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Charity's Income May Be Halved, Despite €1.3m Windfall

The Chernobyl Children International (CCI) charity is expecting income to halve this year, chief executive Adi Roche has revealed.

Make Ireland Aware with The Integration Centre Film Competition

Are you a student hoping to gain some experience in production? Or do you work in a diverse environment you would like to highlight? Calling all film-makers, from the amateur to the less

Philanthropists Pledge 1.5 Million to Children's Rights Charity

Two philantropic groups have provided €1.5 million to an organisation that is likely to play a major role in campaigning for a Yes vote in the forthcoming children’s referendum.

Sporting Bodies & NGOs May Come Under Remit of Lobbying Law

Strict new lobbying regulations could force sporting organisations such as the GAA, as well as charities, to record publicly all contacts with politicians and detail the subject matter of their mee

16,000 to Lose Jobs in Community & Voluntary Sector, According to ICTU

Community and voluntary sector employees will have fallen by more than 16,000 by 2015, even though the numbers who need their services have multiplied due to the economic crisis.

ECO-UNESCO Inviting Applications for 'Clubs in Action' 2012

Toyota Ireland recently announced their continued support for the ECO-UNESCO ‘Clubs in Action’ programme by providing €20,000 in Seed Grants for 2012.

Ninth Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Awards Launched

Chambers Ireland yesterday (06/03/12) announced that nominations for the 2012 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards are open.

Children's Charity Suffers 80% Fall in Donations During Recession

A charity's founder has said it has been hit with nearly an 80 per cent drop in donations because of the recession.

Olympic Hopefuls Go the Distance for Girls in the Developing World

Irish Olympic athletes Fionnuala Britton and Claire Bergin recently joined forces with international children’s charity Plan Ireland to call on the women of Ireland to be a part of the ‘Because I a

Charity Marks 21 years with €7m Fundraising Drive

Bóthar, which distributes livestock to families across the developing world, has announced a €7 million fundraising drive to mark its 21st year of operations.

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