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Funding Needed 'To Avoid Ghettoes'

Investment in integration must continue if we are to avoid ghettos developing in parts of Dublin

Mayo Survey Affirms Level of Community Participation

A new MRBI survey for Focus Ireland has shown that a massive 76 per cent of big-hearted Mayo people have taken part in an event to raise vital funds for charity at some point in their lives.[excerp

Changes to Tax Code for Charities to Cut Individual Relief Claims

The government is to reform the tax code for charitable donations next year in a move that could limit the amount of relief that can be claimed by individuals.

Guiding Principles for Fundraising: Survey to Probe Awareness & Impact

A set of good practice principles for fundraising has been developed by the Irish Charities Tax Research Group (ICTR).  The principles are voluntary and ICTR monitors their impact on fundraisi

Dulux Let’s Colour Project 2012 - Applications Now Being Invited

In 2011, Dulux launched the Let’s Colour Project in Ireland, which helped transform and brighten over 200 local communities with colour.

Nestlé Ireland Commit to Raising €120k for Jack & Jill

Nestlé Ireland staff will raise over €120,000 for the Jack & Jill Children’s foundation by the end of 2012, according to an announcement by the food manufacturer today.

Jack & Jill currently supports 268 Irish families in 26 counties

Free Rail Travel for Community and Voluntary Groups

Iarnród Éireann has today launched a new community initiative to support organisations and groups in the voluntary, community, sporting and charity sector.

72 Hour Fundingpoint Offer: Save 30% and Get 1 Year Free!

The Wheel is currently running a promotional offer for it's Fundingpoint online database of grants service, offering subscribers 30% off the usual

Irish Fundraising Awards 2012 Open for Nominations

The Irish Fundraising Awards 2012 will take place on the evening of Wednesday 20 June, in The Aviva Stadium, Landsdowne Road, Dublin 4.

Applications Invited for the OLC Ireland Trust Fund

The OLC Ireland Trust Fund is open for its only round of grant applications in 2012. The fund seeks to enhance the lives of marginalised women in Ireland.