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Public Consultation for New Funding Model

Foras na Gaeilge has been directed by the North/South Ministerial Council to restructure the core-funded Irish language sector and to that end Foras na Gaeilge has proposed a New Funding Model

New Digital Switchover Programme: Seeking Applications

The Community Outreach Digital Switchover Programme aims to assist peopleDigital Switch 

Recycle Your Computer for a Great Cause in January

Irish charity Camara Education is offering free computer recycling for the month of January.

Charities at Risk as State and Private Funds Decline

Many Irish charities are struggling to cope in the face of an economic downturn which is squeezing fundraising and leading to unprecedented demand for services.

Pennies Roll in to Cork Charity Feeding Needy Since Famine

The irony for a charity like Cork Penny Dinners is that while the image of soup kitchens is indelibly associated with times of natural and economic disasters, it is in such times that they become m

Horse Welfare Trust Reaches 'Crisis Point'

A sharp drop in cash contributions compounded by fewer offers to care for horses due to costs, means the Irish Horse Welfare Trust’s stable is full and the organisation has reached “crisis point”.<

Ireland 'Most Charitable' Country in Europe

Ireland has been ranked the most charitable country in Europe and the second most charitable nation in the world, according to a new survey.

Join the Taxback Campaign

Would you like your charity to be part of a nationwide campaign that will boost the tax-effectiveness of your donors?  

Recession Leads to Rise in Calls to Samaritans

One in eight calls to the Samaritans in the last 12 months was recession-related, a report published yesterday has found.

Charity's Funds Hit By Phone Price Fall

The collapse in the international price for second-hand mobile phones this year has hit one children’s charity’s revenues by between €200,000 and €300,000.


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