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Funding Support: 3Ts Grants

For groups and organisations working in areas of suicide, self harm & mental health

The team at 3Ts believe in collaboration and support.  We invest a portion of the funds we raise in to other agencies & organisations who work at the coalface in suicide prevention, mental health & related areas.  In some instances, we have invested funds raised back into local services within the particular community. 

Over the years, individual grants have ranged from €3,000 up to €110,000 to any one organisation in any given year.   

Parents Plus Collaboration

For 3 years from 2014-2017, the primary beneficiary of 3Ts funding was the Parents Plus Charity.  3Ts partnered with Parents Plus to roll out the Parents Plus & Working Things Out programmes for parents & teenagers.  Read more here.

Previous beneficiaries of 3Ts funding support

Since its foundation in 2003, many organisations have benefited from 3Ts funding, whether through one-off donations or annual funding support, including:

  • Aislinn Centre for Adolescent Addiction (with DAA Staff Charity of Year)
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (Ireland)
  • Aware
  • National Suicide Bereavement Support Network
  • 1Life Suicide Helpline (now ceased operation, phoneline transferred to Pieta House)
  • Collin Project (Northern Ireland)
  • Console –  Child Psychotherapy Unit & Programme Schools/Colleges (closed & liquidated 2016)
  • Co Wexford Family Resource Centres: Raheen, Taghmon, South End, South West Wexford & Gorey
  • Irish Association of Suicidology
  • IASP International Assoc. Suicide Prevention Conference Killarney August 07
  • Living Life Counselling – Co Wicklow
  • Living Links National (Volunteer Training Programme)
  • Mater Hospital Foundation
  • National Suicide Research Foundation
  • Parents Plus & Working Things Out Programmes (Mater Foundation & Parents Plus Charity)
  • Pieta House (with DAA Staff Charity of Year)
  • RISE Foundation
  • Samaritans
  • SHINE (and previously Schizophrenia Ireland)
  • SOS – Suicide or Survive (with DAA Staff Charity of Year)
  • SpunOut.ie
  • St Vincents University Hospital
  • Talk to Tom
  • TeenLine Ireland Helpline
  • Temple Street S.P.A.C.E (Self Harm: support programme for parents & carers)
  • Wexford Marine Watch

 

Eligibility:  Applicant must be a registered charity in order to qualify for 3Ts funding.  In exceptional circumstances, consideration may be given to other non-profit organisations.  

If you feel your organisation would benefit from 3Ts funding and you would like to learn more, please email us on info@3ts.ie.