A great way to raise money and catch up with friends, family and/or colleagues.More Details
If you love baking, you can put your skills twice as far - sharing yummy treats while also raising much needed funds for Aware.More Details
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and thank you for considering supporting Aware as part of your big day!More Details
We accept and sell good-quality and clean ladies’, men’s, and children’s clothing as well as household goodsMore Details
Challenge yourself or a friend or loved one to Switch Off for Aware.More Details
Perhaps your choir would like to organise a concert or musical event at any time through the year, to promote mental well-being in your local community to support Aware.More Details
Consider some of the fun ways you can raise funds for Aware. We would love to hear from you.More Details
If you have made a donation €250 or more in one calendar year, you can help Aware to claim tax relief on your donation.More Details
Skydive for Aware with Skydive Ireland. Face your fear while raising funds.More Details
Join a fully supported trek for Aware to: Kilimanjaro, Machu Picchu or Everest Base Camp.More Details
Are you considering leaving a gift to Aware in your will? Any gift, no matter the size, can have an impact.More Details
Being a charity partner with Aware is a mutually beneficial experience. First and foremost, by chosing Aware as your charity partner you are supporting our vision to break down stigma surrounding mental ill health. You are saying both to your teams, and to the wider community, that's it's ok to talk about mental health. We will engage with you and your colleagues, provide workplace wellness programmes and support fun and vaired fundraising activities. Ultimately, together we will have the opportunity to change more lives, both within your workplace community and among those who reach out to Aware for assistance.
Available Monday to Sunday from 10am - 10pm.More Information
Aware Support & Self Care Groups offer a unique opportunity to talk openly about depression or bipolar disorder and its impact.More information
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