Companies Must Do More To Protect Children Online – Regulation Is Imperative — ISPCC

THE ISPCC has welcomed the launch of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Children and Youth Affairs’ Report on Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults and urged the government to implement the recommendations for keeping children and young people safe online. However, the report does not go far enough. Statutory regulations for providers of online […]

ISPCC Childline Launch Campaign To Get Children Talking

ISPCC Childline in partnership with Vodafone Ireland Foundation today launches ‘Headbomz’, a slightly gory, massively squelchy and ultimately standout schools programme, as part of a national awareness campaign aimed at children aged eight to ten years, to remind them that ‘Talking Makes Us Stronger’. The launch sees the roll-out of an innovative song and video […]

Childline Volunteers Will Answer Over 1,100 Calls On Christmas Day

Last Christmas day, Childline received 1,176 calls from children in distress. Children scared, neglected, sad, or lonely. Christmas day is just another day for so many children all over Ireland, which is why we’re here for children all day, every day. Every year, the incredible Childline volunteers give up their Christmas. They sacrifice their time […]

ISPCC offers tips to parents on helping young people in advance of Leaving Cert results

The ISPCC has today issued tips to help parents support young people who are receiving their Leaving Cert results next week. Director of Services, Caroline O’Sullivan, stated: “Although there will be a lot of students who are happy with their results and looking forward to the next stepping stone in life, this week can be […]

Applegreen #Euro4Kids In Aid Of The ISPCC- Just €1 Can Help A Vulnerable Child

On Friday August 5th, customers in all of Applegreen’s 104 stores nationwide will be offered a chance to support the ISPCC with an option to add a donation of €1 at the till.  It’s a simple way to make a real difference in the life of a child. You can find a list of all […]

National Parents Week 2015 14th-20th September

Today, Parentline and ISPCC are joining together to launch National Parents Week 2015 (14th–20th September) and are urging parents not to be afraid to ask for help with parenting. While being a parent is an incredibly rewarding experience, Parentline and ISPCC know how challenging and at times, stressful parenting can be. Over the years both […]

Jedward Among Highest Rated Charity Ambassadors In 2011

o              Jedward, Roy Keane and Keith Duffy among most successful charity ambassadors   o              Today FM’s Shave or Dye most admired charity campaign in 2011   o              Attracting funding and donations is greatest challenge facing third sector leaders in 2012   o              36% of charities experienced an increase in volunteers last year     Eurovision […]

Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week

The 5th Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week takes place next month from Monday October 3rd – Sunday October 9th as thousands of people around the country host and attend breakfasts in homes, schools, offices and crèches to raise much-needed funds for the ISPCC Childline service. Ireland’s football captain, Robbie Keane, took the time out to […]

ISPCC Charity Cycle Dubliners Calling All LIMERICK Cyclists to Rise to the Challenge

Last Sunday, 19th June over 50 cyclists took to the roads and cycled the scenic Dublin Bay route from Bray to Howth and back again all in aid of the ISPCC mentoring services.  The ISPCC cycle, is proudly supported by Capita, Ireland’s leading outsourcing company. The ISPCC is now calling all cycling enthusiasts in Limerick, […]

ISPCC Charity Cycle UL, Killaloe, Clare Glens, UL, Safety Announcment

A 70Km charity cycle from UL to Killaloe and Clare Glens and back again will take place this Sunday 26th June at 10am in aid of the ISPCC mentoring services in Limerick. The cycle will start from the University of Limerick, and will continue along towards Killaloe and back through Newport and then onto Clare […]

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