We are pleased to share the news that we are working on a new project, helping support some of ...
New Project: Supporting vulnerable children detained in a detention centre in MadagascarMarch 22, 2022
Supporting school-going children with various needs.
2021 was a very busy year for The Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation, taking on a number of new ...February 14, 2022
Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation meets with Lord Major of Belfast to officially launch new specialist service for children at risk of suicide with PIPS Suicide Prevention Ireland.
Pictured at the official launch are Belfast Lord Mayor Kate Nicholl (front row) with (l-r) Suzi...January 27, 2022
Building young people’s empathy and well-being in Limerick
We are honoured to partner with award winning, Limerick charity, Narrative 4. Together, our mis...August 4, 2021
Supporting children and families in South Sudan
In 2017, the area of South Sudan was ranked the world’s most difficult area for girls to receiv...July 30, 2021
Support for disadvantaged families with Autistic children
The Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation is delighted to announce a brand new project with Y...May 17, 2021