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


Shine aims to empower people with mental ill health and their families through support, information and education. We also advocate for social change, promoting and defending the right of all those affected by mental ill


Niche Health Project (Cork) (NICHE) is a community development health project that promotes positive health and wellbeing. NICHE promotes health holistically and works within the social determinants of health. We provide indoor and outdoor


LINC is the only community development organisation working exclusively with Lesbian and Bisexual women in the Republic of Ireland. Through the LINC Resource Centre, we have completed a comprehensive outreach training and development programme.


The Social and Health Education Project (SHEP) - established in 1974 - is an Irish Community Education & Development Project. We are a community of people inspired by a shared vision. In solidarity and partnership

Meitheal Mara

                                     Meitheal Mara, Cork’s Community Boatyard, is a maritime heritage organisation for young people and adults, founded

Frameworks Films

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


Ballyphehane Togher Community Development Project was established in 1994. We are a small, dynamic, community anchor project on the south side of Cork city. The project is managed by local people to respond to


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

Mahon CDP

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

Mayfield CDP

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


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

Before 5

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

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.