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  • Become One of Helium’s Corporate Heroes By Sponsoring a Child this Christmas

    3rd December, 2021

    With your organisation’s support, Helium Arts can help transform the lives of children living with long-term health conditions in Ireland.

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  • Helium Arts is recruiting a Fundraising Officer

    9th January, 2017

    Helium Arts is seeking to recruit a dynamic, experienced, highly motivated fundraiser to develop the role of Fundraising Officer…

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  • Helium welcomes Paul Gorman as our new fundraising assistant

    11th October, 2015

    We are delighted that Paul Gorman has joined the Helium team as our fundraising assistant.

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  • Run the Women’s Mini Marathon for Helium

    7th April, 2015

    Join Helium Arts at the 2015 VHI Women’s Mini Marathon and raise funds for teenagers with cancer and chronic…

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  • Anna McCarthy joins the Helium team as Arts Administrator / Fundraising Researcher

    7th February, 2014

    We’re delighted that Anna McCarthy will be working with us as Arts Administrator / Fundraising Researcher.

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Helium Arts is a registered charity and compliant with the requirements of the Charities Regulator, the national regulatory authority for charities in Ireland


CHY Number: 19236
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20075200
Companies Registration Office: 486621


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