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#20HappyDays!

#20HappyDays!

Monday March 2nd 2015 | Sarah Allan

Hola! Well, it’s my favourite time of the month again… BLOGGING TIME. This month ive decided to do something different, #20HappyDays! During summer 2014 I decided to take part in a social media phenomenon called #100HappyDays. This is an initiative which promotes positive mental health and makes you start noticing things that make you happy […]

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Friday February 13th 2015 | Una Kelly

In 2015 Michaela Foundation is aiming to deliver more Camps than ever. As to ensure that all our activities are delivered with the same energy, enthusiasm and technique at each Camp we have decided to provide online activity tutorials for our Leaders

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SVP Youth NI Annual Conference

SVP Youth NI Annual Conference

Friday February 13th 2015 | Una Kelly

Many thanks to SVP Youth NI for inviting Michaela Foundation to their Annual Youth Conference on Wednesday 11th February in Tullyglass House, Ballymena. ‘Positivity and hope’ was the theme of the day when more than 300 students from almost 20 schools across Northern Ireland converged to celebrate and showcase projects they had completed in 2014 […]

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It is in giving that we receive

It is in giving that we receive

Tuesday December 23rd 2014 | Caoimhe O'Hagan

Feet up in front of the fire, writing my final blog of 2014. First semester, that’s a wrap! There really is no place like home at Christmas time. After a jam-packed 13 weeks in QUB it’s safe to say I am delighted to be back home for a few weeks with the O’Hagan clan. My […]

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Belfast has been a roller coaster of emotions

Monday December 1st 2014 | Caoimhe O'Hagan

I’m so excited to be writing my first blog of this new chapter. I have been volunteering for the Michaela Foundation for over two years now so it is a privilege to be one of this year’s scholars! I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my first year at Queen’s than representing an […]

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