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Cycle Against Suicide invites you to wash away the stresses of the past year and welcome the new year with renewed energy, vitality and joyful anticipation of what lies ahead. And while you’re at it, why not offer hope to those living under the cloud of mental health struggles?

Dip in the sea with cheer this New Year is not just a chance to ring in the New Year and the fresh start it represents, it is an opportunity to raise awareness and give encouragement to those struggling with mental illness.

Your participation will help Cycle Against Suicide raise awareness It’s OK not to feel OK; and it is absolutely OK to ask for help.’ Together, we can bring mental health issues out into the open and dismantle stigma. Our goal is to help people understand that mental illness is an illness like any other illness.  They are treatable and help is available.  By doing so you allow people to reach out for help.

 

To Register click on the button below:

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So gather near this New Year and join Cycle Against Suicide for a DIP in the sea at Sandycove for a positive start to a New Year.  (Hot drinks served)

Please note all participants will be required to sign a waiver form on the day of the event. A copy of the waiver form can be found by clicking on the link below:

Waiver Form

 

Help us fundraise.

The following tools can be used to fundraise for Cycle Against Suicide

https://www.facebook.com/pg/CycleAgainstSuicide/fundraisers/?ref=page_internal

Click ‘Raise Money;

Or at our donate page:  https://nfp.everydayhero.com/ie/cycle_against_suicide/

Or please contact us at info@cycleagainstsuicide.com should you request a sponsorship card.

 

Cycle Against Suicide are fundraising for our school’s programme One in three young people in Ireland will experience some form of mental health issue in any given year, with Ireland having the fourth highest teen suicide rate in the EU region. For the majority of individuals living with a mental health problem or mental illness, the first onset of their symptoms began when they were teenagers, and evidence shows that early intervention is critical if treatment is to have the most positive outcomes for the future life chances of affected young people.  Our school’s programme is about building resilience amongst young people.

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