Cadbury partners with Aware for charity concert

Some of the acts performing at the launch of ‘A Night for Aware’
Some of the acts performing at the launch of ‘A Night for Aware’

‘A Night for Aware’ will bring top Irish artists together in aid of mental health charity.

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7 March 2018 | 0

A Night for Aware will take place on Friday 6 April at Dublin’s legendary Olympia Theatre. In aid of mental health charity Aware, and supported by Cadbury, the event will feature performances by In Tua Nua, Mundy, The Pale, Cry Monster Cry, Barq, Jem Mitchell, Trouble Pilgrims and The Skatuesques.

The organisers of A Night for Aware aim to raise the profile of mental health issues in Ireland as well as raise much-needed funds.

Gerry O’Brien, head of fundraising and business development with Aware, said the charity is delighted to have been chosen as charity benefactor for this year’s ‘A Night for…’ event.

“Events like this raise vital funds that allow us to provide our support and education services completely free of charge, services that make a real difference in people’s lives,” he said. “We are very grateful to Cadbury, the concert’s organizers and the artists who are generously donating their time and talents to support Aware and significantly, bring awareness to the important topic of mental health.”

Cadbury has worked with Aware since 2016, and Eoin Kellett, managing director at Mondeléz Ireland says the company is very proud of its association. “We are delighted to be able to support this initiative,” Kellett says, “particularly this year as Cadbury goes back to its roots, focusing on generosity and real moments.

“We are hoping to be able to give back to those who need it most through our partnership with Aware and bring a smile to the faces of those attending as they enjoy a wonderful night of music, all for a great cause.”

Founded in 1985, Aware is the national organisation providing support, education and information to those impacted by depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions. Aware offers a number of Support Services for individuals and their loved ones to include 35 Support & Self Care Groups nationwide, a Freephone Support Line (1800 80 48 48) and a Support Mail service. Aware also delivers education programmes nationwide to empower adults and young people with the knowledge and skills to look after their mental health and build resilience to deal with the stresses of everyday life.

‘A Night for Aware’ takes place on Friday 6 April in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Tickets are on sale now and cost just €25. Tickets can be purchased from www.ticketmaster.ie or Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. You can also phone 0818 719330. Phone and Internet bookings are subject to 12.5% Service Charge / Agents €2.15 per ticket.

For more information see www.facebook.com/events/1984237105163178.

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