The Benevolent

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Hospitality Ulster is proud to work with the Benevolent- the trade charity for people who are currently working, or have worked, in the UK drinks industry in any role and in any trade sector.

The Benevolent is the only charity that supports employees, or former employees, from every area of the UK drinks industry providing practical, emotional and financial help. The charity supports our colleagues facing a variety of difficult circumstances, including serious illness, disability, issues with stress or depression, with debt or any family crisis such as a seriously ill partner or child.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE #NOTALONE CAMPAIGN

#NotAlone aims to encourage members of the Trade to speak freely about mental health issues within the workplace, creating a stigma-free environment, reminding both employers and employees that The Benevolent is here with professionals at hand who can help you.

 

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