Charity Donations

As part of Confirmation preparation the sixth class pupils organise various fundraising activities throughout the year. At the end of the year they decide which charities they wish to donate the funds to.

Each year the 6th classes raise money for charities as part of their Confirmation preparation. We held three fundraisers are held to raise money as part of our Confirmation Charity.  These were Freaky Fashion Friday, non-uniform days, the Christmas Fair, Christmas Hamper Raffle, Christmas cards & calendars,  and the Easter Raffle.  They also organise a Screen-free day where the children from 6th class play board games in the hall with the 3rd, 4th and 5th class groups.  Great fun is always  had by all. 

Thanks to the Parents association for their generous and delicious donations for the cake sale.

Thanks to Glanmore Foods who always supply a beautiful Christmas & Easter hamper.

From the money raised, generous donations will be made on behalf of the school to a variety of charities. Thanks again.


As part of their preparation for Confirmation, the three sixth classes have organised a number of events to raise money for charity. They organised a Screen Free Day, Christmas Fair, Christmas Cards and Calendars and an Easter Raffle. The children have decided to donate their money to Pieta House, Licscarne Day Centre, Jigsaw, Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, Laura Lynn and Tallaght Children’s Hospital.  They will also donate some resources to the school. Well done to everyone in sixth class for their hard work and generosity.



Throughout the year, in preparation for receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation, the children in 6th class took part in social projects to help fundraise for selected charities. They raised money through organising Freaky Fashion Friday in October, the Christmas Fair (full of wonderful treats and games) and also the Easter Raffle. In total, they raised €1310. €310 was used to buy a school iPad, €200 to the Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, €250 to ‘Pieta House, €350 to Liscarne Old Folks Home and €200 to Fr. David for his chosen charity in Pohkara, Nepal. The children have been outstanding in their fundraising efforts this year and we are very proud of their thoughtfulness and kindness. Thanks to all the parents, grandparents and all those who helped contribute towards this year’s fundraising.     Ms. Mc Hugh June 2017


As part of preparation for Confirmation, the 6th class children took part in fundraising for charity. They raised €1000 for Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin by running a Christmas Fair and €400 for the school by having a Christmas Jumper Day and running an Easter Raffle. The children have been outstanding in their fund raising efforts this year and we are very proud of their thoughtfulness and kindness. Thanks to all the parents and grandparents who have helped them!!!             Ms. Grant June 2015


Christmas Hamper draw

Christmas 2020

The winner of our Christmas Hamper draw was Mary Kelly in Mr. Watson’s 6th class. Well done Mary and enjoy the contents. Thanks to everybody who purchased tickets and thanks also to Glanmore School Lunches who donated the hamper. The money raised with be distributed to local charities, later in the year, by the 6th class pupils as part of their Confirmation projects.

Christmas 2019

Hamper winner – Amy Mc Cabe






Annual cake sale, organised by 6th classes


April 2019

This year, Trocáire Lenten campaign highlights how communities in developing countries are struggling in their fight for justice. Donations help by providing early warning systems, classroom training for children and construction materials to prevent flooding in the poorest places, amongst other vital activities. Please donate what you can this Lent

April 2018

This year, Trocaire were helping families in Freetown to get back on their feet following a devastating landslide that destroyed the capital city of Sierra Leone. All contributions were greatly appreciated in fighting this cause. Many thanks to all those who returned their Trocaire boxes. The school raised €156.00 and all contributions were sent on to the church. To find out more about this year’s campaign, visit  


This year, Trocáire Lenten campaign highlights how communities in developing countries are struggling to survive in the face of extreme changes in their weather systems. This includes finding alternative water supplies, diversifying crops, sustainable land management and being prepared for extreme weather events when they happen. Please donate what you can this Lent.       Clodagh Sheanon Easter 2015



Shoebox Appeal – Team Hope


This year’s Shoebox Appeal for the Homeless (Team Hope) was another roaring success.  As a school, we were thrilled and overwhelmed (but not surprised) by the generosity of everyone who donated what they could. The people receiving these gifts will no doubt be extremely grateful for the generous donations. The shoeboxes were jam packed full of all-sorts including: sweets, hats, gloves and even colouring books and amazing toys. In total, we collected a staggering fifty-one shoeboxes and needed two trips in the car to drop them off. We can’t thank you enough; you have made a lot of people in need very happy this Christmas. Thank you! J

              Mr. B. Watson Christmas 2019


Jigsaw, Clondalkin



Children’s Hospital, Crumlin



Sinéad Nolan from our Lady’s Hospital in Crumlin came to our school on 9th May to explain what would be done with the money we donated.  We were delighted to hear it would be going towards educational resources for the hospital’s school.  We were so sad to hear that some children have spent most of their lives in the hospital and when they are well enough they go to school in the hospital.  Sinéad presented  a slide showing  of some of the children in hospital.  We are so glad that the money we raised is going towards helping others.           Ms. Canavan June 2018





Pieta House



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