Welcome to Rainbows Ireland
Rainbows helps by providing a safe setting in which children and young people can share their feelings, emotions and struggles with others who have similar experiences. They are supported in this process by a trained facilitator.
4th Year pupils from St. Joseph’s of Cluny Secondary School, Killiney - Teenagers raising money for children and teenagers!
Emily, Orla, Ciara, Lauren and Maria, 4th Year Enterprise students, St. Joseph’s of Cluny Secondary School, Killiney, recently raised money for Rainbows by selling unwanted clothes at reasonable prices as part of their Enterprise Project.
According to the team, “Rainbows is a charity very dear to us and we are very proud and happy to be able to donate this money. We hope the donation will be of benefit to Rainbows”.
Anne Staunton, National Director of Rainbows was delighted to be presented with the funds raised for Rainbows Ireland.
Children helping Children!
Many Thanks to 5th class pupils of Notre Dame Junior School, for the generous donation to Rainbows Ireland.
Funds were raised from the annual Children helping Children event run in Notre Dame Junior School each year.
Funding donation to Rainbows
Network Ireland Kildare recently presented Rainbows Kildare, their designated charity in 2012, with a cheque for €17,000 to provide support groups for children and young people in Kildare experiencing grief and loss through bereavement, parental separation and divorce.
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Rainbows - making a difference!
Rainbows Ireland was pleased to see a recent article published in The Tipperary Update (February 2013) by a past participant of Rainbows. Click here to read the article.
Donate to Rainbows
The Rainbows service is free of charge. It is partly funded by the Family Support Agency. Our finances are constantly under pressure as more and more children and young people seek the support of Rainbows.
We need your help! If you are in a position to help, even in a small way, please donate to Rainbows.