Restoring Faith in Irish Charities

“As the season of goodwill approaches, the outlook for Irish charities is bright again. Do you hear what I hear? Christmas is fast approaching, and you can track its approach by the familiar seasonal sounds: the jingle of sleigh bells, the jangle of Christmas pop tunes – and the rattle of collection boxes under your nose as charities line up to persuade you to part with your hard-earned cash. The festive season is a good time for guilting people – after all, who but a complete Scrooge would begrudge a few bob to help those less fortunate than themselves at Christmas?” …

Posted on Dec 12, 2018 by Kevin Courtney in the Irish Times.

Read the full article here.

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