AWARE NI as our official Corporate Charity
Get ready for an action-packed schedule of events as we pledge to raise as much money as possible for
AWARE's vital services.
Announcing the partnership in 2019, John McLean Radius Chief Executive, said: "We are proud and extremely excited to be partnering
with AWARE NI. In today's society, with local suicide rates higher than anywhere else in the UK,
the work that AWARE does is vital and respected by all in Northern Ireland. With a large team at Radius,
many of whom work directly with members of the public, we recognise the importance of a positive
approach to mental well-being".
AWARE was chosen as our charity partner because we have seen the positive impact they
have had in local communities. At Radius, we pride ourselves in not just housing people, but ensuring
their social, physical and mental well-being are all cared for and we are absolutely delighted that we will
be able to support AWARE in their work during the next two years".
"We are delighted to be the the chosen charity partner of Radius Housing and I am really
looking forward to seeing what the partnership has to offer over the next two years. As a charity,
the money that people fundraise is vitally important to allow us to continue delivering our
services in schools, communities and workplaces across Northern Ireland".
Chief Executive at AWARE
delivers a Mood Matters Young People programme into schools and community
groups to children aged 14–18 years old. This programme gives them the skills
and knowledge to maintain good mental health and build resilience so that they
can deal better with problems and challenges. The money Radius Housing raises
will help AWARE deliver more of these programmes to more of our young people in
Radius Christmas Card Campaign
This year, instead of purchasing Christmas Cards and paying for postage, we are asking you to make a donation to Aware NI to help us spread the love this Christmas. Aware is the depression and bipolar disorder charity for Northern Ireland. Aware has an established network of 24 support groups in rural and urban areas across the country, which are run by trained volunteers. Support groups welcome people with depression & bipolar disorder as well as carers for people with the illness. Aware deliver mental health & well being programmes into communities, schools, colleges, universities & workplaces across Northern Ireland.