Disability Federation of Ireland
Ireland needs to change before it’s a fit home for 600,000 people with disabilities. Right now an awful lot is wrong - DFI’s mission is simply to ensure that changes are made that would
The Gay Project
The Gay Project supports, celebrates and advocates for gay, bi+, trans, MSM and queer men. Our mission is to make Ireland the best place to be LGBT +. We do the following to help
Cork Simon Community
Cork Simon Community works in solidarity with men and women experiencing homelessness, offering housing and tailored supports on their journey back to independent living. Cork Simon believes that everyone should have fair access to
Meitheal Mara, Cork’s Community Boatyard, is a maritime heritage organisation for young people and adults, founded
Frameworks Films was established in 1999 to produce challenging and thought-provoking films, both independently and in collaboration with others. We produce documentary films for broadcast locally and work with communities to tell their stories
Sexual Violence Centre
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
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
Cork Traveller Visibility Group
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
Churchfield Community Trust
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
HSE Social Inclusion Services
CESCA is funded by and works in partnership with the HSE Social Inclusion Services in Cork.
The National Social Inclusion office supports equal access to Health Services for people from vulnerable groups.
You can learn more about HSE Social Inclusion Services here.