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Tearfund arrange a variety of events throughout Ireland. Upcoming events are listed below. Please contact us for further details in relation to any of these events.

Oct 26

Join us for a coffee and help change the world!

Various locations around Ireland
Wed 26 Oct, 10:0012:00

Tearfund Ireland and Spirit Radio have joined forces to host a ‘Help change the world coffee morning’. image

Spirit Radio will be connecting with coffee mornings across the country on their morning radio show. It will be a great opportunity for their listeners to hear about the work of Tearfund Ireland as well as what is happening around Ireland.

We will have interviews with Tearfund Ireland staff and overseas partners and live broadcasts from coffee mornings around Ireland!

So either tune in or join one of the coffee mornings in your area! We would love to see you!

Locations are:

Grace Bible Church, Corner of Tara and Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
Virginia Church of Ireland Parish Hall, Co. Cavan (12pm-2pm).
Howth & Malahide Presbyterian Church at GLAMS* 138 Marina Village.
St Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8.
Bethel, Ballynagran, Dunganstown, Co. Wicklow.
YWCA, Baggot Street, Dublin 2 (10am-1.30pm)
Tearfund Ireland Office, Floor 2, Ulysses House, 22-24 Foley Street, Dublin 1.

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Oct 31

Walk of Hope

Bray Head
Mon 31 Oct, 11:0015:00

30 million children are living as refugees, waiting for peace to come to their fragile countries, waiting to re-start their lives.

Bring your family and friends to Bray head to ‘Walk of Hope’ this October Bank Holiday Monday, and help support the ongoing work of Tearfund Ireland while standing in solidarity with the millions of people affected by war, famine and poverty.

Meet at Bray Dart station at 12 noon.


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