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September 2022

Trek the Dolomites

September 3 - September 10

Join Cycle Against Suicide on a visually stunning and physical exhilarating trek of the Dolomites, and help raise funds for our evidence based school's programme. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Dolomites are located in north east Italy. You will revel in 5 days of trekking/walking/Cycling among the golden peaks on a fantastic network of trails through undulating alpine pastures, through some of the most jaw dropping and breath taking scenery in the incredible Italian Alps. This adventure also allows…

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Cork Spin Off – 3rd September

September 3

Cork Spinoff -3rd September 2022. After a number of ‘Virtual’ versions in recent years, Cycle Against Suicide’s ‘Spinoff’ events are back!    This year’s Cork event will take place on Saturday September 3rd 2022.    Many of us have faced a challenging couple of years, with the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affecting our mental health. Cycle Against Suicide is committed to supporting people in their local communities across Ireland.   The aim of our community ‘Spinoff’ cycles is to bring together people across the length and breadth…

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Coast to Coast (Dublin to Galway) 

September 10

 World Suicide Prevention Day September 10th 2022  Coast to Coast (Dublin to Galway)  On September 10th every year, millions of people around the world come together to mark World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD). Cycle Against Suicide joins this global community as we host our Coast to Coast (Dublin to Galway) cycling event to mark this important day, 10th & 11th September 2022. This is an opportunity to get involved with an event that really matters. For healing and recovery for those impacted by suicide; for the…

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N2 Challenge in Portugal

September 30 - October 7

Photo: Faro - Largo da Sé © Arquivo Turismo de Portugal Suicide is complex and leaves lasting harmful effects on individuals, families and communities. Ireland ranked 61st  in the world for suicide at 9.6 per 100,000 people in 2021 based on data released by the European Commission.  The Health at a Glance Report, also published by the European Commission, stated that Ireland has one of the highest rates of mental health illness in Europe, ranking 3rd  out of 36 countries last…

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