Gaisce Challenge PartnerJuly 21, 2017
HOPE are delighted to be an official challenge partner with GAISCE (The President's Award). The President’s Award is a self-development programme that encourages you to find your passion, get active and make a difference in your community! Gaisce is a direct challenge from the President of Ireland to young people aged 15-25 to dream big and realise their potential.
“We don’t choose where we are born”June 14, 2017
As one of the staff who travelled to Kolkata this year with the Hope foundation I was honoured to be part of such a wonderful group of students. They were a credit to their families and school and I believe we all have a very different perspective since the trip. A view which will stand to us when times get tough in the years ahead...
Green Saffron’s Hope Day at Mahon Point Farmer’s MarketMay 31, 2017
The market runs 10am – 3pm every Thursday at Mahon Point Shopping Centre. Green Saffron has had a stall on the market since the beginning and has watched as the market flourished to become one of the most popular in...
Calcutta Run 2017 A Resounding SuccessMay 23, 2017
The Calcutta Run 2017 – the legal fundraiser in support of the Hope Foundation and Peter McVerry Trust. 1,500 legal professionals, their families and television personalities Gavin Duffy, TV3's Deric Ó hArtagáin, Fair City's Aoibheann McCaul and even Judge Mary Collins took part and attended the event.
International Women’s Day Luncheon a Great SuccessMarch 10, 2017
At the third annual International Women’s Day Luncheon on Friday (3rd March), Hope founder and Hon. Director Maureen Forrest, MC RTE’s Ruth Scott and author Moira Geary (the Recombobulator) joined forces as special guests, to highlight the role of women in society and raise awareness for marginalised women and girls in Kolkata, India.
Laura’s Kolkata DiaryMarch 10, 2017
Laura Morgenstern works at The Hope Foundation head office in Cork and traveled to Kolkata as a group leader as part of HOPE's School Immersion Programme. Laura traveled with students from Templemore Secondary School and Regina Mundi College Cork. Here you can read Laura's daily diary about the groups experiences in Kolkata.