How you can help us!

Run the Women’s Mini Marathon for Helium

Join Helium Arts at the 2015 VHI Women’s Mini Marathon and raise funds for teenagers with cancer and chronic illnesses. This year, we are looking for people to run the mini-marathon to help us fundraise for our award-winning Two Suitcases film project for teenagers living with chronic illnesses. In 2014, we partnered with CanTeen Ireland, the national support agency for teenagers with experience of cancer. It was a great success and we are looking forward to bringing the project to more participants and other support agencies in 2015 with your help.

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You can sign up to take part in the mini-marathon here. The deadline for entries has been extended to Wednesday 22nd April and the Mini Marathon will take place on Bank Holiday Monday, 1st June 2015.

If you’d like to run for Helium Arts please contact anna@old.helium.ie or call 086-3511860 for your fundraising pack.

 

Want to learn more about the Two Suitcases project? Check out this behind the scenes film from our summer camp last year!

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We would love to keep in touch to tell you about what's happening in our creative programmes supporting children and teenagers managing long-term health conditions across Ireland to access a meaningful creative and social outlet. We will also send you details from time to time on our events, fundraising activities, funding and sector news.

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Contact Us

info@helium.ie
+ 353 (0) 44 93 96 960

 

Helium Arts is a registered charity and compliant with the requirements of the Charities Regulator, the national regulatory authority for charities in Ireland

 

CHY Number: 19236
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20075200
Companies Registration Office: 486621

 

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Address

Helium Arts
Top Floor
22 Pearse Street
Mullingar
Co. Westmeath
Ireland
N91 VYP0

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