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The Arthur Guinness Fund will close to applications from social entrepreneurs around Ireland & Northern Ireland next Wednesday 30th November 2011.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) launched an urgent appeal for funds on 21st November 2011.
The One4all Christmas Jumper Day is a dedicated day that companies, friends or families can allocate in order to raise money for their charity of choice.
THE Government turned down a charity’s request for extra funding to help flood victims despite the fact that almost €8.4 million of a €10m aid package went unclaimed.
One in seven of the 5,000 people in homelessness services this Christmas will be a child, according to Focus Ireland.
In May 2011, Coca‑Cola turned 125. To celebrate their milestone birthday, they established the Coca‑Cola 125 Years Thank You Fund, in partnership with The Wheel and NICVA.
People living in poverty “could not survive” any further cuts to income and services, the Society of St Vincent de Paul has said in its pre-budget submission.
The Arthur Guinness Fund has re-opened for applications from social entrepreneurs from Ireland and Northern Ireland, with up to €100,000 available to projects that are innovative, impactful an
The Arts Council has recently announced a new bursaries programme for choirs from all over Ireland.
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