Charities Concerned Over Migrants Being Left Behind

The Government has revealed that more than 9,000 migrants were refused social welfare payments last year because they failed to meet the required residency standards.

Travellers Will Be Worst Affected by Cuts, says Barnados

Travellers will be disproportionately affected by the budget cuts, according to an analysis by Barnardos.

Callers to Samaritans Overwhelmed by Recession

The level of stress and anxiety expressed by callers to the Samaritans Ireland helpline in the last 12 months has been more intense than in recent years, according to a new report.

Call for Action to Improve Youth Literacy

The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) is calling for more support for community led partnerships with schools and family literacy programmes, following a recent report that shows a significant

Charity Gifts Hit by Recession

This Christmas will probably be a more restrained affair for most of us, with the wanton excesses of the boom years likely to be replaced by a new frugality, as people with less to spend decide to

Worldwide Campaign to Raise $100m for Irish Causes

The Worldwide Ireland Funds charitable network has announced a “Promising Ireland” campaign to raise $100 million for Irish causes by the end of 2013.

Grim Future for Children's Charity as Funding Falls

Jack & Jill Foundation sends bleak Christmas message to parents as cash from HSE dries up.

The Wheel on RTE Radio

Check out this podcast of Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel, being interviewed on this evening on RTE's Drivetime show about the impact that Budget 2011 (and the recession in general) is going to ha

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