One in four people will experience mental ill health at some point in their lives, this is a stark reality and there is no doubt that as we get older, loneliness and isolation can feel a constant in our lives. Long winter nights, bad weather, ill health and/or poor mobility can prevent many people from leaving their homes and become the key elements to feelings of isolation and depression. As we grow old, we will have seen many of our close friends and family pass away and we may even find that we are the last surviving member of our generation or family, no doubt this brings with it a great sense of loss which can lead to bouts of anxiety and depression.
Help us bring hope
to excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish people in Britain.
Download and print our form to join the Irish Chaplaincy Cairde Friends Scheme
This form allows you to support us
Become a Cairde (Gaelic for friend) with the Irish Chaplaincy and give a regular donation.
The decorations are down, the bare Christmas trees have been sent to the tip, and there are no more flashing fairy lights outside houses to brighten up my early morning walks. It’s mid-January, it’s already the third week back at work, and it’s not always easy in these dark days to find motivation and meaning. And it’s no wonder that many people take now to booking their summer holidays, with the lure of long sunny days ‘away from it all’. Continue Reading
Come and be part of an exciting new project, assisting Travellers in selected London prisons into post-release employment
This is a 3 year fixed-term contract, with continuation dependent on further funding.
NB The successful candidate will not be able to begin in post until prison-vetting has taken place.
If you have any questions regarding this job application, please contact Eddie Gilmore on 0207 482 5528 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: January 30th 2019
Interviews: February 19th 2019