LIMERICK Suicide Watch have announced Meghann Scully as Ambassador.
Limerick Suicide Watch (LSW) are the most recent recent group to join in on the Jerusalema Dance Challenge, taking to the banks of the River Shannon to showcase their moves.
Limerick Suicide Watch would like to say a huge thank you to Frank Hogan Limerick for donating two very high spec bikes for our patrol. Bikes are a huge part of our patrol as it means we can cover more ground and assist in an intervention a lot quicker when required. A big thank you to Ron Hogan for arranging this and for his continuous support.
LIMERICK Suicide Watch was founded four years ago by a group of volunteers who undertook nighttime patrols of the banks and bridges of River Shannon in response to the high rates of suicide and suicide attempts in the city.
Stripping it Back 2021 charity calendar for Limerick Suicide Watch By Richard Lynch on November 4, 2020
Limerick lady Karen Ryan decided to do something that would help raise funds for Limerick Suicide Watch.
On Saturday, September 26, social media influencer Sinead O’Brien of Sinead’s Curvy Style took part in the Cook Medical Women’s Mini Marathon to raise money for Limerick Suicide Watch and raised over €1,200. Sinead feels very strongly about the work the Limerick Suicide does and knows how important their work is for the community of Limerick city.
Last night one of our members had the pleasure of attending The Adare Manor Golf Club Anthony Foley Memorial Charity Event dinner. Following their hugely successful day of golf we attended a dinner with captain Jim Lyons, vice captain Gabriel Cosgrave and sponsors.
Huge thanks to Nick Rabbitts from the Limerick Leader for a wonderful article on the vital role that the volunteers at Limerick Suicide Watch carry out for Limerick. Spreading Awareness is a huge part of what we do and to have the support of local businesses in doing this is what makes it all possible 🧡
Limerick Suicide Watch group need your support now more than everBy Richard Lynch on August 21, 2020
With Covid-19 we have all seen quite a change in the way our lives work now. However, organisations like Limerick Suicide Watch group have been hit hard by the pandemic as they depend on fundraisers and donations from the public to raise money and awareness for their cause.
THE ANNUAL COOK MEDICAL WOMENS MINI MARATHON IS GOING VIRTUAL
WATCH: SUP Social members dedicate a midnight paddle of the River Shannon to the Limerick Suicide Watch
On Saturday, July 11, Limerick Stand Up Paddle Boarders Alan Kavanagh and Jason Roche took part in a midnight paddle of Limerick City’s River Shannon, dedicating the experience to the volunteers of the Limerick Suicide Watch night patrol. The excursion paid tribute to the great work they do in saving the lives of Limerick citizens, while also capturing the natural beauty and stillness of the River Shannon and its views.
Shannon RFC is delighted to bring you “The No Show Charity Game” – a game that won’t take place but they would like to sell out anyway! On June 5, at 8 pm Shannon RFC hopes to break a Guinness World Record by selling out Thomond Park for a fictitious game featuring the “Best Limerick XV” vs the “Best Irish XV”.
Limerick Suicide Watch would like to thank the Limerick Post Newspaper for posting this wonderful article written by journalist @David Raleigh.
February has been a wretched month with almost incessant rain – nights being as bad as days. In such inclement conditions, there’s considerable satisfaction in retiring indoors and enjoying the warmth of our homes.
Shannon, Ireland, 2020-Mar-05 — /Travel PR News/ — Shannon Group staff have boosted two charities doing invaluable work across the region with a €100,000 donation made this week from its chosen charity programme.
Metis Music for Mental Health 2020 returns to Dolans this January for the third time running
A new AED has been added to St. Michael’s Rowing Club for use by Limerick Suicide Watch and the People of LimerickBy Richard Lynch on December 10, 2019
A new AED has been added to St. Michael’s Rowing Club for use by Limerick Suicide Watch and the People of Limerick
Limerick Suicide Watch develop a new app to help save lives
A TEAM that patrols the River Shannon to help people in their darkest hours wants to highlight the fact that there is help out there for people suffering with their mental health.
In an attempt to raise €20,000 for their charity programme, Shannon Group staff will be cycling 787km across three days in September.
Limerick Suicide Watch develop a new app to help save lives. By Richard Lynch. Www.ilovelimerick.com
Limerick Suicide Watch New App: Limerick Suicide Watch has launched a new app designed to help those in distress, with just the click of a button.
LIMERICK music collective WaGwan have assembled a talented line up for a night in support of Limerick Suicide Watch.