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Come down and join us for some great craic! ūüôā ¬†LOFT Youth Project & Health Advice Caf√© is a support service for young people aged 12-18 to engage themselves in activities and personal development programmes and overcome difficulties in their lives. ¬†Within the LOFT, young people may partake in group work programmes, one-to-one youth work,…

To help get everyone in the mood for Party in The Park 2017 we have not one, but two great competitions for¬†Party in The Park attendees!!! ¬†The great folk from¬†two great local businesses Pat’s Pizza and Burrito Loco very kindly donated some delicious prizes.¬† A 16″ pizza voucher and 4 burrito vouchers! ¬†We think they…

Our annual one day festival extravaganza is back All young people are invited to come along and end the summer with a bang.¬† There will be live music and performances all day with bands and musicians of all genres taking to the main stage.¬† There will also be a wide range of other entertainment on…

Our annual one day festival extravaganza is back We are here to brighten your rainy Monday morning and let you all know that this year’s Party in The Park will take place on Wednesday the 23rd of August in Letterkenny Town Park. All young people are invited to come along and end the summer with…

It was a busy week for participants of the LOFT’s Multi Activity summer camp. ¬†The first of this year’s Loft summer camps took place from the 3rd-7th of July. It was certainly a fun filled week of action packed activities which started the summer off with a bang! ¬†You can see how they got on…

We are now taking applications for CE positions which start in September Donegal Youth Service have 6 Community Schemes throughout the county which are starting in September 2017. Applicants must be eligible for DSP. Contact your local Intreo office to confirm your eligibility before applying. ¬†Community Employment Scheme terms and conditions apply. ¬†19.5 hours per…

BreakOUT¬†Donegal hosted an LGBT youth group from Finland last month as part of their Erasmus Youth Exchange. They learned so much in relation to cultural differences, LGBT history from an Irish and Finnish perspective. ¬†Most importantly they learned the importance of linking together and how they may be uniquely different in ways their needs are…

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