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ISPCC Childline highlights support for Mayo children and families preparing for return to school

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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.

Rotary Club presents cheques to local charities

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Castlebar Rotary Club would like to thank all the members of the public who supported the Rotary Tree of Remembrance which was held last Christmas.

Aurivio partners with ISPCC

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Customers in all of Aurivo’s 33 Homeland stores across the northwest will be offered a chance to support the ISPCC with an option to add a donation of €1 at the till for one week from Monday December 12 to Sunday December 19.

Childline volunteers wanted in Mayo

ISPCC Castlebar, Mayo, is recruiting Childline volunteers for 2016. ISPCC Childline volunteers are trained to listen and support children and young people via phone, web, and text. It is looking for volunteers who are child-centred and believe in being there to listen to children and young people in a non-judgmental way. Following training volunteers will need to be able to commit to one four-hour shift per week.

Charity table quiz for ISPCC, Special Olympics, and IYF

A charity table quiz, to raise funds for ISPCC, the Special Olympics Ireland, and the National Youth Foundation takes place on Tuesday July 21 at 8pm at the Loft at Seven, Bridge Street.

Charity table quiz for ISPCC, Special Olympics, and IYF

A charity table quiz, to raise funds for ISPCC, the Special Olympics Ireland, and the National Youth Foundation takes place on Tuesday July 21 at 8pm at the Loft at Seven, Bridge Street.

ISPCC Anti-Bullying corner

The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) has now firmly established March as its anti-bullying awareness month, of which our blue Shield is the symbol. Throughout March a series of articles will be run in the Mayo Advertiser looking at the topic.

Personal stories bring human face of ISPCC work to the fore

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Last Friday morning, the ISPCC in Mayo hosted a launch of its outcomes for its work in 2014. The charity provides a wide ranging sweep of services to both parents and children throughout the county. While these events can be fact filled, but unmemorable affairs, the personal stories told by users of the services that they provide, outlined in crystal clear words the work that is carried out by the ISPCC in Mayo and the effect it has on those who use the service.

ISPCC Mayo is looking for volunteers

Do you have some spare time and want to volunteer with one of the most worthwhile charities in the country? Then the ISPCC Mayo has the role for you. ISPCC Mayo is currently recruiting people for two different volunteer roles, in either Childline or the ISPCC advocacy role.

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.

 

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