How your money helps

€250 would pay the education for a child for 1 month.

€500 would provide psychological counselling for a child for 3 months.

€1,000 would provide food for the homes for one week.

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How to get involved

Your donation and your time can help change the lives of young homeless people.

There are lots of ways you can help some of the most marginalised young people receive residential care that is as close as possible to being a family home.

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Your entire donation will go directly to support deserving children...



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About Home Again

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€250 education for a child for 1 month
Tax relief is now available to anyone donating over €250 or more

Home Again offers a home for children from all backgrounds aged between 12 and 18 in a residential care setting. Our aim is to provide as homely an environment as possible for those who need it and for as long as they need it. When they turn 18 we seek to provide ongoing accommodation where necessary to assist with their transition to adult life.

Residential care is necessary for many reasons:

  • Domestic difficulties
  • Bereavements
  • Behavioral problems, at home, school or in the community
  • Breakdowns in foster placements


Home Again staff put together a comprehensive programme of care for each child before they come to us and this is constantly reviewed and up-dated to reflect the experience and progress during their stay. Most importantly these reviews include input from the children themselves.

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Celebrating 50 Years

Our work continues to this day as we enter our 50th year, providing residential care for children that is as close as possible to a family home.


A Real Success Story...

I was only 12 when I was sent to one of the Home Again homes. I had already been in an institution and two foster homes.

I caused a lot of grief initially, I thought I was going to be rejected again but they were happy to keep me despite my behaviour. So I began to relax and everything got better. Now I am grown up and have a career of my own... and I have developed a great respect for those who looked after me all that time.