SUICIDE OR SURVIVE
Interim CEO Robert Carley is tentatively promoting his initiative for 2020. The plan is to raise €202,020.00 for Suicide or Survive.
SOS ConnectedSummer EditionJust popping in to your in-box to share some of the news and updates from SOS. Sadly, I firstly want to acknowledge the passing of John Pender, husband of our founder and CEO Caroline McGuigan, and a beautiful friend and colleague to all of...
SOS Connected Autumn Edition Hi S.S.S.O.S.S (Our Simply Sensational Suicide or Survive Supporters)Despite the recent beautiful warm spell, the lengthening evenings tell us that the autumn is knocking on our calendar’s door waiting to be invited in. Changing seasons...
At the heart of SOS’s work is their pioneering Eden programme.
IBEC AWARDS SUICIDE OR SURVIVE for their outstanding contribution to wellbeing for their Workplace Wellbeing Programmes – addressing the elephant in the room
At the recent IBEC Keep Well Awards Suicide or Survive (SOS) won the award for Outstanding Contribution to Wellbeing for their Workplace Programmes.
This spring take some time for self-care with our WRAP programme.
We have an amazing group of friends who are going to abseil from 100ft all in aid of mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
On May 25th Laura, Michelle and Conor will be doing a rock climb and finishing off with an abseil from a 100ft cliff.
An incredible group by the name of Kuehne-Nagel are hosting their annual Golf Classic again this year on May 28th in the Druids Glen. All funds raised from this fantastic event will allow us to continue delivering our much needed, innovative, life-changing programmes on mental health and suicide prevention throughout the country.
This event is characterized by fun, laughter, good spirit and incredible girl power, so what better way to challenge the stigma of mental health and help prevent suicide in Ireland. All money raised will go back into communities all around Ireland to help us continue to deliver our much needed, innovative and life-changing programmes – the numbers continue to grow every year, and we are so grateful, help us to continue to build a nationwide movement dedicated to challenging stigma associated with mental health and suicide – for more information www.suicideorsurvive.ie