Public slow to donate for Ebola crisis
Ireland's biggest non-profit groups are struggling to secure charitable donations to fight the Ebola crisis.
Ireland’s biggest non-profit groups are struggling to secure charitable donations to fight the Ebola crisis.
Development organisations, including Goal, Concern and Plan Ireland, said the crisis was generating significantly fewer public donations compared to previous disasters.
Last week, Concern said it had raised just over €22,000 since it launched an Ebola appeal in mid-August.
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