Brahma Kumaris Ireland offers an education in human, moral and spiritual values. To meet the challenge of change, it initiates dialogue and presents a fresh vision of the future. It recognises the intrinsic goodness of all human beings and teaches meditation to help each one rediscover their inner resources and strengths. All our events / courses are free of charge as a community service.
An evidence-based technique that has proven to be helpful with a wide range of individuals and issues ranging from customer service to mental health. Most importantly, it is a tool that can be used on an everyday basis to improve communication and empathy.
Unlock young people's potential with our transformative Social Innovation programmes, designed to cultivate essential skills such as resilience, self-acceptance, optimism, empathy, and self-efficacy, empowering them to impact their communities positively and beyond!
Our one-year Level 9 QQI Certificate in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education is now accepting applications for the September 2023 intake. The aim of this programme is to equip you with an up-to-date, cutting edge training in teaching and learning in a higher education setting.
The HSE provide free suicide intervention/prevention training in Dublin South East, Dublin South and Wicklow. All of our training programmes (LivingWorks Start, safeTALK, Understanding Self-Harm, ASIST, Suicide Bereavement Training) are for over 18s only and there is no charge to the participant.
The TikTok Digital Future Fund in partnership with Rethink Ireland is a €750,000 Fund set up in order to back Irish non-profit organisations that work to build digital and creative skills to support marginalised young people aged 15-24 who wish to upskill and/or enter employment.
We are asking you to take on our Suir Blueway Walk on September 23rd 2023 to support our work as we strive to ensure that all autistic people get the SAME CHANCE in life! It is simple, join our walk, its 21 kms from Carrick on Suir to Clonmel on Saturday 23rd September.
Stop Food Waste is the national campaign to reduce household food waste in Ireland, managed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Stop Food Waste run awareness-raising initiatives to share easy tips and resources on how we can make the most of our food, keep it fresher for longer and avoid food waste.
Are you ready to join Childline by ISPCC’s latest virtual challenge, Pawsitive Steps for Children? Challenge yourself and your pup to walk 75km this September and get active all while raising funds for Childline. Lets all get behind this Pup-Powered Fundraising Challenge!
The Limerick Bike Hub is a volunteer-based collaboration between Limerick City and County Council, Doras and PAUL Partnership. It facilitates a way for bicycles to be donated before being repaired or upgraded then then provided free of charge to beneficiaries of temporary protection from Ukraine and international protection applicants, including people in Direct Provision.
On Saturday 23rd September, join people all over Ireland for The Big Splash for Aware. Along with benefitting your own mental and physical health by taking part, it offers a lovely opportunity to get friends, family and local communities together for a bit of fun – all while raising vital funds for our services.
Between World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10th) and World Mental Health Day (October 10th), Pieta is calling on SMEs and communities across Ireland to Go Amber. Go Amber is Pieta’s vibrant new fundraising drive, uniting Irish SMEs and communities as beacons of hope.
We can all Clear Our Paths to make accessible communities. Many of the temporary obstacles that cause difficulties for people when getting around our villages, towns and cities can be removed and prevented if we were all more conscious of our actions.
Benchspace Cork is a not-for-profit enterprise offering access to equipment and space, fostering local creative industries. We invite you to participate in this important discussion on our expansion and ask you to share it amongst your colleagues & friends.
There will be a great concert in aid of Turn2Me with the brilliant Belle Harmonics Pop Rock Choir on the 29th September in the Pepper Cannister Church. Doors open at 7pm and the concert starts at 7:30pm. All funds raised will go towards Turn2Me, a national charity that offers people free counselling services.
Would you like to help raise vital funds to help Hygiene Hub supply essential hygiene items to those in need? To launch this year’s National Hygiene Week, we are asking you to set yourself a challenge and Hike for Hygiene on September 2nd to fundraise in aid of Hygiene Hub.
Gerard Fitzpatrick, MD of Fusion Training, is offering his first book, Effective Group Leadership (Orpen Press, 2016) as a free pdf download. The book was very favourably reviewed in a wide range of journals and has been hailed as an invaluable resource to those facilitating groups in the community & voluntary sector.
Step Ahead Plus is our free, national vocational assessment and rehabilitation service. It is for adults with an acquired brain injury who want to return to work, training or education. Step Ahead Plus will help identify changes you can make in how you work or study.
Our free courses are for anyone aged 18+ with an interest in recovery and mental health. The topics of the courses are created and delivered by people with lived experience, family members and staff working within the mental health services. This is called co-production and means that everyone has a say in what goes in to the courses.
Join us to develop your understanding of how the relationships you build in your daily routine practice will impact positively on health & wellbeing outcomes for your patients and service users/clients. Using our ABLE brief intervention model, you will also learn how to manage your time and boundaries for your own wellbeing.