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Launch of Ireland's First Online Charity Dress Shop

It's a fashionable sign of the times as Ireland's first online charity dress shop launches.

Folly to Get New Lease of Life After Funding Grant

The late Mariga Guinness, a co-founder of the Irish Georgian Society, once claimed that “Ireland has more follies to the acre than anywhere else in the world”.

Philanthropy Ireland Launches Guide to Effective Giving

Philanthropy Ireland is delighted to announce the launch of its publication - Guide to Effective Giving.

Out-of-town Charity Fundraisers Criticised

The proprietor of the local ‘Friends of Animals’ shelter at Cullionbeg, Mullingar, has hit out at a Tipperary-based animal rescue centre for collecting funds in Mullingar town.

“We are stretched to the limit here as it is, and fundraising is difficult enough in the current climate."

New Charity Reward Card Launched

A community saver card scheme that helps non-profit organisations raise funds, while simultaneously giving their supporters discounts and special offers in businesses throughout Ireland, was launch

Vodafone Ireland Foundation Seeks Feedback

The Vodafone Ireland Foundation (VIF) is seeking feedback from community and voluntary organisations.

€550,000 Extra Allocated to Pakistan Relief Effort

The Government has announced extra funding of €550,000 towards flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

“It is important that the international community responds immediately.”

Forty of the World's Richest to Give Away Fortunes

Forty of the world’s richest business people have signed up to a charity pledge set up by Wa

Innovation Grant For Brothers of Charity

Minister for Defence Tony Killeen, T.D., has welcomed the allocation of grant aid, totalling €160,000, awarded by the Genio Trust to support Brothers of Charity Services Clare Ltd.

Marathon Men Raise €490,000 for Irish Autism Action

Two charity runners have just completed and incredible 32 marathons across 32 counties in 32 days, netting nearly half a million Euro for Irish Autism Action (IAA).

St. Angela's College, Sligo