SERVE Chairperson, Gerry O’Connor shares a Spring/ Easter reflection for SERVE volunteers & others. “All SERVE’S partners were founded by groups of people who allowed themselves to become fully aware of uncomfortable truths. The founding personalities dreamt of being ‘leaven in the dough of movements against abject poverty’. I am pleased to have […]
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To observe World Day of Water, we bring your attention to the Water For All Programme. Over a seven-year period, the Water for All programme has approximately benefitted 44,730 beneficiaries. Women are most benefited by this project. This project is by #SERVE in partnership with COREAM & with support from Misean Cara. Read more. Please share […]
Here is an Irish proverb from SERVE Board Member, Diarmaid Ua Bruadair. This reflection reminds us that there’s always another way to get things done. We wish you and your loved ones a Happy St Patrick’s Day!
“If we want our children to be kind, empathetic, socially conscious, and brave global citizens – let’s keep talking about the global south. If there is to be hope for really addressing inequality in the future, the work starts now”.
Dear SERVE volunteers, I know that it is not so long, since you heard from me, given that my Valentine’s letter, was just a short time ago. Today, I write, full of emotion. My voice quivers, even though I am not speaking, and I know, that If I stop being busy that I will […]
International Mother Language Day recognises that languages and multilingualism can advance inclusion.
“We encourage you to remember that we’re a community and a community of nations”
From time to time, I receive a Valentine’s Day Card. Yesterday, I received a 2021 Valentine’s card from grandparents and their five, year-old, and six, year old grandchildren. It is a long time since I have, taken the time, to buy, prepare or send a Valentine’s card. Prompted by the romanticists that are ever-present in […]
Let’s change the narrative and call for actions to remove all barriers that hold women back from STEM.
SERVE is a development and volunteering organisation committed to tackling poverty in the majority world. We strive to do this by working in solidarity, service and partnership with marginalised and oppressed communities, empowering them to tackle the root causes of poverty and injustice.