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Month: <span>December 2016</span>

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Jien Suċċess – The perfect example of how the state and the third sector can work together to help voluntary organisations flourish

As one of Malta’s largest NGOs serving hundreds of clients per year, Inspire has always depended heavily on volunteers and other voluntary organisations to keep its running costs low and its services sustainable. “We encounter so many generous people on a daily basis, not only at Inspire but in every part of our society,” explained...

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MIA’s lost, found and auctioned event raises over €9,000 for Inspire

Security check points, washrooms, and boarding gates are three spots around the Malta International Airport terminal where passengers are most likely to leave personal belongings behind. While an average of 750 lost-and-found items are successfully returned to their owners by the airport every year, many items remain unclaimed and eventually find new owners as they...

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KPMG donates €1000 to Inspire Foundation Malta

KPMG participated in Inspire Foundation Malta’s weekly Car Boot Sale and donated all the proceeds to the Foundation. The proceeds of the sale of items, donated by KPMG personnel, amounted to €425 which was added to monies collected from raffle ticket sales amounting to €240. The resulting total collection of €600 was further topped up...

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Meet a real life hero

Noel Cacciatolo lost his leg some years ago and has been confined to a wheelchair ever since.  In March 2017 he will attempt to complete a half marathon in aid of Inspire. Noel Cacciattolo (age) might have lost a leg due to an unlucky draw of the straw, but thanks to undeterred determination, intense physiotherapy...

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World Disability Day 2016

On the 3rd of December, Malta, and the world at large, celebrated World Disability Day. Inspire commemorated this special day on the 1st December, in collaboration with The Marigold Foundation and the Office of The Prime Minister, with an event held at Villa Francia.   The day is celebrated all over the world to promote an...