We are a brand new, Irish foundation dedicated to improving the mental-health of young people.
Helping with Hope
The primary goal of JC Foundation is to provide 365 therapy sessions each year to young adults who simply cannot afford it themselves.
The provision of these 365 free sessions is made possible by our community partners, The Ink Factory & PIERCED.ie.
This year's event will take place on Saturday October 2nd in The Ink Factory (15 Wellington Quay & 19 Parliament Street). Our partners PIERCED will also donate a percentage of their proceeds on the day.
On the day, our team of tattoo artists will tattoo a love-heart outline in return for a minimum €50.00 donation to JC Foundation. Through this campaign, we aim to raise €20,000 to fund 365 therapy sessions for young adults in Ireland. Every cent raised on the day will go towards the Foundation’s core mission of delivering 365 therapy sessions each year for those most in need.
Previous campaigns have used slogans like “be kind”, “self-love” or “hope” For this year, we’ve selected the love-heart, a powerful symbol of the heart of those who are suffering either directly or indirectly with mental-health issues. Their strength is truly an inspiration to us & we choose to honour them with this year’s campaign.
JC Foundation, helping with hope.
Thank you for reaching out, we are here to help.
To apply for our free therapy resources you must be:
- Between the ages of 18-25.
- Live in the Leinster area.
- Be unemployed for more than 6 months.
If our yearly quota of 365 free therapy sessions has been exceeded and we are unable to help you at this time, we will ask for your permission to keep your record on file so we can contact you as soon as we have availability.
Our first round of free sessions will commence November 2021.
The apply for these sessions, please complete the following form.ask question → →
JC Foundation was established in response to the tragic loss of John Connolly (founder of The Ink Factory) at the age of 33. The Foundation is dedicated to increasing awareness of mental-health issues in young adults and tackling the stigma around reaching out for help.