Duchess Catherine and Prince William attended the Shout Crisis Volunteer celebration event on Tuesday. The 24/7 text message support service was launched by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May 2019. During yesterday's celebration, William and Kate got to meet some of the service's 1500 volunteers as well as learn about the impact of the helpline so far.

The impact of 'Shout' so far

According to Hello Magazine, "75% of people who contact Shout are under 25, and that the most frequent subjects raised in those conversations are suicide (37%), depression (36%), relationships (29%), anxiety (31%), isolation (19%) and self-harm (17%)." 'Shout' was researched and developed by The Royal Foundation as a legacy of the Heads Together Campaign. The Fab Four launched this project together with a 3 million pound investment.


The celebration event brought people from across the United Kingdom together who volunteer 24 hours, 7 days a week with 'Shout'. We are so happy that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could attend such a wonderful event and we are incredibly grateful for the ongoing support for mental health and 'Shout' by William, Kate, Harry and Meghan. 

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