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Details of Irish Fundraising Awards 2011 Announced

The Irish Fundraising Awards 2011 will take place on the evening of Thursday 16 June, in The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1.

Funding Announced for Citizens' Assembly Initiative

Atlantic Philanthropies has given €630,000 to a new initiative aimed at encouraging people to engage with the political system through a national citizens’ assembly.

Think Happy Thoughts and Earn €1 for Charity

A kind word may be free – but a happy thought on your Twitter or Facebook page could go one better and contribute a euro to charity.

U2 Pick Up Award for Irish Philanthropy - Watch the Video

Just in case you missed it, the Community Foundation for Ireland recently announced the winners of the fourth annual Philanthropist of the Year awards at a luncheon held in Number 10 Ormond Qu

Irish Stars Gather for Barretstown Fundraiser

A host of Irish musicians will join the RTÉ Concert Orchestra to raise funds for the Barretstown children's charity, which was founded by Paul Newman.

"Communities to Pay if Credit Unions Can’t Lend"

Irish Rural Link has backed the Irish League of Credit Union’s call to review lending restrictions being imposed on credit unions by the Central Bank.

Cosc Grant Scheme Relating to Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence

Cosc, the national office for the prevention of domestic, sexual and gender-based violence, is currently inviting applications for its annual Awareness Raising Grant Scheme 2011. 

Pressure on Government to Increase Suicide Prevention Budget

More lives are lost annually to suicide in Ireland than road tragedies; however the budget to reduce road traffic deaths is eight times higher.

Bill Clinton Helps Raise Funds to Assist Irish Writers

Former US president Bill Clinton led the tributes to world-famous author Frank McCourt this week at a fundraiser to assist creative writers.

Children's Hospital Funding Shortfall

Concerns about the €200 million funding shortfall for the proposed National Paediatric Hospital resulted in the prospect of downsizing the hospital being raised at board level.