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Kilkenny centre thanked for inspiring others to support immigrants, the young and vulnerable


In a warm tribute to the work of the Fr McGrath Family Resource Centre, Minister John Paul Phelan, cited the Centre’s work as ‘an idea’ that he said is inspiring many other communities to support their young and their vulnerable. He was speaking at an official Fáilte Isteach National Award presentation

Inspirational deafblind musician Adam Michael, 19, from Stroud wins national award


A deafblind musician from Stroud has been named ‘Young Person of the Year’ by national disability charity, Sense. Adam Michael, 19, was awarded the honour for his contribution to the deafblind community and his determination to live life to the max, despite the barriers he faces due to his disability. He has a condition

Woman Sews Inspirational Quotes Into Blankets to Warm Hundreds of Homeless People’s Hearts


Messages like “Home, Sweet Home” are fairly common in the world of needlepoint, but for some homeless people, homes—and sweet messages—are hard to come by. That’s why one Australian woman resolved to use her sewing skills to help provide warmth and comfort to those in need. As part of her New Year’s resolution

First Black Teen Author Ever to Write 3 Books Being Used By School Districts Across the Country as Part of Their Teaching Curriculum

15-year old Essynce Moore is the only African American teen author that has written three books that are mandatory readings for several school district curriculums including Hillside, NJ School District; Brooklyn, NY Charter School(s); and Orange, NJ School District. Her books are a part of a series that she created

Inspirational six-year-old takes on charity challenge to ‘help Grandad’

A six-year-old girl whose granddad had surgery for lymphoma this year has taken on her latest charity challenge to raise money for others who have suffered with the condition. Charlotte Baker from Retford, started fundraising for causes last year after something she heard on the radio prompted the question to her mum: