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  • Compton Families Odd Sock Day for Mental Health Awareness Week

    Compton Families Odd Sock Day for Mental Health Awareness Week PIPS Hope and Support thank the Compton family for their support in memory of their beloved son and brother, Andrew. Stephen and Coleen Compton & family received donations from family and friends and raised an incredible £1,155.00 on odd sock day which all helps the charity to continue providing fundamental crisis and suicide bereavement support services to individuals and communities.   Thank you to Stephen, Coleen, Chloe, Amy, Daniel and their family and friends and to all th
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  • Stephen's 107 Mile Challenge for PIPS Hope and Support

    Stephen's 107 Mile Challenge for PIPS Hope and Support On 27th March, Armagh man Stephen Campbell, was to run a total of 107 mile from Belfast to Dublin. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19, all had to be cancelled with the new date being rescheduled to 2021.  Stephen had beforehand raised money for PIPS Hope and Support and the Southern Area Hospice, so still was looking at ways to be able to complete his challenge.  Training equally as hard ever since, Stephen has been given the green light to run around Loughall Park, Armagh in continuo
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  • Councillor’s StepUpForCharity raises thousands for PIPS Hope & Support

    Councillor’s StepUpForCharity raises thousands for PIPS Hope & Support Councillor’s StepUpForCharity raises thousands for PIPS Hope & Support and Southern Area Hospice On Friday 01st May, Cllr Roisin Mulgrew and Newry Pool League's Pat Brady presented funds raised to PIPS Hope and Support for £4,299.00 and Southern Area Hospice for £5,799.00 Over the Easter period, Cllr Roisin Mulgrew unquestionably hosted an initiative to raise fundamental funds. Families across the area were encouraged to take part in a 5-minute step challenge from the
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  • Lesa's 50th Donations for Suicide Prevention & Awareness

    Lesa's 50th Donations for Suicide Prevention & Awareness Newry woman, Lesa Rooney recently turned the fabulous age of 50. Unfortunately, due to the current pandemic, Lesa was unable to celebrate how she would have liked. Instead, Lesa decided to host a birthday fundraiser to raise funds for PIPS Hope and Support. Pictured on May 12th, Lesa presented fundraising coordinator Padraig with the proceeds totaling a fantastic £870.00 The monies was raised by family and friends donating to Lesa's JustGiving page and leaving a birthday wish for Le
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  • McNulty Brothers 300K for Suicide Prevention

    McNulty Brothers 300K for Suicide Prevention Good luck and thank you to Gerard McAnulty and his 2 brothers Conor and Barry McAnulty for their 300K Challenge to raise awareness and fundamental funds for PIPS Hope and Support. Today, the 3 brothers will take on a 300K punch in, punch out challenge, whilst kitted out in their karate gear. The lads have set themselves a target of £2,500.00 and have since achieved this, but they want to raise as much as they can for PIPS Hope and Support. If you can, please donate and show them your su
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  • Burren Christmas 2018 Fundraising Event Donation to PIPS Hope and Support

    Burren Christmas 2018 Fundraising Event Donation to PIPS Hope and Support On 29th December 2018, Local Burren family, Michael & Nuala Magill hosted a Christmas fundraising event in Burren GAA Clubrooms to bring the community together for a night of entertainment with the proceeds going to local Suicide Prevention Charity, PIPS Hope and Support. The night included music by Soul Town Groove and raised £300 for the charity. PIPS Hope and Support's Fundraising Coordinator, Padraig Harte, thanked Michael Magill for the support and donation to the services of
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  • Terex Globals Boost to Suicide Prevention Services

    Terex Globals Boost to Suicide Prevention Services Local business gives big boost to suicide prevention services. A Craigavon business’ push to generate funds for suicide prevention and awareness pays off after their year-long charity endeavour comes to an end. Employees from Terex Global Business Services in Silverwood Business Park have spent the last year focusing on raising as much as possible for PIPS Hope and Support, a charity that provides vital mental health services to residents across the wider community. On Monday 24th Febru
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  • Coronavirus - How to Prioritise Your Mental Health

    Coronavirus - How to Prioritise Your Mental Health Coronavirus - How to prioritise your mental health PIPS Hope & Support continues to provide immediate therapy to anyone in our community who is experiencing Suicidal thoughts, high levels of anxiety, poor mental health or bereaved through suicide. The following forms of counselling we provide are: - Online Video Counselling ZOOM - Telephone counselling We are also continuing to provide our youth and children’s service via the online Video service Zoom This service is available to
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  • Sacred Heart Grammar School are B+

    Sacred Heart Grammar School are B+ WELL DONE AND THANK YOU YEAR 10 PIPS Hope and Support are happy to say our B+ positive training was very well received by all the Year 10 students at Sacred Heart Grammar School. Head of Year 10 Mrs Karen McMahon, from behalf of the school, kindly presented to our training facilitators Ann Marie and Martin, a donation towards all the services our organisation provides. So what exactly is the B+ Positive training? Our Training Officer Ann Marie explains, “This particular mental health
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  • SHSCT Dieticians Play their Part

    SHSCT Dieticians Play their Part A SELFLESS ACT PIPS Hope and Support thank Nutritional Supplement Organisation ‘AYMES’ and the Dieticians from the Southern Health and Social Care Trust for their generous donation. The dieticians selected PIPS Hope and Support to be the beneficiary of a £1000.00 donation from AYMES in their name. PIPS Hope and Support are appreciative and grateful of the support from the dieticians and we send best wishes to all involved. Lovely to meet with you all.
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