Thank you to our Sponsors over the years
Our shop is at No 9 Wickham Street, Limerick and is open from 10am-4:30pm Monday through Saturday. We sell school books, uniforms, regular clothes and books, household items and bric a brac.
Our store room and office is located at Unit 1, the Tait Business Centre, Lady's Lane, Dominic Street, Limerick, V94 83V1. This is our donation centre which is open between 10am-2pm Monday through Friday. Parking is available.
"Go Do It" Project
Limerick based charity, Gateway to Education, runs an ongoing initiative they call their “Go Do it” project. It focuses on adult education and empowering those who come through the project to learn new skills, grow in confidence and gain workplace experience.
BOOK VOUCHER SCHEME
Our Scheme is very simple if you have donations of in date schoolbooks or good quality general charity shop donations you get to save 20% on each book complements of Edward Lifesciences Foundation & Energy for generations fund .
Donations can be dropped from 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday to our storeroom at the Tait business Centre . V9483V1 .
FUN LEARNING CLUB
The Fun Learning Club isn’t just a source of academic assistance; it’s a welcoming community that encourages students to reach their goals.
The Club provides volunteer tutors from Mary Immaculate College and the University of Limerick, and the club meets three days a week.
Students receive customized help with any subjects they desire, complete art projects and other fun educational activities, and form valuable friendships outside of school.
10 YEAR MILESTONE
This week, Limerick-based charity Gateway To Education reached the milestone of 10 years in operation. They celebrated the occasion with friends, family, staff and volunteers both past and present.
Gateway to Education Limerick is a non-profit, social enterprise founded in Limerick in April 2012 to address economic and social barriers to education. At the time, founder Suzanne Roche was raising her own children and noticed the high costs of participating with the education system. She decided to try out appealing for donations of school books and uniforms to redistribute in the community to those who needed them. Her pop-up markets were a success and had huge interest. That led her to start the charity and go on to open a shop and run many projects over the years.