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Funding to Irish Migrant Groups Under Threat

A recently launched report into new communities in Ireland has revealed how the long-term future of immigrant advocacy in Ireland may now be in jeopardy. This is because the two philanthropic bodies that fund much of the work done in this area - Atlantic Philanthropies and the One Foundation - will both have ceased to provide financial support to migrant groups by 2016. on Facebook & Fundraising Ireland Awards Update

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Dun-Laoghaire Rathdown Council Launches New Environmental Scheme

Is your organisation working to improve your local environment?

If so, you may be eligible for an assistance grant. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council invite submissions from Community Groups, Schools, Tidy Town Committees or other Organisations who are interested in receiving part-funding for environmental initiatives.

Completed submissions should be made not later than Friday 8th of August 2008.

For further information please contact:

Stay Informed Using the RSS News Feed

Keeping up to date with the latest fundraising news and events just got a whole lot easier with the introduction of the RSS Feed. In short, an RSS feed is an easy-to-use online tool that will allow you to view the latest news headlines without having to even visit the website. RSS feeds are entirely free to use and are an increasingly popular way of keeping informed.

Poker Fundraising Evening for Sli Eile Africa Orphanage Building Project

Slí Eile - - an Irish Jesuit outreach to young adults, is holding a fundraising evening to raise funds for the Sli Eile Africa Orphanage Building Project. On the evening itself (26th July) there will be a Poker Tournament along with a Snooker Tournament and Auction.

Irish Charities Decline Fundraising from Topless Model

In a move that is sure to spark debate about how funds are raised for good causes, the Irish glamour model, Claire Tully, has had her offer to raise money for breast cancer research turned down by three leading charities in the area.

Sky High Fundraising

Today the Irish Times reports that Headway, a charity that provides support services for people affected by acquired brain injury, has teamed up with specialist skydiving company, SkyDive4Charity, to offer people a chance to take to the skies and complete a parachute jump as a way to raise funds for Headway’s three centres, in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.

Samaritans National Fundraising and Awareness Day - 24th July: 24/7

The Samaritans have launched their nationwide 24:7 campaign to raise vital funds for their ongoing work. Samaritans are available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.

Jack & Jill Foundation To Release Charity Pop Song

If music be the food of love, The Jack & Jill Foundation are playing on...

The Foundation has recently announced that it will be releasing it’s first ever charity single nationwide on Friday, 11th July. It is hoped that the release of the single, entitled “Keela Mae”, will help to raise much needed funds for the children and families that the Foundation provides home respite care for everyday.

Irish “Legacy Giving” TV Campaign Launched

A nationwide TV advertising campaign is currently underway to promote the cause of legacy giving in Ireland. Launched by the umbrella group, Legacy Promotion Ireland (LPI), a consortium of 40 charities and non-profit organisations, the aim of the campaign is to encourage Irish people to consider leaving a portion of their Will to a favourite charity or cause in order to have a positive impact on the lives of future generations.