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Runners at the ready! Childline volunteers in Mayo are calling on individuals, families, clubs and communities across the county to join them this summer in conquering the ‘Way to 5K’ challenge and help make a vital difference in children’s lives.
ISPCC Childline has received the full support of Irish country music stars, including Daniel O’Donnell, Nathan Carter, and many more, with the launch of the ‘Reach Out’ single in aid of the 24 hour active listening service for children.
Mayo tour guide, Barry Hopkins, is preparing to put wheels in motion tomorrow, Saturday, December 5, on a challenge to help keep Childline listening to children and young people across Ireland this winter and beyond.
For some children and young people in Galway and across Ireland, Childline is a lifeline.
ISPCC Childline has welcomed the announcement of plans for children’s return to school later this month in Mayo and across the country and outlined details of support for parents, carers, children and young people preparing for the transition back to the classroom.
Childline, Ireland’s 24 hour active listening service for children and young people, answered 72,701 calls, online contacts and texts from children and young people in County Westmeath and across the country during the period of peak COVID-19 restrictions.
Events co-ordinator Emma McNulty from Swinford, is making a difference for children and young people across Ireland this summer by taking on a 100km challenge for ISPCC Childline.
Childline, Ireland’s national listening service for children and young people, is now recruiting for volunteers in Mayo.
Have you ever considered offering a listening ear to a child or young person who seeks support?
Childline available 24 / 7 to students receiving their Leaving Certificate results and all young people
With thousands receiving their Leaving Certificate results this week, the ISPCC has reminded all young people that Childline is here to listen 24 hours a day, every day.