of the emergency and essential services across the United Kingdom.

To relieve hardship and distress arising therefrom by provision of grants to those beneficiaries most in need by reason of their youth, age, social or economic circumstances so that their conditions may be improved.

Emergency and essential services include, but are not limited to Fire, Ambulance, Police, NHS Employees, Prison, Probation and Search and Rescue agencies.
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