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From TheJournal.ie This woman needs 3,000 tenners to save her life Lyme Disease

This woman needs 3,000 tenners to save her life

Denise Ryan said treatment in America is her “last chance”.

From TheJournal.ie How Christmas baubles are being used to tackle homelessness this winter Wicklow

How Christmas baubles are being used to tackle homelessness this winter

The ‘Bikes and Baubles’ initiative saw a pine tree in the Wicklow mountains decorated for Christmas.

From TheJournal.ie Iona Institute in €10,000 Christmas fundraising drive Marriage Equality

Iona Institute in €10,000 Christmas fundraising drive

David Quinn has written to supporters ahead of next year’s marriage equality debate.

From TheJournal.ie Nonprofits are showing their books to reassure donors Fundraising

Nonprofits are showing their books to reassure donors

A new report found that the sector employs over 100,000 people.

From TheJournal.ie Jobs at risk as Rehab cuts back on fundraising and lotteries activities Redundancies

Jobs at risk as Rehab cuts back on fundraising and lotteries activities

As many as 40 jobs could be affected.

From TheJournal.ie Google starts helping the fight against Ebola by donating €8 million Fundraising

Google starts helping the fight against Ebola by donating €8 million

The search engine giant launched a public fundraising campaign where it will contribute $2 for every $1 donated to the fund.

From TheJournal.ie The man behind Movember on why not-for-profit is a 'bullsh*t term' Mo Money

The man behind Movember on why not-for-profit is a 'bullsh*t term'

And how a four-man operation used fun – rather than fear tactics – to become a global fundraising juggernaut.

From TheJournal.ie Scared of flying? What about piloting a plane blind? Donegal

Scared of flying? What about piloting a plane blind?

Jennifer Doherty flew a plane to raise awareness of the Donegal Centre for Independent Living.

From TheJournal.ie Irish donations to charity are up, but we're less generous than the UK Show Me The Money

Irish donations to charity are up, but we're less generous than the UK

Irish people donated over €800 million to charitable organisations in 2012.

From TheJournal.ie Doctors to train like airline pilots in simulation centres Practice Makes Perfect

Doctors to train like airline pilots in simulation centres

The centre will recreate real life clinical scenarios using simulation models.

From The42 Here's the GAA-themed selfie campaign hoping to raise funds for the Alan Kerins Projects Great Cause

Here's the GAA-themed selfie campaign hoping to raise funds for the Alan Kerins Projects

Armagh great Steven McDonnell has come up with a brilliant fundraising idea.

From TheJournal.ie The most popular crowdfunding site globally has launched in Ireland today Crowdfunding

The most popular crowdfunding site globally has launched in Ireland today

Kickstarter will now allow Irish creators to submit their project directly, which will go live for funding next month.

From TheJournal.ie More than £1 million floods in to support dog shelter destroyed by blaze Manchester

More than £1 million floods in to support dog shelter destroyed by blaze

The fire claimed the lives of 53 animals and a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with it.

From TheJournal.ie Splash! James Reilly does the Ice Bucket Challenge Icy Dip

Splash! James Reilly does the Ice Bucket Challenge

He took an icy shower near his constituency office in Swords.

From TheJournal.ie The Ice Bucket Challenge has 'touched the lives of people with MND and made them smile' Fundraising

The Ice Bucket Challenge has 'touched the lives of people with MND and made them smile'

The Ice Bucket Challenge has surpassed the no make-up selfie craze.

From TheJournal.ie 'There's a little boy or girl in your community who's going to bed cold or going to school hungry' Support

'There's a little boy or girl in your community who's going to bed cold or going to school hungry'

Barnardos says that ‘without the generosity of volunteers we would not be able to reach the children who need our support’.

From TheJournal.ie Seriously ill 4-year-old Gavin undergoes lifesaving cancer surgery in Texas Gavin Glynn

Seriously ill 4-year-old Gavin undergoes lifesaving cancer surgery in Texas

Doctors removed two tumours from Gavin Glynn in the pioneering surgery yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie Abbey Theatre told to tour more, hire creatives and diversify productions to make money GET THE CASH IN

Abbey Theatre told to tour more, hire creatives and diversify productions to make money

During 2009 and 2014, revenues fell by 17 per cent, while public funding fell by 26 per cent.

From TheJournal.ie Want to help a young boy whose bike was stolen? Good Cause

Want to help a young boy whose bike was stolen?

Barnardos has launched an online fundraising campaign to buy a bike for a young boy after his was stolen yesterday. His family cannot afford a new one.

From TheJournal.ie 'We need your help to save my boy', father of child who needs life saving cancer surgery in the US Myboy

'We need your help to save my boy', father of child who needs life saving cancer surgery in the US

Gavin Glynn has been fighting cancer since he was 17 months old, there are no more options for him in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'We don’t just want to build a hospice in Wicklow - it has to be the most beautiful place' Fundraising

'We don’t just want to build a hospice in Wicklow - it has to be the most beautiful place'

The Wicklow Hospice Foundation is celebrating after exceeding its fundraising target of €3 million.

From TheJournal.ie 'We've told children we're here for them 24/7 - if charity crisis continues we won't be' Childline

'We've told children we're here for them 24/7 - if charity crisis continues we won't be'

Ahead of the charity’s AGM in Dublin today, the ISPCC said it is now at breaking point and could be forced to close Childline at night – when children need them most.

From TheJournal.ie Childline is at "breaking point" as donations continue to plummet Funding

Childline is at "breaking point" as donations continue to plummet

Some volunteers say they have been abused when fundraising by members of the public.

From TheJournal.ie Fall in donations hits Bóthar as 7 out of 19 staff made redundant Charities

Fall in donations hits Bóthar as 7 out of 19 staff made redundant

The founder of the charity described the situation as “regrettable”.

From TheJournal.ie Home and abroad, 80,000 turn out to walk from 'Darkness into Light' [pics] Before Sunrise

Home and abroad, 80,000 turn out to walk from 'Darkness into Light' [pics]

There was a larger than expected turnout for the annual event, to raise funds for suicide charity Pieta House. Events were also held in London and Sydney this year.

From TheJournal.ie Beaumont Hospital gets an art walk exhibition Corridor Art

Beaumont Hospital gets an art walk exhibition

All the art works are available to buy.

From TheJournal.ie This gorgeous film will move you to help abandoned children Anya

This gorgeous film will move you to help abandoned children

The Oscar-nominated Brown Bag Films were moved to spend 14 months creating this gem to support To Russia With Love.

Little girl makes "bucket list" of things to see before she goes blind, Internet helps out

Little Molly Bent from Manchester was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease last December.

From TheJournal.ie 50 friends raise €32,000 during swim challenge for friend in a coma Swim For Pádraig

50 friends raise €32,000 during swim challenge for friend in a coma

Pádraig Schaler has been in a coma since last summer, and is receiving treatment in Germany.

From TheJournal.ie Almost 400,000 fewer people gave to charity over Christmas Donations

Almost 400,000 fewer people gave to charity over Christmas

However, donations are up, with people giving larger amounts.

From TheJournal.ie This year's "waterproof" Daffodil Day won't be affected by bad weather Cancer Society

This year's "waterproof" Daffodil Day won't be affected by bad weather

Organisers say they have reassessed how they fundraise after torrential weather on the day caused donations to drop by 50 per cent last year.

From TheJournal.ie NTMA grabs €500m from markets T Time

NTMA grabs €500m from markets

Ireland looks likely to continue cash raising drive as low interest rates persist.

From TheJournal.ie Schools 'cannot be run' on current level of funding Fundraising

Schools 'cannot be run' on current level of funding

The INTO made the comments after it emerged that eight schools in Ireland received almost €50,000 extra funding from the State in 2012.

From TheJournal.ie Following the crowd: How crowdfunding changed the way projects are made Crowd Puller

Following the crowd: How crowdfunding changed the way projects are made

At a time where funds are tighter, crowdfunding has provided an important way for projects to get funding, but is it the future?

From TheJournal.ie Fear of closure continues at Irish Seed Savers as fundraising slower than expected €250k

Fear of closure continues at Irish Seed Savers as fundraising slower than expected

The organisation requires €250,000 to secure its future.

From TheJournal.ie WATCH: Glen Hansard and Bono busk on Grafton St for Simon Community Busking

WATCH: Glen Hansard and Bono busk on Grafton St for Simon Community

Hansard asked those listening to “dig in and keep a few people off the street”.

From TheJournal.ie New charity index reveals Ireland’s top 100 highest earning charities Charity

New charity index reveals Ireland’s top 100 highest earning charities

St Vincent’s Health Care, which the PAC says has questions to answer over its finances, is the highest earning charity in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Fundraising 'down 40 per cent' as top-up controversy continues Donation Drop

Fundraising 'down 40 per cent' as top-up controversy continues

A steep decline in donations is being recorded, following the revelations about the CRC and other Section 38 agencies.