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UCEM – New Partnership Announed!

We are delighted to have seen an increase in the amount of local businesses and organisations taking mental health seriously over the last few years.

The University College of Estate Management (UCEM) is the latest of those to commit their support to local young people’s mental health by adopting No5 as their chosen charity for the next two years!


This new partnership with UCEM will see funds raised over a two-year period to support our services, along with events to raise awareness and to support staff and student mental health and wellbeing.

About the new partnership, UCEM’s Kathy Matthews, Head of Facilities, said, “we recognise the important role that charitable organisations play in the communities where we live and work.
We are delighted to announce that staff voted for No5 to be our designated charity partner for the next two years (2023-2025).

We’re really looking forward to raising not only vital funds but awareness for No5 through a range of activities, challenges, and initiatives as well as supporting them with volunteering and mentoring opportunities.

We’ve already raised over £500 which provides 5 months of life changing confidential 1:1 counselling for a young person.


Carly Newman, No5’s Operations and Relationships Manager said: “No5 feels honoured to have been chosen by staff at UCEM as their charity partner for the next two years. To know that people living and working locally recognise what we do and choose to support the mental health of local young people is wonderful.

We are all really excited by the potential this partnership represents, and the opportunity to work alongside the UCEM team over the coming years.


We are always looking to partner with local businesses and organisations who want to raise funds to support local young people’s mental health, and support our plans to open Reading Young People’s Hub.

If you and your business would like to partner with No5, raising money to support our services whilst also getting access to resources and workshops to support staff mental health and wellbeing, get in touch with the team at

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