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CARI Pop up shop fundraiser in Parkway Shopping Centre



From left to right – Frances Ryan, Mary Madden and Helen Coote from CARI.

CARI Pop up shop fundraiser – CARI are organising a 3 day pop up shop on Thursday 18Friday 19  and Saturday 20 June in Parkway Shopping Centre and are appealing for good quality ladies gents and children’s clothing, nursery, items and new unwanted gifts.  

The CARI foundation is a registered charity that has two full time centres in Dublin and Limerick. As well as this, CARI provides outreach therapy sessions in Meath, Galway, Kerry and Wicklow. The CARI foundation is the leading voluntary organisation providing child centered specialised therapy and support to children, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse.

CARI helps those who have been affected by abuse and supports them during their recovering process, working to ensure that child sexual abuse is seen as an experience but not a defining event in the child’s life. The foundation gives children a safe environment filled with hope, trust and confidence which leads them to a path of recovery through therapy. CARI also provides therapy to children, up to and including 12 years who are showing signs of sexualised behaviour. Those that have gone through therapy with CARI are welcome to return at any time for further support and therapy. Therapy at CARI is provided by trained and experienced psychotherapists and each client is offered an appropriate treatment plan to meet their needs.



If anybody wants to donate any of the listed items to CARI Pop up shop fundraiser they can do so by dropping them to the side door at CARI house on the Ennis road between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.  Please phone (061) 582200  before drop off.  For more info contact Mary Madden, CARI Supervisor at 61 582200 or [email protected].

All funds raised from this go directly to provide therapy and counselling services for children and their families affected by child sexual abuse. As CARI is a charity, they depend heavily on the donations from the public.

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