Titanic Hotel Belfast sails into second year of promoting well-being with Action Mental Health

Thursday, 25 July 2019
AMH Titanic Hotel Partnership
Titanic Hotel Belfast has made smooth sailing of its partnership with Action Mental Health in the past year, recently sealing a deal for a second consecutive year of helping the charity support the emotional well-being of its employees and the local community.

The landmark hotel enjoyed a successful first year in partnership with AMH, undertaking myriad fundraising events and raising awareness – despite a busy calendar of events following its opening in 2017. 

Staff powered full steam ahead with their charity efforts and raised an outstanding £3,000 as a result. But keen to do even more they decided to keep up their support for Action Mental Health into a second year and have much more planned to do that.

The second year of fundraising got underway with a coffee morning in May to mark the annual Mental Health Awareness Week, and they have many more exciting plans in the pipeline for the rest of the year.

AMH Fundraising and Communications Manager Jonathan Smyth commented: “We’d like to sincerely thank Titanic Hotel Belfast for a great year of fundraising for Action Mental Health. The £3000 raised so far makes a great contribution to our efforts to make a positive difference to people’s mental health and well-being.

“We are greatly indebted to Titanic Hotel Belfast for its continued support in committing to a second year, and we look forward to working with them in the months ahead.”

Adrian McNally, General Manager said: “At Titanic Hotel Belfast we are delighted to aid a local charity focusing on mental health awareness and improving employability. With Northern Ireland having some of the highest rates of mental ill-health it very important we support the efforts of AMH. We look forward to building on last year’s success in 2019 and all of us at Titanic Hotel Belfast are focused on promoting well being for the entire team and generating much needed funds for AMH.”