Eddy described it as a life changing experience and would recommend anyone to take up the challenge.
He would also like to thank Price Point Property for their support and their kind donation of £ 4,000. The money raised by Price Point Property helped pay for Eddy’s airfare, clothing attire, food and drink, tents and guides.
Eddy hopes that this achievement will help break-down the barriers associated with men’s suicide and raise further awareness of this debilitating mental health issue.
Eddy would also like to thank all the clients who have contacted him directly as a result of seeing and his worthy cause on Price Point Property.
Price Point Property have been supporting a worthy cause that is now being recognised nationally.
Andy's Man Club, hold meetings every Monday where men can talk about their issues. Rather than offering counselling, it is a place where men can come and talk and be listened to within a group of other men who are currently suffering similar feelings or have been through a variety of mental problems.
It has long been established that discussing suicidal thoughts especially within a group of men can be a subject of ridicule. Men suffering these thoughts are told to pull their act together and ‘get on with it ‘.
Unfortunately, the founder, Luke Ambler having experienced this at first hand, after seeing his brother in law take his own life, is aware that the issue is much more complex and has now coined the moto 'it's ok to talk '.
Eddie was the very first man to walk through the doors to Andys man club. He knew Luke Ambler (the founder) through rugby and felt he had a lot to offer other men. Eddie also found that he too was helped by what others said during the groups.
Eddie, being an, integral member of Andy's Man Club and is looking for sponsorship for his trek to Mount Kilimanjaro. With the cost of the trip being £ 4,000, Eddie has further pledged that any amount raised over and above this target will go to support the weekly events, held throughout the country.
This is an incredible opportunity to get involved with and Eddie's goal is to unveil a flag, to include all those who have supported him, at the summit of Kilimanjaro.
‘It’s ok to talk’ campaign being recognised nationally and having been featured in the Daily Mail, is now being endorsed by celebrities including Ricky Gervais and Danny Cipriani.
Price Point Property will be supporting Eddie and have contributed financially in getting him to Kilimanjaro in October 2018. We will be wishing him all the luck whilst he trains hard to achieve his goal of raising awareness of such a sensitive issue.
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We will be keeping you updated on Eddie's journey.