Partners


Many individuals and organisations help and support us in our work. We have listed those whose contribution has a major positive impact on our charity. 36 universities, student unions and student associations who support Nightlines services locally through the provision of telephones, rooms, internet connections and IT as well as financial support to run training events.

Comic Relief – for funding our staff member and contribute to minor office expenses.

Three Rings – for continuing to offer Nightlines affiliated to Nightline Association free access to professional rota software.
 
 

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matthewelvidgetrust – for investing in specialist suicide awareness training for our volunteers.
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youthsight – for generously funding research on our behalf.

 
 
Nightline Association benefits from membership of Helplines Partnership, National Suicide Prevention Alliance and National Council of Voluntary Organisations. Each provides helpful advice and/or specialist training opportunities for Nightline Association volunteers.
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Nightline Association is also a member of:
Samaritans digital forum; Mental Well Being in Higher Education forum; Alliance of Student Led Well-Being.
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Nightline Association works closely with other charities and groups tackling similar issues including: Samaritans; James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Trust Fund; Charlie Waller Memorial Trust; Matthew Elvidge Trust; The Student Room; and Student Minds.

Nightline Association is very grateful for the generous grants received from charitable trusts and foundations including Comic Relief, The Matthew Elvidge Trust, The James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund and The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. Grants from these organisations have been re-invested in the essential training and development of Nightline volunteers.

“We are delighted to support Nightline, which provides such invaluable support for students at a time when they are experiencing so much change in their lives. So many issues can lead to anxiety and depression, which affect an increasing number of students……and Nightline student volunteers are there throughout the night to listen and help. We would love to see Nightline expand to every university and college in the UK!”

Hamish Elvidge, Chair – The Matthew Elvidge Trust
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