"The ISPCC has consistently urged robust regulation of charities"
The ISPCC is deeply concerned at allegations of poor governance and financial mismanagement in Irish charities. The ISPCC believes in the importance of open, transparent, charity management.
Could you help ISPCC Childline listen to children?
We are now recruiting volunteers at a number of our offices nationwide.
Child Protection is Best Served by Setting the Digital Age of Consent at 13
Three organisations working to protect children and young people online have today called on Oireachtas members to retain the Digital Age of Consent at 13 to avoid significant risks to child safety.
ISPCC calls on women to sign up to run or walk this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon for Childline
The ISPCC is calling upon women across the country and beyond to step up for children and young people in Ireland by signing up to take part in this year's VHI Women's Mini Marathon in aid of Childline.
Can you help raise funds for ISPCC Childline on Childline Change Day 2018?
Can you spare a few hours this May to help us raise vital funds for Childline?
Could you help Childline change the lives of children?
ISPCC Childline is now recruiting volunteers across the country to help raise vital funds to keep the service listening to children and young people in Ireland 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
ISPCC Expresses Concern at Major Non-Compliance in Foster Care Services in Three Areas
The national child protection charity expressed concerns at the findings by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) of major non-compliances with national standards in foster care services operated by the Child and Family Agency, Tusla, in the Dublin South Central, Dublin North City and Cavan / Monaghan areas.
Volunteer Collectors Wanted to Raise Vital Funds for Childline this May
ISPCC Childline is now recruiting volunteers nationwide to help raise vital funds this May to keep the service listening to children and young people in Ireland 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.