Making your event accessible for those who are deaf or who are hard of hearing will allow you access the widest possible audience and enable more people to fully enjoy your event Some of the information below has been kindly provided by the Irish Deaf Society.  You can find more information and resources on their...
  For people with autism, or 1 in 100 of every community, participation in events can pose a huge array of challenges and may, at times, be more a source of stress than  enjoyment. They are busy, socially intensive environments, which often we go to out of routine, and these  factors can pose barriers to...
Making your event accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired will ensure it is suitable for the widest possible audience and allows everyone to enjoy your event comfortably and safely.   Please ensure that when you list your event on this Site you enter all the relevant information regarding provisions you have put...
Here are 20 steps to follow to ensure your charity event is a big success... Establish the purpose of the events. Is this truly a fundraising event? Or does it have other goals? Perhaps your organization may be hoping to raise money at the event, but the main function of the event is to gain...
  If you plan on selling or serving food at your event, you must remember that the safety of visitors to your event is paramount.  Ensuring that basic hygiene standards are maintained will minimise the risk of accidents or food poisoning.  You don’t want your event to be remembered for the wrong reasons. Don't Forget...