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  • St.Joseph's High School Visits PIPS Hope and Support Office

    St.Joseph's High School Visits PIPS Hope and Support Office Thank you to the pupils from St Joseph’s High School in Newry who visited our offices on March 9th to learn about the work and services the charity provides. The students had the opportunity to see first hand the day-to-day delivery of the service and meet members of the team. The boys also participated in a mental health awareness workshop on the day as well. Well done to the students and keep up the fantastic progress. 
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  • Students Business Venture Donates to Suicide Prevention

    Students Business Venture Donates to Suicide Prevention WELL DONE AND THANK YOU! PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to be invited along by the participants of Cedar Foundation / Clanrye Group for their Business Venture Celebration Event. The participants held a business venture and from the sales were able to donate £200.00 to PIPS Hope and Support, as selected by them. PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to be able to present each of the students with a 'certificate of recognition' for their support. Best wishes to all the parti
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  • IODs Donation to Mental Health Charities

    IODs Donation to Mental Health Charities THANK YOU TO EVERYONE AT THE IOD PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to be invited along to Foyle Search & Rescue in Derry/Londonderry on Friday 28th February as one of the beneficiary charities to share an incredible award of £16,950! The partnership between the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland and Institute of Directors together has allowed them to support five mental health charities. PIPS Hope and Support wish to thank all at the IOD and CFNI for their donation and en
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  • Slieve Donard Trek - February 2020

    Slieve Donard Trek - February 2020 IT'S COOL AT THE TOP So much enthusiasm and cheer from everyone who took part in our Slieve Donard fundraising trek on Sunday 23rd February 2020. The mountain showed us all its best sides and the view was outstanding even if it was a little crisp! A heartfelt thank you to all the participants who came along to raise funds. The Mid - Ulster Mountaineers made sure everyone was safe and had a happy hike so a massive big thank you to them also! Enjoy the photos and be sure to keep an eye on
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  • Valentines Raffle Raises Awareness and Funds for Suicide Prevention

    Valentines Raffle Raises Awareness and Funds for Suicide Prevention WELL DONE ELLEN   Throughout January and February 2020,  PIPS Hope and Support delivered a Valentines Raffle and sold entries to the raffle throughout the region.   Thank You to everyone who entered. The draw took place on February 13th and was won by Ms Ellen Breenan (pictured).   PIPS Hope and Support also wish to thank the many local businesses who supported this particular fundraiser with their donations; Bennetts Jewellers, Envy Beauty Newry Flagstaff Lodge Newry
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  • In Memory of Francis McCusker

    In Memory of Francis McCusker On Sunday 9th February, PIPS Hope and Support were invited to Madden Social Club, Armagh to meet with the McCusker family. The McCusker family and friends presented PIPS Hope and Support with a donation of £770.00 and 500.00 to provide crisis counselling and support to individuals and communities across our remit area in memory of their brother and friend, Francie McCusker. The McCusker would like to thank each individual for the support they have received and for their donations in Fran
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  • Clodagh's Quiz Raises £1,200 for Suicide Prevention and Awareness

    WELL DONE AND THANK YOU CLODAGH On Friday 7th February, PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to welcome Clodagh Mullan and son James to the PIPS Office. Clodagh recently held a pub quiz and raffle for our charity and raised a magnificent £1.208.00 which was presented to us for the services we provide. Clodagh would like to thank all those who attended on the night and/or donated prizes. Clodagh’s thanks in particular to the Orchard Bar, Kieran Byrne and Joe Lennon. PIPS Hope and
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  • St. Mary's Students Fundraise for PIPS Hope and Support

    St. Mary's Students Fundraise for PIPS Hope and Support WELL DONE AND THANK YOU to the 4th year students from St Mary's High School for their donation of £100.00 to PIPS Hope and Support which they presented to Fundraising Coordinator Padraig Harte on Thursday 6th February 2020. The donation was raised by the pupils who participate in the Prince's Trust XL Programme through a recent bun sale. Well done ladies and thank you for choosing PIPS Hope and Support as your beneficiary charity.
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  • In Memory of Baby Conleth

    In Memory of Baby Conleth On Friday 27th December, the Courtney Family from Newry hosted a Charity Gaelic and Hurling match at Pairc Esler to raise awareness and funds for local suicide prevention charity PIPS Hope and Support and UNIQUE (Understanding Chromosome & Gene Disorders) in memory of their son, Baby Conleth Courtney. Players from the Shamrocks Senior Gaelic team and Hurling team participated in the fundraiser that seen each half been played between Gaelic and Hurling. Following on from this, the Courtney fa
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  • NIE Networks undertake Risilience Training

    NIE Networks undertake Risilience Training RESILIENCE TRAINING FOR OVER 2,000 STAFF Our dynamic training team (Ann Marie and Martin) at PIPS Hope and Support were recently charged with delivering a mammoth training initiative for a leading NI business, who daily, have to keep 860,00 customers happy. Over the course of 10 days in January, 2,000 staff and management from NIE Networks received ‘Resilience in the Workplace Training’ at Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim. The successful delivery of our course highlights how PIPS Hope and S
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