- Jigsaw local services will be closed from 12pm on Friday, 23 December and will reopen on Tuesday, 3 January 2023. Please note that some local services reopening dates may vary. You can get in touch with your local Jigsaw here.
- Live Chat will close on Thursday, 22 December at 7.30pm and will resume as normal on Tuesday, 3 January 2023 (2 – 7.30pm).
Here are some services that can support you in the meantime:
We are delighted to announce that Leinster Rugby has named Jigsaw as its latest charity partner for the month of December as part of the Charity Affiliate Programme.
Jigsaw were nominated by the Official Leinster Supporters Club (the OLSC) and will work with the OLSC across the whole season with the OLSC planning a number of fundraising initiatives to help the charity.
In attendance at the launch in Old Belvedere RFC were a number of Leinster Rugby players, as well as representatives from Jigsaw and the OLSC.
Welcoming the news of the partnership Mike Mansfield, Director of Fundraising and Communications with Jigsaw, said
Ireland’s young people need somewhere to turn.
This Christmas, you can help instil hope in a young person. You’ll help ensure they have someone to listen to them, support them and understand them when they most need it.
Growing up isn’t easy at the best of times, but young people today are living through times of unprecedented uncertainty. With your gift to Jigsaw, you can help a young person access support without delay.
We are often asked about our ‘goals in life’ when it comes to careers or discussions about the future. ‘Squad goals’ or ‘couple goals’ appear in many Instagram posts, but what does this really mean? Are personal goals something we want to be, or want to have?
In this article, you will find help to set and achieve your goals:
When life throws curve balls, we may find ourselves becoming impatient, wanting life to return to the way it was. We might want things to progress more quickly, or at least know what’s going to happen next.
There are times when our lives can take unexpected turns.
You or a family member may lose your job, illness might challenge your expectations of yourself or something you were looking forward to doesn’t work out the way you anticipated.
Unusual circumstances can cause feelings of impatience and stress to increase. You may find yourself overthinking things, feeling easily irritated by others, or less like yourself. Everyday problems can seem harder to solve.
Christmas can be the most wonderful or the most stressful time of the year, depending on your situation and outlook. Expectations can be high around this time of year and minding your own mental health should be a priority.
In this article you will find: