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€12m Raised for Famine Relief

Donations to Irish aid agencies for the famine hit East Africa region have reached €12 million, the charity group Dóchas has said.

Donations to Dublin Simon Slump by 38 Per Cent

Donations from the public to the Dublin Simon Community (DSC) last year dropped by more than €500,000, or by almost 40 per cent, as homelessness increased across the capital.

Camara Making Change with Coin Challenge

Camara Education, an Irish charity dedicated to using technology to deliver a more effective education to disadvantaged communities in Africa, Jamaica and Ireland, will be holding an ambitious fund

Go for Life Programme Opens for Grant Applications

Today, Thursday 25th of August, Age & Opportunity and the Irish Sports Council announced that €300,000 has been allocated under the eleventh National Grant Scheme for Sport and Physical Ac

Ulster Bank Sir George Quigley Award 2011 Inviting Applications

The Ulster Bank Sir George Quigley Award programme recognises the contribution of Sir George Quigley over his 13 years as Chairman of Ulster Bank Group.

Tolka Area Partnership Inviting Grant Applications

The Partnership has secured a small fund through the Local and Community Development Programme (LCDP) to support volunteer led community development actions.

€5m Bill for Councils Over Unwanted Dogs

The recession continues to bite local authorities as they face a bill of more than €5m for dealing with thousands of unwanted dogs.

45 Non-Profits Shortlisted for 'Coca-Cola 125 Years Thank You Fund'

Coca-Cola, one of the world’s most iconic brands, has today announced details of the forty five organisations shortlisted following the review of hundreds of applications for the ‘Coca-Cola 12

Warning Over Impact of Cuts On Those With Disabilities

People with disabilities have become prisoners in their own home due to cuts in welfare payments and support services, it was claimed today.

Profiling the Impact of the Dublin Bus Community Support Programme

If you think that taking a trip on Dublin Bus and not claiming back your change receipt is just money lost, then think again.