The Irish Cancer Society X-HALE 2019 Youth Worker Training and Short Film Competition grant opportunities are now open for applications!
Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death worldwide. Supporting young people to be smoke free and empowering them to take action on tobacco will save lives and improve life opportunities for generations to come.
Since 2011, the Irish Cancer Society has provided grant assistance, training and resources to over 270 youth organisations nationwide to support their participation in X-HALE, our youth smoking prevention and education programme.
The European Commission announced X-HALE as the overall winner of the EU Health Awards 2018 for the programmes innovative social dimension and peer to peer approach to working with young people at risk of tobacco use.
Check out the X-HALE 2019 opportunities below to find out how your youth organisation can join the Irish Cancer Society in working towards Ireland’s first tobacco free generation.
X-HALE 2019 Training for Youth Workers and Volunteers in Smoking Prevention and Education
Registration is now open for free Irish Cancer SocietyX-HALE
2019 Training for Youth Workers and Volunteers in
Cork, Limerick, Sligo, Galway, Dublin and Waterford (TBC).
If you are a staff member or volunteer working with young people aged 10-24 in a youth organisation/Youthreach/Community Training Centre, don’t miss this chance to get the skills and materials to educate and empower your staff and service users around tobacco. Join us in supporting young people to become Ireland’s first tobacco free generation.
· Learn more and register – dates throughout February nationwide
· Places are limited, please register early
· Queries to email@example.com or (01) 2316624
X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Grant Call
The Irish Cancer Society is now inviting youth groups, clubs services, projects and centres across Ireland to apply for an X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Grant. The X-HALE Short Film Competition is an exciting opportunity for youth groups to create and promote a youth-led short-film that encourages young people to be smoke free.
groups can avail of grants, free training, film making workshops and resources;
and will be invited to watch all competition entries on the big screen at the
X-HALE Youth Awards 2019, with a chance of winning cool prizes. This year
alongside the Short Film Competition, we are excited
to invite a number of interested and enthusiastic participants from each group
to join the all new X-HALE Youth Advocate Programme and Youth Worker Champions
Network. Young people also have the opportunity to use their
participation towards a Bronze level Gaisce Award.
If your youth organisation works with 10-24 year olds and you are
interested in receiving funding, resources and training to educate and empower
the young people you work with around smoking in a creative and engaging way,
the Irish Cancer Society want to hear from you.
· Learn more and apply
· Closing date is Thursday 28th February 2019.
· Queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or (01)2316624