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Every day, men and women across Ireland help the ISPCC to make lasting differences in the lives of children and young people across Ireland. Can you help the ISPCC to listen to, support and empower children? Find out more about becoming a volunteer here.


The ISPCC is heavily reliant on fundraising and very grateful for the public’s generous support. The organisation also receives funding through campaigns and events, corporate partners, trusts, foundations and government bodies. You can find out more about how to support our work to protect children here.


Would you like to join the team at Ireland’s national child protection charity and help to make a difference in the lives of children and young people in Ireland? Check out our vacancies.

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Every child deserves to have their voice heard. The ISPCC has a long and proud history of lobbying and campaigning for, and on behalf of, children and young people in Ireland. To find out more about the issues on which we are campaigning and how you can support us, click here.

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ISPCC recommends programme for those supporting children through anxiety

The ISPCC is happy to recommend a new programme which has been developed by psychologist and ISPCC Childline Ambassador David Coleman and Anokha Learning and which is available now to help those supporting children to cope with anxiety. 

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Supporting young people during Covid-19

While this is a time of uncertainty, social distancing and isolation gives us time at home that we otherwise may not have. While difficult, social distancing and isolation also gives families time to spend together, to really engage and communicate. 

‘Talking makes us stronger’ – we now have the time and space to not only talk, but also to listen. 

Keeping young people busy during this time is very important. This will help to ensure they are not constantly watching updates shared – which may or may not be accurate. 

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Engaging activities for children during Covid-19

1.    Play board games: Board games are a fun and easy way to keep everyone distracted. 

Among the services it provides, the ISPCC runs Childline and the National Missing Children's Hotline.

ISPCC Missing Children's Hotline 116000

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