Northern Ireland’s leading mental health charity, Action Mental Health (AMH), is delighted to announce their new charity partnership with McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors (MTB), a full-service law firm in Belfast.
Action Mental Health is a charity that changes the lives of people living with mental health issues and promotes resilience and wellbeing to all sections of our community.
On announcement of the new partnership, Harry McAleese of McCartan Turkington Breen stated: “We decided to support this vital cause as part of our corporate social responsibility efforts in 2022. We know that many in our local communities have been adversely affected by the pandemic. Anything that we can do to raise both awareness of the mental health crisis and to raise money to support Action Mental Health with the vital work that they do is a positive step for change.”
In previous years, the firm has supported well-known local charities including AgeNI, Inspire Wellbeing and Addiction NI.
Throughout the year, McCartan Turkington Breen will implement several fundraising activities whilst actively promoting awareness of the mental health issues found at work and at home. The leading law firm intend to embark on a Paddle Board Challenge to kick off the partnership.
Action Mental Health have a timetable of activities suitable for people of all ages to get involved in. The charity highlights that it is always happy to work with corporate partners of all sizes to raise much needed funds and awareness of the work that they do.
Action Mental Health’s Samantha Coleman commented: ‘We are so delighted to have McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors on our side for 2022. One in five of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our lives and half of all problems start before the age of fourteen. Since the pandemic, the need is even greater and we are happy to be working with McCartan Turkington Breen on a series of fundraising events and awareness raising to highlight the important cause of mental health and to help fund our work.”