Darkness Into Light

Various Locations, Saturday 8th May

Sunrise is a time of hope, a moment of warmth and the promise of a brighter day ahead.

We invite you to join Pieta and Electric Ireland at sunrise on 8th May 2021 for Darkness Into Light. Take part with your loved ones by simply walking locally and sharing your sunrise. Together, we can build a brighter future and give hope to all who have been impacted by suicide and self-harm in Ireland and across the globe.

All donations are in aid of Pieta House, Preventing Suicide and Self Harm .


Date:
Saturday 8th May
Time:
Sunrise
Price:
Donation

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