Over 80% of Pieta funding comes from the public. You can support our work to prevent suicide and self-harm by hosting a company event, attending an event below, organising a personal event, or getting involved with any of our initiatives such as Darkness Into Light, FeelGood with Pieta, or Pieta 100 Cycles.

Your vital support will help change lives

What your funds are doing

Counselling

Providing free suicide, self-harm, and bereavement therapy.

Pieta Centres

We have 15 Pieta Centres and 5 Outreach services to ensure needs are being met across Ireland.

SBLO Service

Suicide Bereavement Liasion Service. The SBLO can support from 48 hour after a loss through suicide.

Freephone helpline

Pieta operate a 24 hour freephone helpline with qualified counsellors.

Resilience Academy

A free six week programme for second year students.

Suicide Bereavement Therapy

For those that have been bereaved by suicide

LGBTI+ Outreach service

Service for 14-23 year olds within the LGBTI+ community

Amber Flag

Raising awareness of mental health issues and stigma for school age children.

Corporate Fundraising

There are many ways your company or employer can support Pieta such as donations, employee fundraising, employment giving scheme, match funding, sponsorship, and donating services. To discuss the various forms of corporate contributions please contact us via the below.

Register your event

Let us know how you’ll be raising funds on behalf of Pieta so we can provide you with support, letter of authority, and advice.

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Donating funds once your event is over

Find out the easiest method to transfer or lodge funds that you’ve helped raise at your event. Your work and effort goes directly to Pieta services stopping suicide and self-harm.

Lodge my funds

Find out more about fundraising for Pieta. See our FAQs page

Other Ways to Support Our Work

Commitment to Standards in Fundraising Practice

Pieta is fully committed to achieving the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising from the Irish Charities Tax Reform Group.

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