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Ecclesiastical Insurance and Benefact Group set ambition to become the UK’s biggest corporate donor.

Owned by a registered charity, Benefact Trust, Benefact Group is already the fourth-largest corporate donor to charity in the UK1 and gives all its available profits to good causes. The Group’s...

Charity Classification – Public consultation and Information Session Event

The Charities Regulator is working to further improve its ability to report meaningfully, accurately and to provide greater clarity and transparency in relation to the charity sector. With this aim...

Entries for the #GoodCausesAwards 2022 are now open!

The National Lottery is seeking entries to this year's Good Causes Awards. The competition will culminate with a National Final awards ceremony which will take place in Autumn 2022. https://www.charitiesinstituteireland.ie/news/news/403/403-Entries-for-the-GoodCausesAwards-2022-are-now-open...

The Charities Regulator publishes third Statement of Strategy focussing on proportionate regulation and greater communication...

The Charities Regulator has today launched its third Statement of Strategy, which includes a new classification standard for charities and the provision of more support material and guidance to ensure...

HSE cut €108,000 in funding from mental health charity over poor ‘value for money’

Mental health service Hesed House in Inchicore at centre of governance concerns. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/hse-cut-108-000-in-funding-from-mental-health-charity-over-poor-value-for-money-1.4789221

Singer Dermot Kennedy raises whopping €200,000 for Irish charities

Dublin singer Dermot Kennedy has raised over €200,000 for Irish charities after playing four sold-out shows at Dublin's 3Arena in December. The Rathcoole native shared his delight on social media,...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) UK has become a new member of the International Council...

Commenting on the Institute’s ICN membership Professor John Unsworth, Chair of QNI* Council said, “I am delighted that the QNI’s application for membership of the ICN has been successful. The...

PayPal study reveals Irish giving trends

PayPal's Gifting and Giving 2021 study has revealed that 38% of Irish people report that their generosity has increased in relation to charitable causes since the pandemic started. A stunning...

Retirement from QIDN Council

Ms.P.Taaffe, a former President, Trustee and the longest-standing member of the QIDN,  has retired from Council. QIDN President, Pat McBride, writes of Ms.Taaffe: "this truly marks the end of an...