Ryanair, Ireland’s No 1 airline, made a €125,000 donation to ISPCC Childline, its 2019 chosen Irish charity partner, as it concluded a year of fundraising activities.
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The ISPCC has responded to the broadcast of an RTÉ Investigates documentary, ‘Scouts Dis-honour’, which outlined allegations of historic child sexual abuse in the Scouting Association of Ireland and the Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland.
ISPCC Childline has announced that it will continue to be there to listen to every child and young person in Ireland throughout the period in which Ireland is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, renewed its charity partnership with ISPCC Childline, which will be its chosen charity partner once again in 2020. ISPCC Childline provides a 24 hour listening service, which listens to, supports and empowers children and young people through its phone, online chat and text services.
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