CARI is a leading voluntary organisation with a proven track record in providing child centered specialised therapy and support services to children, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse. CARI provided supported both directly and indirectly to 1054 children across all their clincial services in 2018. Click here to view our Annual Report 2018. … Read more
Friday the 29th of November at the fabulous The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection. Due to the popularity of this event please secure your tickets now!! Contact Patricia Townsend on 01-8308529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would to congratulate Patricia Keane who was the winner of the Community Category for the National Volunteers Awards under Community Awards in Dublin December the 6th. Patricia has worked tirelessly for CARI organising the Watersports Day on Glassilaun Beach in Aid of Children At Risk We are extremely proud. Read her story here.
We would like to say a huge congratulations to Sarah Oppermann who completed the Atacama Desert 250KM Endurance race from Sunday the 29th of September 2019 and raised an amazing €2935 for CARI. Sarah is an inspiration to us all. We cannot thank her enough.
Thank you to Eabha O’Sullivan and the staff of CarGurus for their kind donation of €8000.00 under the Charitable Giving Programme. We are extremely grateful for your support.
Limerick’s Live 95FM are delighted to announce the addition of a new charity partner, Cliona’s Foundation, to their charity fundraiser Live 95FM’s 95 Stop Tour for 2018. Cliona’s Foundation will join existing partners, CARI Limerick and the Children’s Ark including Neonatal Unit at University Hospital Limerick. In excess of €600,000 has been raised by Live … Read more
Talking at the Victims’ Rights Conference Eve Farrelly spoke about some of the issues that children still face today about going to court. An alien environment designed for an adult to negotiate, children, who come to tell a difficult story, can find it all the more intimidating. Talk at the Victims’ Rights Conference April 2018 … Read more
The CARI helpline team have been reporting that young people’s unsupervised use of the internet is a dangerous place for them. It has become very concerning that perpetrators of sexual abuse have found a new and quite often devastating way of targeting, grooming and sexually violating very vulnerable children. It is our experience that online … Read more