Clann Credo - the Social Investment Fund, is the leading provider of Social Finance to community based projects in Ireland, and has offices in Dublin, Cork and Mayo. It is a Not-for-Profit organisation with charitable status.
Mission Statement: To assist community groups in County Monaghan tackle common problems, address common issues, and to provide a platform for community groups to share information and promote community development.
The purpose of the County Longford Community and Voluntary Forum is to facilitate the representation of and participation by community and voluntary groups in in the Economic, Social and Cultural Developement of County Longford.
Common Purpose finds leaders everywhere from all ages, backgrounds and in every sector - private, public and not-for-profit and we bring them together to learn from each other and begin to understand they have a common goal.
Community Connections is situated just a mile on the south side of the border and we work in West Fermanagh, North Leitrim and West Cavan. We are funded by the Department of Social Community and Family Affairs under its Community Development Programme (CDP).
Formerly known as UCIT (Ireland) Ltd., Community Finance (Ireland) is a subsidiary of Ulster Community Investment Trust Ltd (UCIT). The group was established in 1995 in response to decreasing grant support from government and the difficulties experienced by community organisations in accessing commercial loan facilities.
The Community Partnerships are working under the framework of the National Development Plan (2000-06) funded through the Local Development Social Inclusion Programme (LDSIP), to address issues of poverty, social deprivation, and marginalisation which has intensified in some urban and rural areas.