Exits and Entrances: Hello me, it's you

The mental health charity is one of this month's new organisations added to the Charity Commission's register

When it comes to naming your new charity, there's a number of approaches. Some like to play things straight, some try to be a bit more creative and others come up with names that are simply baffling. It's fair to say that Hello Me, It's You, which is among recent additions to the Charity Commission's register, is in the third camp. Turns out it supports teenagers with mental health problems, in case you were wondering.

Among other new entrants, the arts and education charity Goblin in Schools isn't too far behind in the confusing stakes and Connect for Life sounds more like a dating service than a charity for older people.

And a warm welcome to the pig rescue charity Curly Tails, the multiple sclerosis support charity Mustard Soup and the breastfeeding charity Lactation Motivation.

Departing from the register are Starthere, which must have finished there, Embrace for Life, which failed to last quite that long, and Chance to Grow, which presumably stopped doing so.

There was also a sticky end for Lickey End Playgroup, and the safer motorcycling charity Full Throttle UK has sped off into the sunset.

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