DDSL/ISPCC Childline partnership – 04/11/20
The Dublin & District Schoolboys’/Girls’ League is to partner with the ISPCC Childline listening service.
The DDSL says it is proud to partner with an organisation that provides such an important range of services to young people all over the country.
This, according to the DDSL, reflects their commitment to the health and well-being of all underage players off the pitch as well as on it.
The DDSL understands many young people face challenges in their lives, not least in the current environment with COVID-19.
While football provides an important outlet for physical and mental well-being, it is critically important that our young people are aware of the services provided by Childline and are encouraged to avail of them where required.
The DDSL looks forward to playing its part in highlighting these services through their League and extensive Club network across the Greater Dublin Area and beyond.
Your club can help highlight this partnership and the Childline Service by sharing and tagging ISPCC Childline in your posts.
Instagram – @ispcc_childline
Facebook – @ISPCCChildline
Twitter – @ISPCCChildline
About ISPCC Childline
Childline is Ireland’s 24-hour national listening service for all children and young people (under the age of 18) in Ireland. It is private, confidential and non-judgemental and can be contacted for free from anywhere in Ireland.
Childline can be contacted by any child or young person by calling 1800 66 66 66, texting to 50101 or chatting online at Childline.ie 24 hours a day, every day.