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Don't Forget to Apply for The Ireland Funds Grant

There is still more than a month left to apply for the The Ireland Funds 2011 Grant Round for projects in both Ireland and Northern Ireland.

The Ireland Funds will accept applications from 1 February until 5pm GMT on 31 March, 2011.

An Easy Way to Earn Some Cash for Your Charity

There is an opportunity for charitable organisations to mobilize the network of contacts and volunteers which you have in your database and turn their effort into cash for your organisation.

Charities Losing Out As Consumers Sell Mobiles

Cash-strapped consumers are selling their old mobile phones to recycling companies for as little as €5, rather than donate them directly to charity.

"yes there is a chance it will seriously impact charities such as Jack & Jill over the coming years." 

SpunOut.ie Announces Superhero Grants

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SpunOut.ie, the well known youth organisation based in Galway, supported by The Atlantic Philanthropies, is launching a youth grants scheme to help young people make a positive dif

Charity Launches Fundraising App on iTunes

The Jack & Jill app is a new avenue for individuals and businesses to donate mobile phones or toner cartridges or to order cartridges from Jack & Jill and, in turn, help the charity’s recyc

Smart Fundraising: Succeeding in the New Reality

Fundraising Ireland is delighted to present Ireland’s flagship National Fundraising Conference.

Fundraising Ireland has set an exceptionally low rate of €75 for the four-hour optional master-classes

Centre for the Disabled Still Not Upgraded

Almost A year after a report was published into services at the John Paul Centre for intellectual disability in Galway, key recommendations have still not been acted upon by the Government, an Oire

Oxfam Shop Stock Levels 'Critically Low'

The Oxfam Ireland shop is the foundation upon which much of Oxfam Ireland’s work is built.  Oxfam’s ability to respond to disasters such as the Haiti earthquake and Pakistan floods of 2010, th

Hard Times Force Charity Move

This month marks the newest chapter in the storied history of Dublin’s oldest surviving charity. The Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers Society is probably also the one with the oddest name.

Community Work Initiative Details Announced

The Minister for Social Protection has announced the arrangements for a new work placement initiative in the community and voluntary sector.