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.
HOPE were delighted to launch their new partnership with The Law Society of Ireland and The Calcutta Run last week. Gavin Duffy, Miriam O’Callaghan and the president of the Law Society Peter Gilhooly were onhand at Blackhall place for some fun pictures. We simply cannot wait for the big day. You can sign up for the…
The Hope Foundation invites you to join them and walk the Camino Portugues, the last 100kms, from 19th to 26th August 2017.
We are so delighted, grateful and honoured to announce a partnership with The Calcutta Run May 20th this year. This amazing event will make such an incredible difference to the children with whom we work in Kolkata. I am so looking forward to seeing everyone take part in the run or cycle this year for…
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 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.
Meet Mita and see how your support is bringing about real and sustainable change in the lives of the children in Kolkata.
Mita is the youngest of 8 in her family. At just 4 years old, Mita spent every day trying to survive by searching…
Yoga For HOPE was established in 2009 by yoga teacher and dedicated supporter of HOPE, Mella Murphy, to help raise much needed funds to support HOPE’s projects with the street and slum children of Kolkata.
Well done to the sixteen transition year students from Rockwell College who going to Kolkata with The Hope Foundation.
Former rugby international Denis Leamy visited Rockwell earlier this week for the presentation of a €35,000 cheque to HOPE from the students.
The annual fundraising luncheon is organised around International Women’s Day to highlight the role of women in society, raise awareness for marginalised women across the world and to be a voice for the voiceless.