Happy New Year! If you are considering a career change or a new role in the Not-for-Profit sector in Ireland, check out Fergal O’Sullivan’s interview with the Irish Times. Or see the article below: Charity begins at work: The lure of the not-for-profit sector For those who want to work for an organisation with […]
About Judith Power
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Judith Power contributed a whooping 5 entries.
Entries by Judith Power
We are delighted to announce our partnership with Northern Ireland Sports Forum. Both organisations share a common purpose – the development and support of Northern Ireland Sporting Bodies. Over the past 13 years, 2into3 has developed a suite of the services that enable Sporting Bodies to provide the best level of service to their members. […]
After an agonising wait of over 13 months, clubs have finally discovered their Sports Capital fate. In total, €37.1m has been made available for capital projects for local clubs across the country. We are delighted to announce that we assisted five clubs in securing a grant in this round, totalling €542,562. This means that we […]
2into3 are delighted to be involved again as a partner organisation for this year’s Carmichael Good Governance Awards. The awards, now in their fourth year aim to acknowledge, encourage and promote good governance practice by not-for-profit organisations in Ireland. The Awards are open to organisations of all shapes and sizes. In total, there are five […]
2into3 have released the latest quarterly review of senior recruitment activity in the Irish not-for-profit sector. The 2into3 Recruitment Monitor takes a snapshot every three months of what is happening at the mid to senior range of roles being advertised, allowing those working in the sector better understand the market movements. In the Q3 […]