For tomorrow's game against York City, Latics will be partnering with If U Care Share.
The charity aims to prevent suicide, and supports those who have been impacted by suicide.
Latics players will take to the field for the warm-up in If U Care Share's branded t-shirts before the game to support the brilliant initiative.
If U Care Share is an organisation which provides support to help save lives, assist communities and prevent suicide.
They provide a range of services fundamental to three main aims of prevention, intervention and supporting those bereaved by suicide.
Their team reaches some of the most vulnerable people in our society to support them at a time of need.
They also believe that educating future generations is key to changing cultures, offering workshops to primary, secondary and educational establishments, as well as training based around themes of mental health and suicide prevention to professionals.
The charity was founded after 19-year-old Daniel O’Hare took his own life without any warning. He had no previous history of mental health problems nor had he shown any outward signs of his intentions.
The family started selling wristbands at football clubs featuring the message if u care share and raised over £50,000 for mental health charities.
In 2011, they became a registered charity with three main aims: Prevention, intervention & support of those bereaved by suicide.