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Download the Fundraising Ireland Conference Presentations

Following a very successful and well-attended conference in Croke Park last week, the full range of Fundraising Ireland Conference documents are now available to download.

Donations to Enable Ireland Charity Shops Down by 50%

Donations of clothes, shoes, accessories, linen and bric-a-brac to Enable Ireland charity shops are down an average of 50% in the past few months. Enable Ireland, a leading disability service provider with 19 charity shops nationally, says the gloomy economic outlook may be preventing people from donating.

Win a Place at the World's First International Online Fundraising Conference

You could win a place to attend the world's first global, virtual fundraising conference, due to take place 12 - 14 May.

Last Chance to Vote in AIB Better Ireland Awards

Voting is still open for the AIB Better Ireland Awards 2009 /2010. This is your last opportunity to have a say in selecting the children's projects to receive funding from programme.

Irish NGOs Say Budget Cuts Will Cost Lives

Overseas development organisations have reacted with outrage at the slashing of the foreign aid budget by a further €100 million. This latest cut in overseas aid is the fourth in just over 10 months. €95 million was cut in February 2009, €15 million in October 2008 and €45 million in July 2008.

Round Up of Budget Responses from Irish Charities

Irish charities have been reacting – with varying degrees of dismay and disappointment – to the recent budget. has compiled and edited a selection of these response for reference.

Peace III 1.2: Acknowledging the Past Opens for Applications

The Border Action/Community Relations Council Consortium have issued a new funding call for applications under Strand 1 of Theme 1.2 of the PEACE III Programme - 'Addressing Legacy and Truth in Public Memory'.

Fundraising Training Courses for Dublin in May

Training People, an agency specialising in providing fundraising training to non-profit organisations throughout Ireland, have announced details for two training courses taking place in Dublin during May 2009.

Community Foundation for Ireland Re-launches Grants for Non-Profit Managers

Following an internal review of the application criteria, the Community Foundation for Ireland has now re-launched its Ray Murphy Fund, which provides training grants to managers of non-profit organisations.

The Wheel Announces Details of Its Recession-Themed Conference

The Wheel has announced the details of its forthcoming conference, New Realities - New Opportunities, which will be taking place in the Croke Park Conference Centre on 19 May. Don’t miss the most thought-provoking event on the community and voluntary sector’s calendar.