The One Percent Difference campaign, which aims to increase the level of charitable giving in Ireland, today kicked off its advertising programme with a series of radio advertisements.
The second round of Caring Communities grants run by the Community Foundation for Ireland is now accepting applications.
There are four distinct categories in this round:
The latest research into the level of charitable giving in Ireland shows a fall in corporate and private donations.
Santander has launched the second year of its Social Development Awards in Northern Ireland which will provide grants worth £280,000 in 2013.
Coca-Cola Ireland has launched the 2013 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund, offering €125,000 to non-profit organisations in Ireland.
The Irish minister responsible for the competition for a new lottery operator has gone back on a previous commitment that the amount of money going to good causes would not be affected by the chang
A snapshot of charitable giving by companies in Ireland shows that there was a significant increase in in-kind donations and volunteering between 2011 and 2012.
Social Development Minister, Nelson McCausland, has announced three appointments to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland board.
The National Giving Campaign in Ireland, which has been rebranded as the One Percent Difference Campaign, has extended its deadline for charities to be included on its website to 27 May 2013.
The 2013 American Ireland Fund Gala in New York last week exceeded its target by $500,000 in raising $3 million in support of The Worldwide Ireland Funds&rs
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