Following the decision of the Government to close schools, universities and the advice that everyone should limit their social interaction, the Trust has taken a number of decisions to protect tenants and staff. Rent Payment Three of the four non-chargeable rent weeks will be moved forward, effective from Friday 13 March. The rent offices will […]
The Trust is delighted to launch its new tenant handbook. Copies of the handbook will be sent to every household over the coming weeks. The handbook is intended to clearly explain as much as possible about living in an Iveagh Trust home – covering areas like your tenancy, rent, maintenance & repairs, your community […]
We are pleased to seek applications for the following position, offering the opportunity to contribute to the work of a respected charitable Trust, in a challenging but rewarding environment. The Iveagh Trust – Compliance Officer Closing Date: Wednesday 12 February 2020 at 5pm ………………………………………………………………………. The Iveagh Trust – Buildings Officer Closing Date: Wednesday 29 […]
Thank you to the staff at #Tesco Ireland for nominating the Iveagh Hostel as their charity partner. Keep an eye out for their collection tubes at Fairview, Talbot St. & Dorset St. The Iveagh Hostel is Ireland’s largest and home to almost 200 men experiencing homelessness.
The Board of Trustees are delighted to publish the Iveagh Trust’s Annual Report for 2018. Entitled “A home for life”, the 2018 report features one of many residents that have found a home with the Trust for almost 90 years, along with an account from one of our longest serving staff members – both fragments […]
Our very own choir has been invited to perform at The Sparks Change Awards on Friday the 18th of October 2019. We would like to wish them the very best of luck with their performance and we’re positive they’ll sound fantastic!
A big Thank You to everyone who visited Nellie’s flat on Saturday the 12th of October as part of the Open House Dublin 2019 event. We hope you enjoyed your experience and went away knowing a bit more about Nellie, The Molloy family, the flat itself and The origins of The Iveagh Trust. We were […]
The Trust is delighted to take part in this year’s Open House Dublin event as we open the door to Nellie’s Flat, No. 3B Patrick Street, this Saturday, October 12th. As this little piece of the Trust is part of a living residential building, we can only facilitate access on rare occasions. This is […]
The Iveagh Trust was delighted to host a welcome barbecue this afternoon with our new community at Clay Farm, Leopardstown. The event was to mark the completion of 44 new Iveagh Trust homes there, with more to follow. The new homes at Clay Farm, quality one and two bed apartments, have been delivered in partnership […]
It is with sorrow that we have learned of the passing of our esteemed former chairperson Francis (Frank) Woodley Peard, in his 100th year. Having joined Guinness in Dublin in 1939, Frank worked in the Accountant’s Department before spending 18 months studying in the United States, from where in addition to working and studying he […]