Support The COVID Container Crowdfunder to Africa The Crosscause Charity needs your help to send a special container with COVID19 donated supplies to Ghana, West Africa at the end of September 2020. The container with medial supplies, ventilators, masks, wheelchairs and lots more is desperately needed at the Crosscause Orphanage and will be distributed by
Goods for Ghana The next shipment of goods for Ghana is currently being assembled by the Crosscause Charity in Co. Louth with a view to shipping in Sept 2020. This shipment is focusing on everyday tools and machinery as well as PPE for COVID19. "We are currently packing some PPE, ventilators and masks but we
Charity initiative making face masks for Ireland Sewing Machines donated in 2019. (Pre Covid19) Last year hundreds of sewing machines were donated in Co. Louth to the Crosscause Charity Project in Ghana so that women could make clothes to help support their communities. Now those communities in the form of the "Global Mamas"
The View From Ghana - March 2020 As Asia, Europe and the USA are transfixed with the battle against the COVID19 virus - Crosscause continues it's battle against poverty on projects in Africa this March 2020. Conor Hughes has been caught up in delivering and distributing donated goods by the container loads in
St Stephens Day Fundraiser 2018 Blackrock, Co. Louth, Ireland - 11am to 5pm This year any funds raised via the annual St Stephens Day fundraiser in Blackrock, Co. Louth will go towards a new eye treatment clinic in Ghana. The photos below show eye operation microscopes donated to a clinic -
Preparation are well underway for this years Crosscause St. Stephens Day Fundraiser in Blackrock, Co. Louth with Conor Hughes aiming to make this year's event bigger than ever. The event will start at 11am on Tuesday 26th December 2017 and this year will have a musical theme along with an event tent showing all of
September brought the opening of Mc Colins Prepatory School. A Joyous occasion with pupils and teachers preparing the classrooms. All school equipment, tables, chairs, blackboards etc, were donated by Schools in Co. Louth. Upon the school's opening, Project Director Kieran Lavery, turned his attention to the building of an adjoining residence to be used by
After an enormous effort from our volunteer Aisling Neary, Anyiboboe School is now finished with over 180 students in attendance. The school has been handed over to the local schools board and the teachers are all in place. This was a very difficult remote project, due to the location and the short supply of tradesmen.