Entries by Jenny Quinn

Get SunSmart! Children’s Art Competition

The HSE’s National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) in collaboration with Healthy Ireland have launched the Get SunSmart! Children’s Art Competition. The competition is open to all primary school children and depending on their age category, are invited to complete the SunSmart colouring sheets or draw their own picture showing how to be SunSmart. There are […]

PRESS RELEASE: Minister O’Gorman allocates an additional €700,000 in Dormant Accounts Funding for counselling, psychotherapy and therapeutic services for children

Friday 12 May 2023 The Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, today announced the allocation of €700,000 in Dormant Accounts funding to 37 community and voluntary organisations. This additional funding increases counselling, psychotherapy and therapeutic services to children and young people experiencing social and economic disadvantage in communities around Ireland.  It […]

Barnardos Plugged in switched off Webinar – Pros/Cons of Gaming

Barnardos would like to invite you to the third webinar in their Plugged in Switched off series on Wednesday, 17th of May at 10.00-11.30. Based on feedback from last year’s event, this year Barnardos are focusing on the topic of gaming. At our 90 minute webinar, we will hear insights from the Barnardos Online Safety Programme […]

Youth Basketball Initiative in Navan Starting Monday 15th May

Meath Local Sports Partnership, Involve Youth Meath & Basketball Ireland are running a 4 week Basketball programme for young people. This programme will be fun, will contain games, drills, skills and matches and be delivered over 4 weeks by qualified coaches from Meath LSP & Basketball Ireland. Participants will be given the option to complete […]

Kells Foroige Youth Café Celebrates a successful First Year in Operation

Kells Foroige Youth Café is a volunteer led youth club held in Kells Family Resource Centre. We meet once a week on Mondays from 6.30 to 8pm. We promote inclusion, socialisation, equality and active participation.  All young people from Kells and surrounding areas can attend the Youth Cafe. We have young people from all back […]