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  • Rape Crisis Network Ireland and CARI

    Protecting vulnerable Children: The ICA supports the work of the Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) and Children At Risk in Ireland (CARI) and attended the launch in October 2013 of the joint report “Hearing Child Survivors of Sexual Violence: towards a national response”. The report looks at the experiences of 192 RCC/CARI service users under the […]

  • TORL

    GIVE TWO MINUTES NOW TO PUT PIMPS, TRAFFICKERS AND ORGANISED CRIME OUT OF BUSINESS Ireland’s opportunity to Turn Off the Red Light has arrived – but we need your help! The FACTS are: Half of trafficking victims are children most are sexually exploited 48 trafficking victims found in Ireland in 2012 250m Euro a year […]

  • The Alzheimer Cafe

    Alzheimer Café, The Glasshouse Hotel, Sligo The Alzheimer Café is a safe and relaxed place where people with dementia, their families and health care professionals can come together to talk, share and learn.Alzheimer Café mornings are free and anyone affected by dementia is welcome to attend. An Alzheimer café is a monthly gathering where persons […]

  • Recovery Walk Ireland

  • The Women’s Therapy Centre

    PSYCHOTHERAPY AND COUNSELLING Psychotherapy for individual women The Women’s Therapy Centre is an agency set up to provide a specialist service that responds to the particular needs and experiences of women clients. Our core service is the provision of accessible psychotherapy and counselling for women. What is psychotherapy? A therapist will listen thoughtfully, in confidence and without judgment, to […]

  • Tools for Solidarity

    Tools for Solidarity is a voluntary charitable organisation based in Belfast and Downpatrick which supports artisans and communities in some of the poorest countries in the world by providing high quality refurbished hand tools and machines. Tools For Solidarity collects, refurbishes and ships out old and unwanted hand tools and sewing machines to skilled tradespeople […]

  • Third Age

    About Third Age Third Age is a national voluntary organisation celebrating the third age in life when people may no longer be in paid employment, but can remain healthy, fulfilled and continue to contribute to society. The longer that people are encouraged to remain in this life stage, the better for older people themselves, their […]

  • Vita

    Our History With the support of Mother Theresa, Father Kevin Doheny founded Vita in 1989. Originally called Refugee Trust International (RFI), it focused on providing support to refugees in the Horn of Africa. As the area’s refugee issues decreased, RFI began to focus more on reducing extreme poverty and vulnerability and increasing the sustainability of […]

  • Samaritans

    About the Samaritans The Samaritans are a charity that provide non-judgemental, fully confidental support to those who are feeling low, struggling and need someone to talk to. They are best known for their work to reduce suicide but they are there for anyone who is feeling down. No problem is too big or too small. […]

  • Cuisle Centre

    Block Road,Portlaoise,Co. Laois 057-8681492cuislecentre@eircom.netwww.cuislecentre.com The Cuisle Centre  Founded in 2004, the Cuisle Centre is a registered charity offereing professional support to people diagnosed with cancer and to their families. Mission Statement  “To provide a warm, safe and welcoming environment for people diagnosed with cancer and their families affected by it.” We encourage anyone affected by […]

  • Oxfam Ireland

    Oxfam is a world-wide development organization that mobilizes the power of people against poverty.  Oxfam Ireland is one of 17 Oxfam affiliate organisations around the world working together in 92 countries as part of a global network of people and organisations.  We’ve been in Ireland for over 50 years and have 140 staff, 1,000 volunteers […]

  • Treoir

    Treoir is a membership organisation which promotes the rights and welfare of unmarried parents and their children in Ireland. Treoir is the Irish word for direction or guidance. They chose this title for their organisation as they give clear up-to-date information free of charge to parents who are not married to each other and those […]

  • Pieta House

    Feeling Suicidal You are not the first person to feel suicidal.  Everyone at some time in their life can feel suicidal.  But you must realise that you do not want to die – you just want to stop the feelings and the pain. It is important to be aware that these negative feelings and pain […]

  • The Irish Hopsice Foundation

    Summary We are a national charity working in every county of Ireland. Every one of us will be touched by some, or all, of our work. We receive no core state funding so your voluntary fundraising is critical. We are working for children and families everywhere. Demand for our programmes has grown – and continues […]