Skiddle makes C.A.L.M its charity of 2010 Thursday 4 February 2010 PDF Print “SKIDDLE PUTS ITS WEIGHT BEHIND THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST LIVING MISERABLY” The UK’s busiest entertainment website has chosen the Campaign Against Living Miserably (C.A.L.M) as its charity of 2010. Customers who purchase tickets from Skiddle.com for club nights, gigs and festivals can now add an amount to their final order that will be passed directly onto C.A.L.M. Skiddle.com has a close association with C.A.L.M, founding director of Skiddle Richard Dyer was involved in the original promotion of C.A.L.M in Cumbria back in 2001, Richard says “The association between Skiddle.com & C.A.L.M is a natural one as a large proportion of our customers are young men who go out most weekends and face problems in their life”, he continues “C.A.L.M offers these lads advice on how to cope which can only be a good thing, any financial help our customers offer is much appreciated” Skiddle.com works closely with major club nights and festivals across the UK so when users buy tickets for Creamfields 2010, Wickerman festival, Chibuku & Circus, Warehouse Project and Retro they can donate to C.A.L.M. Skiddle and C.A.L.M will work together in 2010 to raise the awareness of C.A.L.M. Skiddle also offers a hotel booking service through Skiddle Hotels and a restaurant booking service through Skiddle Restaurants so donations can be made here as well. Ends Further information from Jamie Scahill: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07710 856 652 / 0843 289 33 33 Note to editors: Skiddle.com is now in its 9th year of operation, and officially one of the largest and fastest growing entertainment websites in the UK. With over 207,683 events listed, 600,000 unique monthly visitors and 118,711 registered members. More information about the company can be found here (http://www.skiddle.com) C.A.L.M is a young men's mental health charity that offers help and advice to lads aged 15 - 35 via their helpline and website. There is pressure on men to deal with problems on their own. To be strong and silent. It can be hard to talk about personal things - especially with family or friends - and things that start off as little niggles can easily grow into big issues that get in the way of life. CALM’s helpline is open Saturday – Tuesday from 5pm – 12am 0800 58 58 58 / http://www.thecalmzone.net This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Skiddle in the following categories: Men's Interest, Entertainment & Arts, Health, Media & Marketing, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.