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connect 2016 16 Childrens Law Centre Northern Ireland Childrens Medical and Research Foundation Childrens Rights Alliance Childrens Sunshine Home Laura Lynn House Christopher L. Keeley Scholars Cill Rialig Project Cill tSeandan Teo Cinemagic CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory Citg City of Dublin YMCA Citywise Education Clondalkin Travellers Development Group Cloughmills Community Action Team Club Shine Cnoc na GaoitheTulla Comhaltas Cultural Centre CoisCim Dance Theatre Coalition of Irish Immigration Centers Coliste Mhichl Comharchumann Forbartha Community Action Network Community Focus Learning Community Relations in Schools Concern Worldwide Co-operation Ireland Cope Galway Cork Boat Club Cork Counseling Services Cork Foundation Cork Institute of Technology Cork Penny Dinners Corrymeela Community County Roscommon Disability Support Group Cross Border Orchestra Cross Community Schools Project Crumlin Childrens Hospital Crusaders Youth Academy Cuidigh Linn Cuisle Cancer Support Centre Cystic Fibrosis Association of Ireland DarndaleBelcamp Integrated Childcare Services DCU Ryan Academy Depaul Ireland DIT Foundation Diversity Challenges Diversity Sligo Domestic Violence Response Donal Walsh Livelife Foundation Don Bosco Teenage Care House Association Donegal Teen Parent Support Programme Doras Luimn Down Syndrome Ireland Draoicht Dress for Success Drogheda District Support 4 Older People Dromboughil Community Association Druid Theatre Company Drumlane Community Partnership Dublin City University Dublin Civic Trust Dublin International Piano Competition Dublin Jewish Board of Guardians Dublin Simon Community Dublin SPCA Dublin Talmud Torah Dublin Theatre Festival Dublin UNESCO City of Literature Dundalk Youth Centre Dun Laoghaire Refugee Project Early Years East Belfast Community Agency East Clare Community Cooperative Society Eden Alternative Edmund Rice Summer Camps Dublin The Educational Trust Educate Together Educate through Sport Foundation Eiru Trust Emerald Isle Immigration Center Emer Casey Foundation The Promising Ireland Campaign has helped us reach over 3000 young people and train over 100 additional educators. It has also helped us develop our curricu- lum across all of Ireland North and South. Not only have The Ireland Funds given us money theyve given us their time. Maria Doherty Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship Thanks to supporters like The Ireland Funds 21000 children and young people across Northern Ireland are enrolled in 61 integrated schools and the movement continues to gain momentum. Paul Caskey Integrated Education Fund We were delighted to receive support from The Ireland Funds. The grant meant that we could run our Stand Up Dont Stand for Homophobic Bullying Cam- paign into every school in Ireland for another year. It made all the dierence. Michael Nanci Barron BeLonG To Youth Services Thank you does not come close to telling you all how much of a dier- ence the support we have received from the Promising Ireland Campaign has made to our charity. It makes it possible for us to help others that re- ally need it. I can as- sure you that in your decision to help our charity you have changed the lives of our clients forever. - Jennifer Dowler Irish Dogs for the Disabled The grant that came from The Ireland Funds made a signicant dierence to the services we provide here in the city. Thanks to that funding we have a community worker who is able to go out into three new communities to begin additional Lunch Clubs. Anne Kenny COPE Galway The Ireland Funds had an immediate and pas- sionate connection to what we are representing here which is improving the lives of sick children and their families in Ire- land. That is the support we received in spades from The Ireland Funds. Joe Quinsey Chief Executive of The Childrens Medical Research Foundation