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  • McAnulty Brothers Punch In, Punch Out Raises Thousands for Suicide Prevention

    McAnulty Brothers Punch In, Punch Out Raises Thousands for Suicide Prevention The McAnulty brothers from Castlewellan, who completed a short initiative to generate funds for suicide prevention and awareness pays off after their punch in, punch out initiative reaches it's target within a short space of time. Gerard, Conor & Barry McAnulty (Kazuko Karate) decided to host a 300k challenge within a number of days whilst kittle in their karate attire to raise awareness and funds for mental health. On May 11th, the brothers set off on their challenge with little to no
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  • Taxi Jo's Half Marathon & Raffle for Suicide Prevention

    Taxi Jo's Half Marathon & Raffle for Suicide Prevention Newry man, Gino Lynch, well known for playing the comedy character Taxi Jo along with fellow performer, Hugh Feenan, recently completed a half marathon to raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention. On June 7th, Gino (Taxi Jo) and Hugh Feenan took on a social distanced half marathon to raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention within the Newry area in return for donations to their Just Giving page .  Following on from this, the pair organised an online raffle with a number of
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  • PIPS Hope and support wins £1,000 Movement for Good award

    PIPS Hope and support wins £1,000 Movement for Good award PIPS Hope and Support has won a £1,000 Movement for Good award thanks to nominations from the public. PIPS Hope and Support is one of 500 winners in specialist insurer Ecclesiastical's Movement for Good awards, which is giving £1million to charities this summer. The award will allow PIPS Hope and Support to continue delivering immediate therapy to anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts, high levels of anxiety, poor mental health or bereaved by suicide Members of the public we
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  • Lisa's 5K a Day in May

    Lisa's 5K a Day in May PIPS Hope and Support's longterm volunteer, Lisa Harte was busy in May, taking on a challenge of 5K a day to raise funds and awareness for PIPS Hope and Support. Lisa decided to take on the challenge and support the charity in these unprecedented times and took to the roads completing 5k a day raising a triumphant £320.00 for suicide prevention and awareness.  The donations were received from Lisa's family and friends.  Pictured on Friday 5th June, Lisa presented PIPS H
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  • Pearse Og GFC 5K For PIPS & SAHS

    Pearse Og GFC 5K For PIPS & SAHS PIPS Hope and Support are delighted to have the support from Pearse Óg Armagh Gfc who have started a 5K challenge today until June 15th to raise awareness and funds for our charity and our friends at Southern Area Hospice. The club are asking members, friends and collective Na Piarsaigh Óga family to join them by walking, running or cycling either individually or as a family group whilst wearing the club Jersey. PIPS Hope and Support thank all at Pearse Og and we look forward to
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  • P&E Fitness's Physical Boost for Suicide Prevention

    P&E Fitness's Physical Boost for Suicide Prevention P&E Fitness hosted a series of online fitness classes raising funds for PIPS Hope and Support.  Headed up by Erin and Pauline, the ladies hosted weekly classes to boost physical activity and emotional support to neighbors and clients of P&E Fitness.  The girls gave their free time and asked for small donations in return to support suicide prevention and awareness.  On May 29th, Pauline and Erin presented PIPS Hope and Support with the proceeds of an incredible £486.
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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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