The ISPCC has highlighted that support is available to children, young people, parents and carers as a new report shows that Ireland has one of the highest rates in Europe for depression in young people aged 15 – 24.
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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.
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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.
Individuals can now help to change the lives of children every time they purchase ink cartridges, thanks to online business Printerinks’ partnering with ISPCC Childline.
ISPCC Childline, Ireland’s national active listening service for children, is calling on creches, schools, community groups, businesses and individuals across the country to host a breakfast this October and help raise vital funds to ensure Childline is always there to listen
ISPCC Childline Available 24 / 7 To Students Receiving Their Leaving Certificate Results And All Young People
With thousands receiving their Leaving Certificate results, the ISPCC has reminded all young people that Childline is here to listen 24 hours a day, every day.
Looking For Advice
One of the main concerns a parent may have around their child’s online activity is potential exposure to inappropriate content.
Completing homework and studying can be a stressful time of the evening for children, young people and families.