we are a group of ordinary everyday people with our own familys and jobs interests and commitments, we are mostly all living here in kinsale but a few of our committee travel from the other side of Cork City to help out on what is a local charity that has been set up to assist a young boy to reach goals and dreams which might otherwise be impossible for him to reach as a result of his Cerebral Palsy, which is only one of Jaydens medical conditions
More info on https://www.facebook.com/FundraisingForJayden
Dog Action Welfare Group, known as Cork DAWG, is a charitable organisation founded in 2008. Created and run primarily by a network of volunteers concerned with the welfare of abandoned, abused and ill-treated dogs in Cork, we aim through our collective experience to improve the lives of Cork’s dogs and to educate the public on dog welfare and dog ownership.
More info on http://www.dogactionwelfaregroup.ie/dawg/
Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby is dedicated to helping socially, mentally and physically disadvantaged children across the British Isles live happier, richer lives. We partner with the global rugby fraternity, utilising the power of the sport to raise the much needed funds that are required to give all children across the UK a sporting chance.
Website : https://www.woodenspoon.org.uk/
In partnership with the Irish Youth Foundation, we have chosen eight homeless charities that will benefit from the funds we raise this Friday. Over 1,400 retailers are participating and will ask their customers to add €1 to every shopping bill. It is the first time that the major homeless charities- Focus Ireland, Simon Communities, Peter McVerry Trust and SVP- have come together behind one campaign and people can also give online or by text. We are thankful to all these retailers, charities and partners, including PML, who donated over €50,000 worth of free advertising space around the country. Special mention must also go to Irish International, FleishmanHillard, PayPal and COS. One for Ireland is a National day of action to address the biggest issue facing Irish society.