“Remember me with a smile”

On 1 June 2009, Judi Meadows tragically and suddenly took her own life following a short but intense period of depression.

The Meadows family has established the Judi Meadows Memorial Fund to help prevent other deaths by suicide.
The Fund sets out to achieve this by:

  • Raising funds
  • Promoting and carrying out research
  • Building awareness and sharing information
  • Improving policy and practice
  • Providing support to those affected by depression and their families and friends

We work in a highly collaborative manner with existing mental health charities, academics and campaigning individuals in order to increase our understanding and management of people with mental health problems and factors that heighten suicide risk.

Please get in touch with us if you would like to share your experience or you have ideas for positive change.

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  • A time for reflection for people bereaved by suicide


    On Saturday 27 February a special service of reflection and remembrance will be taking place for people bereaved by suicide. This is the second time this event will be held, and last time we were pleased that it was so well received, with many many people feeding back that they drew much comfort and courage from the words, music and silence, and from the sense of solidarity with others also bereaved. The event takes place at 10.30am at St Martins-in-the-Field in London’s Trafalgar Square. It is a free event that is open to anyone affected by suicide. If you would like to attend please email us with the number of seats you require. Free e-tickets will be issued on a first come first served basis. Download Invitation


    December 14th, 2015
  • Great South Run

    Before the run

    Very belated but many thanks to friends Rob and Pam Brown who very kindly arranged for a select band of family and friends to run in aid of JMMF at the Great South Run on 25th Oct. They raised £500 for which we are very grateful… Well done to them all.

    November 25th, 2015
  • International Men’s Day – action on male suicide


    Today, 19 November 2015, it is International Men’s Day and at 1.30pm an historic parliamentary debate will be taking place at Westminster to consider issues that have an impact on the well being of men: educational attainment, job prospects, involvement with the criminal justice system, physical and mental health health.

    November 19th, 2015
  • National Suicide Bereavement Conference

    Amy spoke as one of the key note speakers at the National Suicide Bereavement Conference in Manchester. She talked about the experience of being bereaved by suicide and the new Help is at Hand. Other panel members included: Ken Norton, Executive Director of National Alliance of Mental Illness, New Hampshire, USA;Professor Nav Kapur, Professor of Psychiatry and Head of Research at the Centre for Suicide Prevention, University of Manchester; Dr Sharon McDonnell, Centre for Mental Health and Safety, University of Manchester.

    September 26th, 2015
  • Help is at Hand

    Amy on BBC Breakfast 24.9.15

    Amy on BBC Breakfast speaking about the launch of Help is at Hand, a guide offering practical and emotional support to people bereaved. Amy also presented the guide at the Manchester Suicide Bereavement Conference.

    Get Help is at Hand

    September 25th, 2015
The Judi Meadows Memorial Fund is a restricted grant of the McPin Foundation. Charity number: 1117336
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