Our charity was set up in 2017 in memory of Jonathan McCartney who tragically took his own life that year.
We aim to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues and to empower people to speak up and reach out for help when they need it. We work closely with organisations to raise awareness and support them to develop better mental health and wellbeing practices in the workplace.
Do get in touch if you have any questions or feedback, and thank you for your interest. Together we can make a difference…
In our first blog of 2024, we are delighted to share with you all that the work of Jonathan’s Voice has been recognized by Managing IP. (Intellectual Property) The charity has been included in their list of the “50 most influential people in IP in 2023” in the Notable Individuals Category.