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£30,000 Carnegie Challenge Funding Announced for 2014 Wellbeing Debates

The Carnegie UK Trust is offering up to ten not-for-profit organisations from the UK and Ireland the opportunity to win grants worth £3,000 to hold inspiring debates on how to improve people’s well

Emigrant Programme Provides Grants of £5.4m to British-based Charities

The Tanaiste, Eamon Gilmore, has paid tribute to Irish charities around Britain while revealing a small cut in the Irish Government’s annual funding of their work.

The Ireland Funds Extends Commitment to Irish Charities

Struggling charities have received a welcome boost with news that the Worldwide Ireland Funds is to double its target to raise money to assist them after "unprecedented demand" from the sector.

Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards 2013

Last Monday in Dublin over 300 people from the Irish social enterprise and social entrepreneurs community came together for the 2013 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards.

Call for More Vetting of Charity Street Collectors

Gardaí have announced their intention to check the permits of street collectors for charities in Killarney, following a number of complaints about fraudulent collections.

Survey on Fundraising from the Irish Public

Total Fundraising and Whitebarn Consulting are currently working on an initiative to encourage non-profit organisations to raise more funds from the general public.

Launch of Deal Effect Heralds New Era for Fundraising

An exciting new daily deals website,, launched on Monday with a target to raise over €2 million for non-profit Irish organisations within the next three years.

National Giving Week (10-17 November)

National Giving Week celebrates the value of the not for profit sector in Ireland. The aim of the week is to demonstrate the importance of giving and philanthropy to the future development o

Charitable Lotteries Fund To Be Phased Out

During a recent Dail Eireann debate, the Minister for Justice & Equality, Alan Shatter, told Michael Healy-Rae (ind, Kerry S), that the government had decided to terminate the Charitable Lotter