Conor & Ruairi's Rhode to Westport 200km Cycle

Do you want to join us in making a difference? We are raising money in aid of Jigsaw, National Centre For Youth Mental Health Limited and every donation will help. Thank you in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to us.
This past year has been challenging for everyone. However, it has been especially difficult for the Morris family, people in the Rhode community, and me and my brother Ruairi. In late May 2021, due to mental health problems, our beloved friend Dean ended his life. Dean’s tragic and untimely death left a void in our lives, in the lives of his many friends, and in the lives of his broken-hearted parents and siblings. To commemorate Dean’s life and to highlight the fact that there are times in all our lives when we need support, need a shoulder to cry on, need to talk about what is troubling us, on December 18th, Ruairi and I are cycling two hundred kilometres. The money raised will be donated to Jigsaw, a national charity whose vision is to create an Ireland ‘where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported’. We plan to complete the 200-kilometre cycle in eight hours. To participate in our fund-raising initiative and to help to keep us motivated as we ‘Cycle for Dean’, contact us to book a time slot. Please donate whatever you can to this worthwhile cause. Your donations will help prevent another family, another community, and other friends from losing a young man as unique, talented, and loving as our dear friend Dean Morris.
More information about National Centre For Youth Mental Health Limited: We are Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health. We believe a better life is possible for the hundreds and thousands of young people across Ireland facing mental health difficulties. We offer a listening ear, and give expert advice and support to young people aged twelve to twenty five. We give families, teachers, and those who support young people's mental health ways to cope, and skills to be there for young people. We make sure that youth mental health is a national, and local priority.
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Conor Mc Namee 
Rhode, County Offaly
National Centre For Youth Mental Health Limited 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically tax deductible in Ireland.