One Life Lost Is Enough. We are a charity devoted to stopping teenagers and young people from taking their own lives.

In 2016, three parents who had all lost their teenage sons to suicide, vowed to do all they could to prevent other families suffering similar tragedies. And so The OLLIE Foundation was born.

The OLLIE Foundation (One Life Lost is Enough) is a registered charity funding suicide prevention skills training for any individual or community that wants it, especially those interacting with young people, or young people themselves. This includes may be parents, students, school staff, other charity and community groups and many more. The aim of the training is to create ‘suicide safe’ communities where we create a ethos of awareness and prevention structured around alertness, intervention and recovery.

About The OLLIE Foundation
The OLLIE Foundation services booklet

Visit The OLLIE Foundation website for further information.