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Volunteer for Childline and you can make a difference in a child’s life

In the space of time it will take you to read this line, a child has called the Childline service to talk about something that is concerning him/her. Children contact Childline for many reasons. Some want to talk about their lives, others are worried, some children are afraid, or lonely. Their worries could include family issues, school concerns, relationship problems, sexuality, abuse, depression, or mental health concerns.

Volunteer for Childline and you can make a difference in a child’s life

In the space of time it will take you to read this line, a child has called the Childline service to talk about something that is concerning him/her. Children contact Childline for many reasons. Some want to talk about their lives, others are worried, some children are afraid, or lonely. Their worries could include family issues, school concerns, relationship problems, sexuality, abuse, depression, or mental health concerns.

‘At Your Service’ star for BPW Summer Lunch in aid of Childline Galway

Francis Brennan, well known hotelier, author and star of "At Your Service" TV programme on RTÉ will speak at this year’s BPW Galway Summer Lunch.

Childline struggles to cope because it does not have funds to train more volunteers

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An organisation, which provides a 24 hour listening service for young people up to the age of 18, is unable to answer one in three calls because it does not have enough funds to train additional volunteers.

Telephone counselling service open until the new year

Telephone counselling and support service Connect is to extend its hours during Christmas to open every evening from now until Sunday January 4, 2015.

Mayo abuse survivors seek telephone counselling support

A telephone counselling service for abuse survivors says eight per cent of all calls received by it this year were from Mayo.

Movie and cartoon quiz for families

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A CHARITY movie and cartoon quiz for children and families takes place in the Róisín Dubh on Sunday November 23 from 2pm.

Table quiz in aid of ISPCC Childline

A table quiz to raise funds for the ISPCC Childline takes place in The Stock Exchange Bar, Shop Street, on Wednesday at 7pm.

Mayo ISPCC looking for volunteers

Suicide charity urges parents to reassure worried students of unconditional love

Parents of exam students are being urged to reassure their children that they will be loved and valued irrespective of their results in the Junior or Leaving Certificate.

 

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