We have a large selection of development education resources available for download.
Ukraine Crisis Appeal
Read our 2021 annual report
Nothing Kills Like Hunger
Fundraising is the lifeblood of our organisation and without the generous support from schools all around Ireland, we wouldn't be able to do the work that we do.
Getting your school involved in fundraising not only helps tackle problems such as hunger and malnutrition; it also offers students the chance to deepen their understanding of global humanitarian issues and the sustainable development goals and it helps to foster global citizenship.
If you'd like to fundraise for Concern in your school - first of all, thank you so much for your vital support!
The fastest and easiest way to start a fundraiser is to set up an online fundraising page for your school or class here.
If you need more information on how to get involved or have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Concern Fast is our biggest school fundraising campaign and is aimed primarily at secondary schools. The Fast takes place in November each year.
Now, students don’t even need to give up food to take part. Our Flexi-Fast gives schools the chance to try something different. For example, you could do a social media blackout, sponsored silence, raffle or even a non-uniform day.
I first heard about the fast from my history teacher, Miss FitzGerald and I immediately was interested in taking part!
The Hunger Heroes programme consists of a series of lesson plans, case studies and classroom activities that have been uniquely tailored for senior primary school students (4th to 6th class pupils) around the theme of Hunger.
The activities have been designed so that multi-class teachers and teachers of junior primary students will also be able to find activities suitable for their class. There will be a cross-curricular approach in the pack with activity suggestions covering everything from literacy and numeracy to drama and art.
Use our Teacher’s Packs to learn more about Hunger, Nutrition, and Development and then take action by organising your very own Hunger Hero fundraiser!
You can download the Hunger Heroes Pack and Project Guide here
Hunger Heroes was a fantastic way to engage my students in the complex links between food waste and climate change through fun lesson plans and activities!
Interested in becoming a Hunger Hero?