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.
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
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
WELL DONE LADS!! PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to welcome Jake Gorman to the Mill Street office on January 30th 2020, with a donation to suicide prevention services. Jake and Dylan Little organised a Charity Football Match were 26 enthusiastic players took to the pitch on Sunday 26th January in St Oliver's, Drogheda raising a fantastic €646.12 and £50.00 Jake and Dylan would like to thank all those who played on the day and to all those who supported their fundraiser in
WOW!! THANK YOU On Christmas Eve 2019, Sean and Brian Farrell, supported by many of their family members, friends and neighbours and despite the conditions on the day, raised an amazing £6644.50. The funds will go directly towards supporting PIPS Hope and Support and the vital crisis, self-harm, trauma and bereavement counselling and support services we provide. Well established now as an annual event, the combined total collected over the 7 years has amounted to £35,708.21 Sean
THANK YOU TO ALL INVOLVED PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to welcome Kevin Murtagh to the PIPS office on January 16th 2020. Kevin and members of the Class of 1981, held a reunion night and raised funds for PIPS Hope and Support and another worthwhile charity. Pictured on January 16th 2020, is our friend Kevin presenting the proceeds of £180.00. PIPS Hope and Support thank Kevin and all the class of 1981 for their donation towards the vital services we provide to ind
THANK YOU STATSposrts PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to be presented with a donation from local sporting company STATSports on January 10th 2020. STATSports is the world-leading provider of GPS player tracking and analysis equipment with offices in Ireland, London, Chicago and Florida. The STATSports APEX/Viper System is a customer driven platform. The unique, user-friendly interface was designed and shaped alongside some of the world’s top strength coaches, medics and sports coach
WELL DONE AND THANK YOU PIPS Hope and Support were delighted to welcome Ruth Allen and Stella McLoughlin from the Southern Health & Social Care Trust’s, Promoting Well-being Team to the Mill Street office. On January 6th, the ladies presented PIPS with a donation of £423.56 & €3.00 from their recent fundraising initiative before Christmas which will be distributed with PIPS Upper Bann as the Southern Health & Social Care Trusts Charity Partners. PIPS Hope and Supp