top of page

Fundraise ...
& help us help someone struggling

Fundraising Form 

Got a fundraising idea ?  Or want to get the ball rolling ? Why not tell us about it here and let us know  how we can help.

Every year, Talk To Tom strives to generate enough funds to sustain and expand our services across the South East. We could not achieve this without your continuous love and support.


Fundraising is the most effective and enjoyable way to make a significant impact on our work. Explore the many ways you can contribute!


Host Your Own Event


Organising a fundraising event can profoundly affect your community—saving lives and alleviating the grief of losing someone to suicide. If you have an idea, please fill in the form and inform us. Don’t overlook the legal aspects! Ensure you understand the necessary requirements early on, such as obtaining a Garda permit, securing insurance, or acquiring a raffle licence. If unsure, our fundraising team is just a call away to offer guidance and support. For terms and guidelines, click here.


Take on a Personal Challenge


Challenge yourself for Talk To Tom this year and be a lifesaver in your community—an achievement you can truly be proud of! Many support our cause by undertaking personal challenges, from mini marathons to skydives. Whatever your interest, there's a challenge waiting for you.


Getting active for Talk To Tom not only helps improve the lives of those struggling with their mental health but also enhances your own. If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact us at

Some of our recent fundraising heros 

Release Wellness 

raised €711

The incredible folks at Release Wellness, Arklow raised this incredible sum in October 2020, with their fantastic online 'Shine A Light' event.

William McCarthy 

raised €370 

Well done to William who completed a gruelling personal 24km duathlon in in October 2020. Well done William and thank you. Simply amazing.

TY Students GCS

raised €210.38

These terrific transition year students from Gorey Community School came together to raise this fantastic sum in November 2020.  

Pennies Wexford

raised €2447

The staff and management of Penneys Wexford raised a whopping €2447 through their in store fund raising day and their staff run.

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 23.05.33.png
Maser & Aches 

raised €4000

The insanely talented Dublin artists, Maser & Aches, reached this incredible sum to help our services in Nov 2020, after raffling one of their beautiful collaboration pieces.  

Youthreach Gorey

raised €200 

The amazing students of Gorey Youthreach came together to raise €200 for Talk To Tom in December 2020.

Niall Kennedy

raised €1813.89

The incredible Niall Kennedy raised €1813.89 each for us and the amazing Little Blue Heros in December 2020.  

Screenshot 2020-12-25 at 18.45.26.png
Sheehan Sisters

raised €1286

The enormously talented Grace and Eimear Sheehan and Ciara Mullin's song 'Sanctuary', (accompanied by Jay O'Sullivan) raised a massive €1286 in 2020.

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 21.58.01.png
Leah Byrne 

raised €450 

This incredible young teen undertook the massive task of walking over 200km to help raise funds for Talk To Tom. 

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 23.14.58.png
South East Road Club

raised €2257

The amazing team at SERC raised this incredible figure for both, Talk To Tom and Arklow Cancer Support during their Cycle4Life event in 2020.

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 21.50.48.png
Stephen Considine BPB

raised €3041

The amazing Stephen Considine raised this stunning figure with his mental health clothing range BPB Wear in 2020.  One of many fundraisers held by this fantastic young man. 

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 22.03.23.png
People Newspapers 

raised €3653

The incredible and dedicated editorial team at People Newspapers in Wexford & Wicklow led by Cathy Lee raised this amazing sum after coming together to walk, run or jog 100 kilometres each!

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 22.10.58.png
Joshua Kaye

raised €2000

The amazing Joshua undertook a huge exercise lockdown challenge to help raise this amazing figure. 

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 23.28.17.png
Paul Gleeson 

raised €2000

Paul created a fantastic book showcasing Irish graffiti artists in loving memory of friend John 'Crept' Ryan (pictured).  Incredible Paul, raised €1,000 while his employer Apple matched his efforts.  

bottom of page