Alone provides various support services to older people (60+) throughout Ireland, including housing support, tech assistance and befriending.
Volunteer Ireland is the national volunteer development organisation and a support body for all local Volunteer Centres and Volunteering Information Services in Ireland
Voluntary Service International (VSI) is the Irish branch of Service Civil International, a worldwide peace movement that began in 1920. We work for peace, solidarity and social justice through volunteering and associated activities. We arrange volunteer projects in Ireland for Irish and international volunteers and send volunteers on projects to our branches and partners worldwide both short-term (1-3 weeks) and long-term (up to 12 months). All our projects are with non-profit/community and voluntary organisations and we work in solidarity with local communities.
Sligo Social Services strives to empower individuals, families and communities in the Sligo region in improving their quality of life through the promotion of social justice, equality and the dignity of the human being.
The idea for the website came about through the ongoing work the Youth Mental Health Initiative, which was established in 2011 to foster the positive mental health and wellbeing of young people aged 12-25 years in Sligo and Leitrim. The Youth Mental Health Initiative involves a partnership between a wide range of statutory and voluntary agencies, communities and young people in order to achieve this aim.
Pavee Point’s mission is to contribute to improvement in the quality of life, living circumstances, status and participation of Travellers & Roma.
Not so Different is a social enterprise that supports individuals who are neurologically diverse, including those with Autism, move towards employment.
The aim of the Family Resource Centre programme is to combat disadvantage and improve the functioning of the family unit.
With core funding provided by TUSLA it is one of 108 family resource centres which form a national community development and family support programme throughout Ireland.
Galway Community Café is a free out-of-hours adult mental health service designed and run by people with lived experience of mental health challenges, and / or supporting those with lived experience.
Family Centres offer a range of therapeutic supportive interventions to children up to the age of 18 years and their parents or carers.