What We Do
Men's Mental Health Group
Safe place for all Men
We provide a much needed service here in Luton for all men aged 18+, supporting men with a variety of mental health issues.
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Creating role models
We believe volunteering is a great way to improve not just your mental health, but also it gets people back involved with their local communities. Fostering a strong focus on becoming a role model for the next generation.
Introducing Luton's Deadpool, a true hometown hero with a heart as big as his sense of humor. Born and bred in the vibrant town of Luton, he has become a beloved figure for his tireless efforts in the community, leaving an indelible mark as a fundraiser, entertainer, and advocate for important causes.
Luton's Deadpool has made a significant impact on the lives of many through his dedicated work with Keech Hospice Care, where he channels his boundless energy into fundraising initiatives. His commitment extends further as a devoted volunteer at the Luton Foodbank and various soup kitchens, tirelessly working to alleviate hunger in the community.
As an entertainer, Luton's Deadpool is a familiar face at major town events, bringing joy and laughter to crowds at Diwali in Luton, the St. Patrick's Day Parade, Luton Carnival, and East Fest. His charismatic presence has earned him a spotlight on prominent platforms, including BBC News, local radio stations, and Luton Today, where his contributions to the community have been celebrated.
In 2021, Luton's Deadpool and his dynamic group, the Visiting Superheroes, received the prestigious Love Luton Award, recognizing their exceptional efforts during the challenging times of the pandemic. Originating in the first lockdown of 2020, this superhero ensemble ran through town, raising funds for the Bedfordshire Hospital Charity and capturing the hearts of the community.
The accolades continued to pour in as Luton's Deadpool claimed victory at the Community Interest Awards in 2022, earning the title of Best Fundraiser. Additionally, his outstanding participation in the St. Patrick's Day Parade earned him the esteemed Best Single Entry award.
Never one to rest on his laurels, Luton's Deadpool has embarked on a new mission. In response to the pressing issue of male suicide, he has established the CIC X-4RCE, a men's mental health peer-to-peer support group. This initiative focuses on fostering a supportive community, offering assistance, and providing valuable resources for those in need. With a sincere commitment to reducing male suicide rates, Luton's Deadpool continues to use his platform to make a positive impact on the mental well-being of his fellow residents.
Luton's Deadpool is not just a fictional character from the pages of a comic book; he is a real-life superhero, using his powers for good in the heart of Luton.
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