In the UK, more than

9 million

people say that they often or always feel lonely. Social isolation and loneliness do not discriminate on age, gender or across borders.

source: British Red Cross, 2016 Eurostat, 2017

We create tailored communication tools to put an end to loneliness

Social isolation and loneliness strike the most vulnerable groups in society hardest. Two of the most exposed groups are those over the age of 80 years and children and young adults with long-term illness.

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Social isolation and loneliness have a serious impact on our physical and mental health:

increased risk of having a stroke.
Source: Valtorta et al., 2016
increased risk of heart disease.
Source: Valtorta et al., 2016
increased risk of early mortality.
Source: Holt-Lunstad et al., 2015
We bring people together