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Nominate an Irish Charity Hero and Help Win €1,000 for a Good Cause

A nationwide competition to find Ireland's Charity Hero was recently announced by The Wheel and EBS Building Society.
The competition, part of the Bett

Charities Fight to Keep €1m Medical Research Grant

More than two dozen of Ireland’s leading medical charities have called on the Government not to cut a state grant of €1 million that is spent on research into medial conditions.

Tackling the Shadow Employer Role

The Community Sector Employer’s Forum wants to hear the views of community organisations and is inviting managers and board members of community organisations to participate in consultation groups.

Abuse Charity Gets €250k Despite Legal Row

A legal firm has written to the secretaries general of the Departments of Health and Education, outlining serious concerns about a Cork-based organisation for survivors of institutional abuse.

Arthur Guinness Fund Re-opens

The Arthur Guinness Fund has re-opened for applications from social entrepreneurs around Ireland, with up to €1 million available to social entrepreneurs who have projects that are innova

The Commitments 20th Reunion to Benefit Irish Cancer Society

It was 1991 when the film The Commitments burst onto our movie screens and into the hearts and s

Alzheimer Carers 'Reaching Crisis Point'

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland has said carers are reaching crisis point, with waiting lists for its home care service up 33% to 1,000 people since last year.

Better Together: Raise Awareness of Your Cause and Win €3,000 for Your Organisation!

You can start submitting your videos to from Wednesday, 6 October.


Minister Calls for Mental Health Funding Increase

The budget for mental health should increase in the coming year, Minister of State for Mental Health John Moloney has announced.

Come Dancing - for a Good Cause

The first ever Midlands Regional Ballroom Dancing Competition will take place at the New Ballroom, Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar on Sunday, October 31 at 3.00pm.