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JP McManus Foundation Gave €10.5m to Good Causes Last Year

Limerick businessman JP McManus donated over €10.5 million to causes in Limerick, nationally and abroad last year, after receiving nearly 300 submissions from charities appealing for donations.

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Download the First Annual Report on Fundraising in Ireland

2into3, Non-profit sector specialists, in conjunction with Mason Hayes+Curran (MH+C) one of Ireland’s top six law firms, today launched the first report on fundraising performance in the

BBC Apologises Over Band Aid Claims

The BBC has apologised for reports suggesting that millions of pounds raised for Ethiopian famine relief by the Band Aid charity were used by rebel groups in the country to buy weapons.

Alzheimer's Charity Calls for National Strategy

The cost of clearing the backlog of those on an Alzheimer’s charity’s waiting list will cost the State €4.7 million while doing nothing will cost more than 2½ times that amount, an Oireachtas commi

Vodafone Foundation Relaunches World of Difference Programme

The Vodafone Ireland Foundation (VIF) are delighted to announce the next phase of their World of Difference programme. 

Better Together: The Countdown Begins

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Philanthropist Discusses Bill Gates on Trip to Ireland

Chuck Feeney, one of the world's major philanthropists, has some reservations about The Giving Pledge, an effort by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates to persuade wealthy Americans to c

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.