A Postcard about the Badjao community

Postcard from the Philippines Sophie Lyons and Nicola Fitzpatrick…

SERVE Strategic Plan 2024 – 2028

SERVE Strategic Plan 2024-2028 https://youtu.be/Y81yeWQYMxg?si=4lgk2EcNfLBBBTXB Our…

SERVE supports building a skills centre in Rustenburg

Skills Centre for adults in South Africa SERVE supports…
Young Africa Students

Digital Vocational Education and Training for Young Africans

SERVE and Young Africa have come together to create the 'Digital Vocational Education and Training for Young Africans' project. This project will take place in 2023 and 2024 and is co-funded by the European Union Erasmus+ Fund.
Solidarity Buzz SERVE Team 2022

SERVE Solidarity Buzz ’22

2022 SERVE Solidarity Buzz Annual…
Silna badjao tribe

Donate to support young women like Silna

Meet Silna. She is a member of the Badjao Tribe community in Cebu Philippines. Read her inspirational story of resilience and determination that led her to graduate in Social Care in Cebu Philippines. Donate to SERVE to support young women like Silna through community SERVE development and educational development programmes.
Christmas SERVE crucial scholarships

Scholarships for Young People in Africa

Meet Marilia. Marília completed the cosmetology course at Young Africa Mozambique. She got a scholarship funded by SERVE and she opened her own hairdressing business. Donate to SERVE to help provide crucial scholarships to young people fighting poverty in Zimbabwe and Mozambique or buy a Solidarity Gift of Quality Access to Education.

Charity Summit ’22

Team SERVE attends Charity Summit '22 Nollaig and Catriona…
World Day of Social Justice2022 SERVE Charity Ireland

“We’re a global community!”

World Day of Social Justice '22 "We're…
Irish Charity SERVE shares the work completed in 2021.

Irish charity SERVE shares the work its done in 2021

In 2021, Irish charity SERVE worked with 11 partners in 8 countries. In Ireland, we also launched a new volunteering programme and a SDG education programme for schools. Despite the pandemic, SERVE has received generous public donations to continue its work that contributes to the Global Goals.