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Pieta House, has launched a new initiative, 'FeelGood Week', aiming to bring people together to remind themselves of how good they can feel and raise vital funds.
Pieta House’s flagship fundraising awareness event Darkness into Light celebrates its 10th year this May in more than 150 venues in Ireland and across the world.
Lyons Tea is to again partner with Pieta House, aiming to raise awareness and much-needed funds for the charity and the vital services it offers free of charge.
Now in its ninth year, Darkness Into Light (DIL), supported by Electric Ireland, started in the early hours of Saturday with thousands of people walking or running a 5km route while dawn was breaking.
Renault Ireland recently handed over the key card to a new 171 Renault Mégane grand coupé to Pieta House.
Ireland West Airport staff were delighted last week to present a cheque for €30,550 to the airport's three nominated charities for 2016 — Cancer Care West, MS Ireland, and Pieta House. In late 2015, in an initiative by the airport, Ireland West Airport staff voted to select three Irish charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016.
Ireland West Airport staff were delighted last week to present a cheque for €30,550 to the airport’s three nominated charities for 2016 - Cancer Care West, MS Ireland and Pieta House . In late 2015, in a new initiative by the airport, Ireland West Airport staff voted to select three Irish charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016.
Pieta House, the charity that offers free counselling to people experiencing suicidal ideation, those who engage in self-harm, and those who have been bereaved by suicide, is teaming up with Pint Aid in a worthwhile fundraising campaign this December.
This Sunday, Pieta House will host “Misneach - Nourishing Hope” in Galway. Coinciding with four similar events in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Tralee, the reflective events take place on the cusp between the months of November (traditionally a month of remembrance, honour and reflection) and December (traditionally a month of hope, joy and celebration) – to create a space and time for people to honour and celebrate lives present and lives passed and to move into December and the Christmas season with hope and celebration.