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Get everyone together and have a Brew Monday any Monday, or a day that’s good for you.
The third Monday in January, thought to be “Blue Monday”, is being turned into Brew Monday to encourage everyone to reach out to people.
There’s always time for a cuppa and a catch-up. It doesn’t matter if it’s Monday morning or Saturday night, or if you’re drinking green tea, black coffee or orange juice. It doesn’t matter if you catch up in person, virtually or over the phone. If you’re sharing a cuppa and listening, then you’re doing it right.
Have your own Brew Monday
Brew Monday at work
Having a cuppa and a cake with your colleagues (virtually or not) can be a great way to start the week as well as a great opportunity to get to know each other better.
Brew Monday at home
Brew Monday can be a good excuse to reach out to friends, family or neighbours for a really good chat.
How to be a good listener
Once someone starts to share how they’re feeling, it’s important to listen. This could mean not offering advice, not trying to identify what they’re going through with your own experiences and not trying to solve their problems.
Every donation can bring warmth to someone at their toughest time
Get everyone together for a cuppa (in person or virtually) and raise money for Central London Samaritans so someone having a tough time has somewhere to turn when they need to talk.
Download our Brew Monday resources:
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