"Addressing alcohol and drug related issues: reducing harm and supporting positive change"
Charity Champions

Charity Champions

ASCERT very much appreciates all the support we receive. Below are just a few examples of ASCERT’s amazing Charity Champions who are helping to address drug and alcohol related issues, reduce harm and support positive change in local communities across Northern Ireland.

Belfast Cathedral

ASCERT attended the annual Good Samaritans Service at Belfast Cathedral on Sunday 4th March and were delighted to receive a donation of £550 from the cathedral’s annual Black Santa Sit-out Appeal.


Yellowcom, have signed up to participate in this year’s Belfast Marathon in support of ASCERT and Simon Community NI. Taking on this impressive challenge, the Belfast based telecommunications company will enter 2 relay teams who will pound the pavements on Monday 7th May to raise vital funds for these 2 local charities. For more information on Yellowcom’s fundraising click here 

Tesco Bentrim Road

Tesco, Bentrim Road, Lisburn, are true ASCERT’s Charity Champions. ASCERT really appreciate the ongoing support of their Charity Champion, Ann Broome and all the staff and customers of the store.

Damien McDonagh

Damien McDonagh, who has been volunteering for ASCERT for an amazing 17 years is a true ASCERT Charity Champion. This June, Damien is preparing to reach new heights as he participates in a charity skydive to raise vital funds for ASCERT and AFI (Ataxia Foundation Ireland). For More information about Damien’s fundraising click here

Lisburn Fun Run

Jamie Compton-Rea, Ciara Hazzard and Damien McDonagh were among the ASCERT staff and volunteers who participated in the 2017 Lisburn Fun Run on behalf of ASCERT.

Interested in becoming an ASCERT Charity Champion? contact Jenay Doyle on 07498 344 302 or email jenay@ascert.biz for more information.

23 Bridge Street,
Co. Antrim
BT28 1XZ

Tel: 0800 2545 123
Fax: 028 9260 3874
Email: info@ascert.biz
Charity Number: NIC101239