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# Charity

This year
Tens of thousands take part in Darkness Into Light
Removal of Mount Street camp is 'like putting a plaster on a wound'
The Lighthouse in Dublin is providing food and other services for hundreds of asylum seekers every day.
Two young sisters from Dublin organise Easter egg drive for children in Temple Street Hospital
Remembering Charlie Bird: A champion of awareness for Motor Neurone Disease
Lillian McGovern
Garda cleared of wrongdoing in giving bicycle to elderly man during pandemic
Over 90,000 calls were made to St Vincent de Paul last year from people seeking help with food
Last year
Barnardos appeal for unwanted Christmas gifts to help fund the charity's work
'It can be a very difficult time for many': Appeal to look out for older people this Christmas
Peter McVerry Trust to receive €4 million this week in first tranche of emergency Govt funding
Boygenius release single in honour of Sinéad O'Connor, proceeds going to Dublin charity
Housing charity regulator appoints financial inspectors to Peter McVerry Trust
Over 250 parents contacted SVP every day last week about back-to-school costs
Over 580 people with mental health difficulties supported with housing last year
Peter McVerry Trust informs Department of Housing of 'potential financial issues' at charity
84% support for tougher action against charities in event of wrongdoing
Tens of thousands take part in Darkness Into Light events across the country
At least 85 people killed after crowd surge at Yemen charity distribution
'We've seen more working people and others who wouldn't be homeless in normal circumstances'
Mayo charity could 'decide' whether to invite inspectors due to legal loophole, Dáil hears
Donkey from animal cruelty video has been rescued by charity as Gardaí investigate
All time
Childline volunteer: I have been able to help kids in trouble the way I was helped
Jonathan Ryan
Poll: Are you volunteering or donating to charity this Christmas?
'It's nostalgia - it's like no other radio station I've ever been on': Inside Christmas FM
Charity asks France, Spain, Greece for help with rescued migrants
Charlie Bird thanks thousands for ‘day of kindness’ while presenting €3.3 million to charities
Nearly 90% of Irish adults have donated to charity this year, with almost half supporting Ukraine
Poll: Have you donated money to support Ukraine?
Boris Johnson says suggestion he intervened in animal airlift is ‘total rhubarb’
Opinion: Three charity workers share how Covid changed fundraising without dampening spirits
We Act Campaign
Over 1,200 dinners to be delivered to older people living alone on Christmas Day
Dublin homeless charity to be liquidated following sexual assault allegations
'I was vulnerable': Man who alleges he was assaulted by Anthony Flynn speaks out
Dublin's homelessness authority wants ICHH to be wound up 'as soon as possible'
Social Democrats TD has 'declined' offer to take up role as chair of ICHH board
Council calls for independent review into Dublin homeless charity to be concluded and published
Regulator appoints inspectors to investigate BirdWatch Ireland
Dublin homeless charity suspends employee as inquiry launched over 'serious matters'
Ex-charity chief spent ‘excessive and inappropriate’ amount on dining and travel
Opinion: Bogus clothes collecting denying legitimate charities access to much needed funds
Dermot McGilloway
100 ducklings rehomed by charity after short-lived social media trend