Sexual Violence Centre

2020-10-08T14:57:02+01:00September 13th, 2020|

Sexual Violence Centre Cork was set up on International Women’s Day in 1983 and has been providing services to victims of sexual violence in Cork city and County for over 37 years. The Centre was formerly known as Cork Rape Crisis Service. Visit website ›


2020-10-08T15:00:47+01:00September 13th, 2020|

YMCA Cork was established in 1886 and ever since has sought to provide relevant services and programmes to young people. These programmes are delivered in an integrated way that always puts the young person at the centre of every activity. Among the programmes which YMCA Cork offers are a Youth Information service with a strong

Mahon CDP

2020-10-08T15:01:59+01:00September 13th, 2020|

Mahon Community Development Project (Mahon CDP) was established in 1992 and is a youth and community project based in an urban designated disadvantaged area in Cork City in Ireland. It is a non profit NGO which is managed by a voluntary board of management. The CDP operates a resource centre, childcare facilities and a youth

Mayfield CDP

2020-12-01T11:42:16+00:00September 12th, 2020|

Mayfield Community Development Project Ltd (Mayfield CDP) was established in 1990. We aim to respond to local needs by the provision of support, educational/ training and developmental opportunities to individuals and groups in the community. We work with people in an inclusive way, encouraging everyone to reach their full potential in a safe, open,

Cork Traveller Visibility Group

2020-10-08T15:04:35+01:00September 12th, 2020|

The Cork Traveller Visibility Group is a community development organisation which works to support Travellers in their day to day lives so they can participate in Irish society as equals. We are a Cork city based organisation but also work in partnership with other Traveller projects regionally and nationally as a member of the


2020-10-08T15:06:03+01:00September 12th, 2020|

Nasc was established in 2000 to enable migrants to access justice and human rights and continues to work to ensure a just, inclusive, and integrated society. Nasc, the Irish word for ‘link’, empowers migrants to realise and fulfil their rights. Nasc works with migrants and refugees to advocate and lead for change within Ireland’s

Churchfield Community Trust

2020-10-08T15:07:03+01:00September 12th, 2020|

Churchfield Community Trust was founded in 1994 and bases its ethos on the Servol model. The philosophy which underlies the work of Servol is one of respectful interventions in people’s lives and situations. We offer training, work and enterprise skills with a particular focus on Adult Education, Woodwork, Painting and Horticulture. We bridge the

Before 5

2020-10-08T15:08:39+01:00September 12th, 2020|

The Before 5 Family Centre was established over 40 years ago to provide: Quality, innovative childcare services to meet the physical, social, educational and emotional needs of children in the community Positive support for parents and communities relating to child development. To contribute towards the personal development of individuals and enhance local community development.