Community Health Displays
Do you want to raise awareness into the effects of drugs, alcohol, tobacco and gambling with your employees, students or members of your community? Our Community Health Displays may be the answer!
“Thanks for your recent displays on World No Tobacco Day and Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). We have had a number of positive comments about White Ribbon displays, especially as they had raised customers’ awareness of the subjects. I am sure future displays will also be positively received!”
Our display boards are completely free
All of our boards are available to loan free of charge! The purpose is to empower people with the knowledge to make decisions about their wellbeing and lifestyle. We achieve this by presenting the boards in a non-judgemental way, giving factual information only.
Our attractive and lightweight display boards can be set up in a central location for passers-by to absorb the information in an informal way. We can also provide a selection of leaflets that can be taken away.
Our campaigns change
Throughout the year we focus on different national or international health campaigns related to drugs, alcohol, tobacco and gambling. Some popular past campaigns include: Dry January, No Smoking Day, Road Safety Week, Stoptober and Alcohol Awareness Week. You can view our Campaign Calendar here.
Our displays can be delivered nationally
If you are based in the West Midlands area we can deliver a ready-made board to you. If you are outside of this area we can send you a free A3 poster with the same information we use on our displays.
Community Health Information
- Free to loan and free delivery within the West Midlands
- Extended loan periods can be agreed to suit your campaign
“I would like to thank you with regards to the recent displays you have provided at the library. They were all of interest to our customers and many people picked up leaflets from your attractive stands.
We have been working hard in the local community with events to raise awareness of issues to do with health and keeping well, especially as Hobs Moat Library is within a ward of high unemployment and benefit claimants.
Our health trainers have also been impressed with the displays, which help to support the work they do within the local community.”