Killymoon Rangers FC are delighted to announce the Niamh Louise Foundation as their chosen charity for this 2013/2014 season.
The Niamh Louise Foundation was set up in February 2006, following the tragic death from suicide of 15 year old, Clonmore native, Niamh McKee.
The main aim of the Niamh Louise Foundation is to work with a range of voluntary and statutory agencies to reduce the numbers of people taking their own lives in Northern Ireland.
The charity provides prevention by raising awareness of suicide through various sources of literature and training workshops on suicide and self-harm. It also provides prevention, intervention and postvention services across the areas of Armagh, Tyrone and further afield.
As a direct result of the passion and vision of their founder members back in 2006 and the daily growing demand for their services, the Niamh Louise Foundation now has 3 staff working across Tyrone and Armagh with a resource Centre in Dungannon and an outreach office in Cookstown.
As a subject that has touched the heart of our own local community in recent times, Killymoon Rangers FC are delighted to be able to contribute in some small way to what we believe is an extremely worthwhile cause.
Should anyone wish to contact the Niamh Louise Foundation, they can be reached on 028 8775 3327, at 32 Coalisland Road, Killybrackey, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, BT71 6LA or at St. Vincent de Paul, Loy Street, Cookstown, BT80 8NN.