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We at Variety – the Children’s Charity of Ireland believe it is the responsibility of each and every one of us to protect and enhance our beautiful land and waters on which all life depends.

Changing minds helps change attitudes

As an Irish charity we believe all children are special, we recognise that the way that we treat our environment today will be our inheritance to our children and to their children for generations to come.

We have a vision where land that offers diversity of life will thrive. If we all act to conserve nature it will not only make our county a cleaner and better place to live but make us much happier people.

The environment around us is an essential part of human survival

We are working on projects to educate our wonderful children in ways they can contribute to making their local environment a safer, cleaner, more sustainable place to live.
Through the cooperation of sponsorship from eco conscious organisation, we involve children regardless of their own abilities to actively get involved in local projects that will have a positive ecological effect on their own environment.

Our 3 Key Objectives

Climate action

Educate the children of Ireland on the importance of becoming more conscious about the way they live their lives, and to provide them with the tools that they need to make change within their own communities

Protect our resources

Improve their awareness of the harmful effects that toxic pesticides have on local wildlife and habitat. Encourage the planting of native Irish trees and hedgerows as a vital food source for bees and pollinators

Promote Sustainable Living

Engage with children and involve them in programmes with tools that can help them reduce their own personal carbon footprint and societal environmental impact in their local community.

We invite any local, national companies or organisations to work with us in promoting positive, sustainable and environmental change in local communities around Ireland.

‘I’ve planted a tree and my garden is pesticide free’

Variety -the Children’s Charity of Ireland & Ballymore Group donate 7500 native Irish trees to all national School children in Co Roscommon

Irish Children’s charity, Variety Ireland have teamed up with Roscommon native and international building developer Sean Mulryan, Roscommon County Council and The Federation of Group Water Schemes to unveil our ‘I’ve planted a tree and my garden is pesticide free’ campaign.
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