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Support Mental Health Ireland

There are many ways you can support Mental Health Ireland. We would be delighted to hear from you if you have any ideas for a fundraiser, if you are interested in volunteering, would like to set up and event in aid of Mental Health Ireland of if you’d like to make a donation.

By supporting Mental Health Ireland you could give someone hope and let them know they are not alone. With your help we can be there for everyone that needs us.

You’ll also find all our current news and blog posts in this section. If you are interested in sharing your story with us we would be delighted to hear from you. You may have written a blog or make a video or podcast already and we would be really interested to see it.

Become Part of The Solution, Volunteer, Donate, Set Up An Event or Local Association, Attend one of our Events, Fund raise.

Become Part of The Solution, Volunteer, Donate, Set Up An Event or Local Association, Attend one of our Events, Fund raise.

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Your mental health is an essential part of your overall wellbeing – being comfortable, healthy and happy.

Mental health is more than the absence of mental ill health, but is something that everybody experiences over their lifetime. The World Health Organisation defines mental health as a “state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.”

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To Support us Please Donate by Cheque, Paypal or Text ‘MHI’ to 50300 to Donate €4.

Your support enables us to continue our work in mental health promotion on a national and local level, to support youth projects around the country and to provide training bursaries for those in need.

News & Events

5th December 2023

The Five Love Languages at Christmas

Christmas is the time of year when our expectations of family, love and festive magic become a potent mix of anticipation; excitement and fear. Idealised images and our vision of…
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5th December 2023

How Having a Routine Is Your Secret Superpower During the Festive Season

By Marie Duffy, PR and Communications Officer Navigating the festive season, whether you're immersed in Christmas celebrations or not, often means a break from the usual grind of everyday life.…
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5th December 2023

6 Tips On Managing Stress and Anxiety During the Festive Season

By Finola Colgan, Development Officer, Mental Health Ireland The festive season can offer many moments of joy and happiness; however, it can also be fraught with tension, stress, and anxiety.…