Robbery at Kingdom Care

You may have heard over the course of the day that we were broken into late last night. We are still in shock and disbelief that we were targeted for a robbery.
We are a Charity that receives NO outside funding other than from sales in our shops and from the registered Recycling company we deal with.
Money was taken and our stock damaged. Such a cruel act on a Charity organisation.
The window, money and stock can be replaced but it just seems to be such needless waste. We will feel the pinch from this act of vandalism as all our profits go to Carers and Older people in Kerry.
We appreciate all the help we got today in tidying and boarding up the window until it can be replaced. We have a fantastic support network and are so greatful for all of your support and words of kindness. Pray tomorrow will be a better day for us.


National Volunteers Week

Did you know that next week is National Volunteers Week? Not only is it a week where people are encouraged to try volunteering for a good cause but also we will be celebrating all the volunteers out there, especially those that help Kingdom Care personally.

Just to say a very big thank you to all the volunteers out there who help us and other Charities, without you the services we provide would be greatly reduced and we are deeply greatful to have such giving and caring friends

Manual Handling Certificates

Yesterday evening, staff and volunteers of Kingdom Care, gathered in Tralee to be presented with their Manual Handling Certificates after completing the course at the start of the year, as per Health and Safety regulations. It was with great pride we were able to award everyone with their certificates as the course was delivered by one of our very own members of staff,whom recently became a qualified trainer. We feasted on home made baked goods thanks to one of our fabulous volunteers and we would like to say a special thank you to Bob Keoghane for spending the evening with us.