Thank you for showing your interest in the app I’m developing. It’s so very close to my heart. Do you think you could help us a little?

We’d like to ask if you’d like to take part with me in collaborating a few stories about your experience with mental health, how it’s impacted your life and how something like the OKButton could benefit you, you’re loved ones and friends?

We’re seeking up to 500 words (but more is absolutely welcome!) on the above. We intend to put together a page on the site sharing these stories and send them out via social media etc. Of course, you may want to omit personal details, and you are welcome to ask to have it published anonymously.

We firmly believe that reading about other peoples experiences and how they’ve overcome adversity in their lives dramatically benefits others currently struggling. The “why” – as to why am we’re building the OKButton app – is clear to us as it’s something we know we would have genuinely benefited from in our lives.

If you’d like to share a story or two, please let us know. Please email us to start the conversation.

If you have any questions or would like to chat about what we’re am building, please do not hesitate to ask.

Remember, if things get too much – there is help out there;

Mind InfoLine: 0300 123 3393
Samaritans Helpline: 116 123
NHS First Response Service: 111 Option 2

Photo by Wilhelm Gunkel on Unsplash
Can you help us? 🚀We're 19% of our way through funding V1.0!

What does it take to get an app out there? Time, effort and money? OKButton is a project of passion, and we need your help to make it happen



Jackson created the OKButton, drawing from his experience with mental health and trying to keep in touch with those who cared for him.