Matt Goss helps launch this year's 1 Million Minutes Campaign
Matt Goss sings the Elvis Presley classic ‘Are You Lonesome Tonight?’ to support our #1MillionMinutes campaign.
Pledging your time can be as little as committing 60 minutes only to 2 hours a week, or 3 hours a month. Scroll down and sign up to the opportunity you want with the charity you want to volunteer with.
1 Million Minutes is our winter campaign to help raise awareness of loneliness in the UK through volunteering. So give the gift of time this Christmas. Pledge as little as 60 minutes of your time to help someone who is lonely with our 1 Million Minutes campaign.
This year our campaign is focusing on volunteering your time to help someone who is lonely through loss. Whether it's bereavement, separation, dementia, ill health or disability, we just want to help end loneliness with your help.
GMB have teamed up with six charities who all work with people who are lonely. Alzheimer's society, Grief Encounter, The Not Forgotten, The Silver Line, Re-engage (formerly Contact the Elderly) and the Princes Trust.
All you need to do is hit our pledge button below and tell us how much time you have to commit, then scroll down and sign up to the charity you want to volunteer with.
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GMB has teamed up with six charities who all work with people who are lonely. Alzheimer's society, Grief Encounter, The Not Forgotten, The Silver Line, Re-engage (formerly Contact the Elderly) and the Princes Trust.
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