Saturday October 31, 2020

Women for Election aims to raise €50,000

Caroline Kirrane, Women for Election volunteer and finance lecturer in Trinity College Dublin (TCD), said the money will be used to subsidise next year’s training programmes

11th June, 2017
Niamh Gallagher & Michelle O'Donnell Keating are founders of Women for Election

Women for Election, an advocacy group which encourages women to get involved in politics, is hoping to raise €50,000 in 20 days by seeking funding online. The group is to launch a crowdfunding campaign on the website Indiegogo on Thursday. It will run until July 4.

Caroline Kirrane, Women for Election volunteer and finance lecturer in Trinity College Dublin (TCD), said the money will be used to subsidise next year’s training programmes, which teach potential candidates about...

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