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Christmas is such a special time. There are lots of different ways you can show your support for Cope Foundation this Christmas. 


You can help to Light Up Cork by dedicating a star in the Cork night sky to someone you love. Check out our incredible Light Up Cork online giving campaign and light up your star by clicking here. 

   

Friday 3rd December is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Why not join us in putting our Light Up Cork campaign into action by wearing or doing something to light up on that day to show your support for inclusion. You can join the conversation online by sharing your photos using #LightUpCork on Friday 3rd December. Click here to find out more about being involved in Light Up Cork.  


Our beautiful Christmas cards are back again this year. Featuring artwork from artists across Cope Foundation, our cards are a lovely way to show your support at Christmas. You can purchase our cards in most of our centres or click here to purchase them online. 


Give a gift with meaning this Christmas. You can now make a donation to Cope Foundation in lieu of a Christmas gift. We will even post a handwritten Cope Foundation Christmas card to the recipient on your behalf. Click here to make a donation online in lieu of a gift. Or phone us on 021 4643326 to make your donation over the phone or by post. 

   

Get 2022 off to a positive start by purchasing our 2022 calendar. This year, our calendar features artwork from artists across Cope Foundation around the theme of 'Rights'. Check out the wonderful pieces created illustrating the rights of people with disabilities and people's thoughts and opinions about their rights. Click here to purchase your 2022 calendar online. 

   

We are delighted to be one of the charities involved in the Rotary Tree of Remembrance this year. The tree, which is located on Cork's Patrick Street, is a collaboration between the Rotary Club of Cork and the Rotary Club of Bishopstown. People write a dedication on a yellow ribbon which is placed on the tree. People also make a donation and this helps to raise funds for local Cork charities. Click here if you would like to learn more about the Rotary Clubs involved.