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Homeless People Suffering from Ailments Thought To Have Been Eradicated

Homeless people are presenting with conditions "long disappeared" such as trench foot and impetigo, leg ulcers and gangrene, social justice campaigner Alice Leahy has said.

Applications Open for Philanthropy & Social Finance Research Bursary

The Ray Murphy Memorial Bursary committee is now accepting applications until 20 April 2012.

Major New Report Highlights Risks to Irish Charities

One in 10 charities are at risk of folding as they do not have enough funding to plan past the next six months, it emerged today.

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Awareness Raising Grant Relating to Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence

Cosc is pleased to announce that the Awareness Raising Grant Scheme relating to Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence is now open for applications.

€30M Fund Launched to Upgrade Sports Facilities Across Ireland

A new €30 million fund for important sports capital projects has been launched today by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring TD.

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.

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

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.

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.