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The Hope Foundation is dedicated to promoting the protection of street and slum children in Kolkata and the most underprivileged in India. HOPE works to effect immediate and lasting change in their lives.  By extending support to children and their communities via 60 on the ground projects, HOPE provides sustainable holistic solutions to protection and development. By providing healthcare, counselling and education, HOPE ensures children in its care enter adulthood equipped with the tools and support they need to live healthy and happy lives.

The Hope Foundation is dedicated to promoting the protection of street and slum children in Kolkata and the most underprivileged in India. HOPE works to effect immediate and lasting change in their lives.

By extending support to children and their communities via 60 on the ground projects, HOPE provides sustainable holistic solutions to protection and development. By providing healthcare, counselling and education, HOPE ensures children in its care enter adulthood equipped with the tools and support they need to live healthy and happy lives.

Calcutta Connect supports the education of children and young people from some of the most marginalised communities in Calcutta and surrounding districts by working in partnership with local organisations. They are committed to helping older students from the latter stages of their secondary education and those who have progressed on to further studies by providing them with scholarships. The support they give directly benefits 1500 students in their education.

Calcutta Connect supports the education of children and young people from some of the most marginalised communities in Calcutta and surrounding districts by working in partnership with local organisations. They are committed to helping older students from the latter stages of their secondary education and those who have progressed on to further studies by providing them with scholarships. The support they give directly benefits 1500 students in their education.

As part of the worlds largest humanitarian movement, the Irish Red Cross provides aid both at home and overseas.  The Irish Red Cross Society was established by an Act of the Oireachtas on 1st August 1939. The Inaugural meeting of the governing body of the Society, ie The Central Council was held in Dublin on 5th September, 1939. Since the Society was established in 1939, it has been responsible for changing the face of community response in many types of situations. This was evident from the setting up of the Blood Transfusion Service, the Water Safety association and the Freedom from Hunger Campaigns. With the changing demands of modern society, the Irish Red Cross Society is always looking to find solutions and develop its expertise e.g migration, health & social care.  Today the Irish Red Cross Society continues to uphold and work within the Redcross Principles by delivering a wide range of services to some of the most vulnerable people in the community through a network 90 branches countrywide.

As part of the worlds largest humanitarian movement, the Irish Red Cross provides aid both at home and overseas.

The Irish Red Cross Society was established by an Act of the Oireachtas on 1st August 1939. The Inaugural meeting of the governing body of the Society, ie The Central Council was held in Dublin on 5th September, 1939. Since the Society was established in 1939, it has been responsible for changing the face of community response in many types of situations. This was evident from the setting up of the Blood Transfusion Service, the Water Safety association and the Freedom from Hunger Campaigns. With the changing demands of modern society, the Irish Red Cross Society is always looking to find solutions and develop its expertise e.g migration, health & social care.

Today the Irish Red Cross Society continues to uphold and work within the Redcross Principles by delivering a wide range of services to some of the most vulnerable people in the community through a network 90 branches countrywide.

A Lust for Life is a national wellbeing movement to transform how we talk about and treat mental health. Their vision is a world where the wellbeing of humanity is the headliner on the main stage, and everything else, a support act. They started their life as a website, and since then, their mission has grown to Support, inspire and empower people to take care of their own minds, Change societal/cultural norms around mental health and Change societal infrastructure so that our culture and society always catch people when they fall.

A Lust for Life is a national wellbeing movement to transform how we talk about and treat mental health. Their vision is a world where the wellbeing of humanity is the headliner on the main stage, and everything else, a support act. They started their life as a website, and since then, their mission has grown to Support, inspire and empower people to take care of their own minds, Change societal/cultural norms around mental health and Change societal infrastructure so that our culture and society always catch people when they fall.

Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with an intellectual disability from the age of 4 years upwards. Special Olympics gives them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of skills and friendship with their families and the community.

Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with an intellectual disability from the age of 4 years upwards. Special Olympics gives them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of skills and friendship with their families and the community.

EAI’s purpose is to promote, safeguard and protect the interests of the members of the community in relation to endometriosis and related conditions through the provision of support and education in respect of endometriosis and through the promotion of research into and awareness of endometriosis and related conditions.

EAI’s purpose is to promote, safeguard and protect the interests of the members of the community in relation to endometriosis and related conditions through the provision of support and education in respect of endometriosis and through the promotion of research into and awareness of endometriosis and related conditions.

Peter McVerry Trust is a national homeless and housing charity, committed to tackling homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage. They provide a range of services to single people, families and children, including those exiting state care. These services range from prevention & support to homeless services, housing first, drug treatment, and Under 18s services. They offer pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of equal opportunities, dignity and respect. Peter McVerry Trust’s vision is an Ireland that supports all those on the margins and upholds their rights to full inclusion in society.

Peter McVerry Trust is a national homeless and housing charity, committed to tackling homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage. They provide a range of services to single people, families and children, including those exiting state care. These services range from prevention & support to homeless services, housing first, drug treatment, and Under 18s services. They offer pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of equal opportunities, dignity and respect. Peter McVerry Trust’s vision is an Ireland that supports all those on the margins and upholds their rights to full inclusion in society.

The VOICE advocates for the wise use of natural resources through various campaigns, including the Recycling Ambassador Programme, Conscious Cup Campaign, Zero Waste Cashel, Sick of Plastic Campaign and our policy work on the reduction of single-use plastics at an EU and national level.

The VOICE advocates for the wise use of natural resources through various campaigns, including the Recycling Ambassador Programme, Conscious Cup Campaign, Zero Waste Cashel, Sick of Plastic Campaign and our policy work on the reduction of single-use plastics at an EU and national level.

Dogs in Distress take in unwanted dogs from Pounds around Ireland and also from the Public who are no longer wanted. They neuter, vaccinate, worm and microchip all dogs in our care. They keep the dogs in Foster homes until they find them a suitable match for their forever home. Dogs In Distress finance all that is involved while in foster care.

The Irish Film Institute is Ireland’s national cultural institution for film. It provides audiences throughout Ireland with access to the finest independent, Irish and international cinema; it preserves and promotes Ireland’s moving image heritage through the IFI Irish Film Archive, and provides opportunities for audiences of all ages and backgrounds to learn and critically engage with film. The IFI comprises three core activities: to Exhibit, Preserve, and Educate, and operates in Dublin, nationally and internationally.

The Irish Film Institute is Ireland’s national cultural institution for film. It provides audiences throughout Ireland with access to the finest independent, Irish and international cinema; it preserves and promotes Ireland’s moving image heritage through the IFI Irish Film Archive, and provides opportunities for audiences of all ages and backgrounds to learn and critically engage with film. The IFI comprises three core activities: to Exhibit, Preserve, and Educate, and operates in Dublin, nationally and internationally.

Burtonport Animal Rescue is a small registered charity working to save animals in need in the Burtonport and surrounding areas, relying solely on the support of local people opening their homes and hearts as fosters. They ensure that the sick and injured animals brought to them receive the best possible veterinary treatment and care. In addition, they, spay and neuter the animals before finding them their FURever homes.

Burtonport Animal Rescue is a small registered charity working to save animals in need in the Burtonport and surrounding areas, relying solely on the support of local people opening their homes and hearts as fosters. They ensure that the sick and injured animals brought to them receive the best possible veterinary treatment and care. In addition, they, spay and neuter the animals before finding them their FURever homes.

Hugh's House provides accommodation 365 days a year to the families of children who are long-term in-patients of Temple Street, Holles Street, the Coombe and Rotunda Hospitals. They opened in May 2015 and are located less than 5 minutes' walk from both hospitals, which manage the referrals to the house.

Hugh's House provides accommodation 365 days a year to the families of children who are long-term in-patients of Temple Street, Holles Street, the Coombe and Rotunda Hospitals. They opened in May 2015 and are located less than 5 minutes' walk from both hospitals, which manage the referrals to the house.

Liffey Youth Sailing Ireland is a not for profit working to advance the education, maritime experience, and physical and mental development of children, young and adult persons. They provide opportunities for training in and experience of seamanship navigation and boat handling to help build confidence, both physically and mentally, as individuals and members of society.

Liffey Youth Sailing Ireland is a not for profit working to advance the education, maritime experience, and physical and mental development of children, young and adult persons. They provide opportunities for training in and experience of seamanship navigation and boat handling to help build confidence, both physically and mentally, as individuals and members of society.

Dublin Simon Community work to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath, Louth, Cavan, and Monaghan. We provide services at all stages of homelessness and enable people to move to a place they can call home.

Dublin Simon Community work to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath, Louth, Cavan, and Monaghan. We provide services at all stages of homelessness and enable people to move to a place they can call home.

Make-A-Wish Ireland has been creating life-changing wishes for children with serious illnesses since 1992. We believe that a wish has a lasting impact on the life of a wish child and their family. Therefore, our vision is that every child living with a life-threatening illness in Ireland is granted a wish as part of their treatment. For children battling a serious illness, a wish is more than a dream. It can be a turning point that can give them the emotional and physical strength to keep going.

Make-A-Wish Ireland has been creating life-changing wishes for children with serious illnesses since 1992. We believe that a wish has a lasting impact on the life of a wish child and their family. Therefore, our vision is that every child living with a life-threatening illness in Ireland is granted a wish as part of their treatment. For children battling a serious illness, a wish is more than a dream. It can be a turning point that can give them the emotional and physical strength to keep going.


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