TCD law students raise over €12,500 for mental health charity Jigsaw
Law students at Trinity College Dublin have raised over €12,500 for mental health charity Jigsaw.
The TCD Law Society’s charities committee, sponsored by Arthur Cox, handed over a cheque for €12,515.72 at a ceremony in the law firm’s offices.
The handover was attended by the society’s charities convenor Rob O’Donohoe, treasurer Louise McCormack and auditor Milly Farrell Kelly, as well as Joanne Ryan, campaigns officer for Jigsaw, and Arthur Cox partner Phil Smith.
Jigsaw delivers community-based mental health services for young people in Ireland aged 12 to 25.