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This year
'National crisis in animal welfare': post-pandemic surge in cruelty cases says ISPCA
The charity needs to raise €500,000 from members of the public so that no animal will be turned away from the care it needs.
Last year
Irish media unites for Ukraine fundraising initiative
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the government will allocate €5 million to the fund.
All time
'A pleasure on and off the field' - Fundraising appeal for young Westmeath GAA man battling cancer
Lee Wallace, 26, is suffering from an extremely rare form of bone cancer.
Dragon’s Den businessman to sell Aran Islands home and donate funds to homeless charities
The €300,000 sale will provide deposits to purchase at least 15 homes for families who are homeless.
Poll: Would you donate your body to medical science?
97 people donated their bodies to medical science in Ireland last year.
Loss of grandmother inspires Rice to launch health awareness campaign
Longford Town’s Stephen Rice and a number of League of Ireland footballers have pulled together to promote platelet donating.
These children's lives were changed thanks to one photograph
Here’s their story.
Those new Christmas socks you don't want? Someone else could use them
A number of charities are seeking donations.
World’s first live cataract surgery to be streamed from rural Malawi
Winesi will undergo a life-changing operation restoring his sight today.
IKEA is donating furniture to the Simon Communities across Ireland
Simon Communities works with over 5,000 people and families every year.
Stocks of Ireland's most common blood group are down
Almost half of the country is O+.
Age Action seeks to reunite mystery photos with owner
Do you know anything about these photographs?
Barnardos' call for unwanted Christmas presents
They say their appeal is even greater now because of a significant decrease in donations, while more and more families seek help.
"We want to remove the stigma", says founder of new soup kitchens
Oliver Williams wanted to ‘give back’ after receiving help as a teenager in London – now he has opened two Twist soup kitchens in Ireland.
One heck of a ride: Irish adventurers trekking 16,000 km from Istanbul to Shanghai
Five countries, three deserts and one mountain range will be crossed by the fundraising duo by the time they reach the east coast of China.