33 til infinity
“You’re never alone at Home”
Home restaurant has teamed up with HENCH gym, Belfast, to raise awareness and fundraise for a charity close to our hearts, “33 ‘Til Infinity”.
Our charity evening will take place at Home on Sunday 26 th May and will be a celebration of the support this amazing charity continues to do within our local community, combatting the suicide epidemic that has afflicted our city.
Our event hopes to help 33 Til Infinity make a significant impact on the £33,000 being raises in 2019 in memory of Michael “Cull” Cullen, a well-loved regular of both the restaurant and the gym .
Join us for an unforgettable evening of award winning cuisine, as our very own celebrity chef Ben Arnold will prepare a glorious 3 course meal for our guests.
The evening will also be filled with touching testimonies, a charity auction, a ballet and on the spot prizes, donated very kindly by our friends and supporters throughout the wider Belfast business community.
We hope to be able to enjoy this special night with you. Tickets are now available from Home Restaurant and Hench gym. For further information please contact Home by calling 028 9023 4946 or email email@example.com
More about 33 ‘Til Infinity
Our goal is simple, to help 33 ‘Til Infinity support 3 local charities to honour the life and memory of our friend and brother Michael Cullen, who tragically took his own life at 33 years old in January 2018.
Our aim is to raise awareness and much needed finance for suicide prevention and intervention charities, by raising £1,000 for every year of Michael’s life. In particular, our friends at TAMHI, Inspire and last but not least, The Community Rescue Service who were instrumental in Michael’s search.
Find out more about each one of our Charity partners:
Inspire is a charity and social enterprise and their aim is wellbeing for all. They deliver mental health, learning/intellectual disability, autism, addiction and workplace wellbeing services across the island of Ireland.
The CRS is a charitable search and rescue organisation operated by volunteers from communities across Northern Ireland. They provide all aspects of search and rescue falling under the remit of Lowland Rescue including ground, inland water, bike, boat and more.
TAMHI is a mental health awareness charity established in 2011. TAMHI stands for Tackling Awareness of Mental Health Issues and the charity was created to work with sports groups willing to use the power of sport to promote Positive Mental Fitness.
If you are not able to attend we welcome your donations via 33 ‘Til Infinity’s official Just Giving page. From £3.30 ‘Til Infinity, all donations will make a massive difference to our community. Donate via our Just Giving page.