‘No way we’re ever going to be the same’: Sinnar to launch new charity in India

sinnareighi,northern ireland,irish-based sinnaranis new charity, Sinnareee, will start operations in India in July, it has been announced.

The announcement comes just days after Sinic Youth Foundation launched a similar initiative in Sri Lanka, which has since closed.

The charity, which is backed by the Sinic Foundation, will raise funds for the children and families of victims of sexual assault in the north-east of Ireland.

Sinnareeighi was founded by Sinnaran Harris, who was previously a member of the Sinnarian Party and now a prominent figure in the Irish political scene.

Harris told the Irish Times: “I feel like I’m at a stage in my life where I want to help people.

I’m just really looking for something to help and do something that I’m passionate about, which might sound like a cliché, but it’s really not.”

He said that he wanted to help the survivors of sexual abuse by making their lives easier and that the money raised by the new charity would help those in need.

Sindh is the country of Ireland’s second-largest ethnic minority, with a population of around 50,000.

It is also home to around 30,000 ethnic Irish who are ethnic minority.

The news follows a report in the Daily Mail in January 2016, which claimed that Sinnareighis aim to help children from the north and east of Ireland who are victims of sex abuse.

The Irish Times reported that the charity was formed after the former leader of Sinnarism, Patrick O’Connell, died last year.