Archive for the Charity / Volunteering Category

Fair Play goes on the news, nationally

During the lockdown Ringsend and Irishtown became a focal point for various news outlets, including national broadcaster RTE. Check out the Fair Play Cafe.

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Community Call answered

BY Kathrin Kobus It’s been a month now that all our local sports clubs saw their seasons cut short, interrupted and at the moment quite frankly unknown when leisure activities like sports might resume. The Community Call was launched by […]

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Step Up, Stay Put: Walk 10,000 steps every day to raise money for charity

As everyone adjusts to working from home and the kitchen table becomes a makeshift classroom, it’s important to also remain active within the confines of your own four walls. Step Up, Stay Put is a new charity fitness challenge from […]

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Volunteers needed for Aware support line

Aware, Ireland’s national charity supporting people affected by depression, bipolar disorder and mood-related conditions, has launched a volunteer recruitment campaign for its Support Line. The Aware Support Line is a national freephone service which operates from 10am to 10pm 365 […]

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Funding and volunteering for IUSRU

By Kathrin Kobus At Poolbeg yacht Club on the last Friday in January, The RNLI and the IUSRU received money raised at two charity events last autumn. Each organisation got a cheque over €7,500.  The Feilimh Drew Concert in St […]

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