Acquired Brain Injury Ireland’s On With Life Programme has launched a new programme for anyone caring for a loved one with brain injury to help with their transition to employment, training or education. The On With Training and Employment programme aims to support carers and family carers who wish to begin or return to employment, training and education
Narrative 4 in partnership with Consilient Health are currently offering free spaces on their certified Facilitator Training programme to teachers in DEIS schools in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow. This is an evidence-based SEL tool that teaches empathy, listening and communication skills to youth.
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.
Any nonprofit organisation in Ireland, whether a charity, Company Limited by Guarantee, sports club or social enterprise, can enter its annual report and financial statements into the Awards for free and it will receive individual feedback to help improve future annual reports.
safeTALK Training (Suicide Alertness for Everyone) is for persons over 18 and free of charge. Training is for those living or working in Community Healthcare Dublin South, Kildare and West Wicklow. Booking is essential.
Have employees and volunteers in your organisation attended the training courses they require? Ireland has over 500,000 nonprofit workers, paid and unpaid, who need relevant skills to excel in their roles. It is vital that conditions are created to enable these workers to attend training courses to update their current skills and learn new ones.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is supporting the Irish Kidney Association (IKA) in encouraging road users to register as organ donors (should they so wish) ahead of this year’s Organ Donor Awareness Week, taking place from 20-27 May.
The event was organised by the Irish Kidney Association, supported by Organ Donation Transplant Ireland & location host St. Vincent’s University Hospital, to mark Global Surgery Day on Thursday, 25th May, which coincides with Organ Donor Awareness Week, to celebrate the contribution of transplant surgeons & their valued lifesaving role.
After their successful exploits at the World Transplant Games last month in Perth, the Australian Ambassador held a special reception to honour Transplant Team Ireland at the Australian Embassy & mark the end of Organ Donor Awareness Week.
UCD wants you - time to "Think Again" for women on low income, aged 23 or over, and who want to go to university. UCD is proud to be the first university to launch the Think Again programme. The programme is for women on low income, aged 23 or over, who want to study part-time or full-time for a degree.
Call for Applications 2023 - Apprentice Trainers on the SHEP Social Awareness and Community Empowerment Course. We are currently organising a selection process to identify a small number of suitably qualified people to join the SHEP Facilitator Panel for the Social Awareness and Community Empowerment training course.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) are seeking the public’s support to help the national blood supply as most blood groups have fallen to just 3 days in recent weeks. The IBTS aims to have 7 days stock at all times.
Two-thirds of all adults have had never heard of Ireland’s new Assisted Decision-making law, or have any knowledge of what it is about. The finding has prompted Safeguarding Ireland to call for a major public drive on understanding and applying the law, which came into effect in April.
The groups are facilitated by Diabetes Ireland Health Professionals, a Nurse or Dietitian, and kept to a maximum of 12 participants in a relaxed environment sharing and hearing people’s own experiences.
We are thrilled to announce that the 100k in 30 Days for Breast Cancer is back for June 2023 and we are delighted to be teaming up with the Marie Keating Foundation with funds raised going towards the vital Breast Cancer Services they provide.
Tinnitus affects about 10-15% of the people and 2-3% of these people are severely distressed by their ear sounds. Although there is no cure for tinnitus at this point, there are ways to manage your tinnitus. One of the most powerful ways is by finding your tinnitus community.
Join the Ocean to City team as a volunteer and get a look at what happens behind the scenes of Cork’s big day out on the water. Whether you’d like to help on shore, on the water, in the city or in the harbour – we would love to hear from you!
A spray that can be used to make bioplastics compostable at home; an app that resulted in 3,500 trees being planted by young people; and an outdoor edible classroom to give students a place to ‘learn and grow’ were among the 24 eco-projects recognised at this year’s annual ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards (YEA).
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