Aisling Project

Aisling Project is an After School Intervention working throughout the community of Ballymun.

We currently operate over five afterschool centres across Ballymun, working with over 150 children and Young People from the ages of 7 to 16+ years.

Alpha Ireland

We provide tools, training, and resources to bring about renewal in the church in Ireland.

Working with all Christian denominations, our mission is to equip the church to help people encounter Jesus.

We are by the church, for the church, and through the church.

Art to Heart

Founded by Jole Bortoli, Art to Heart is a company with a passion for art, creativity and beauty and we want to share this passion with people of all ages and backgrounds. We believe each and everyone one of us has creative talents and that when nurtured and developed they are transforming.

Astronomy Ireland

Astronomy Ireland is the National Astronomy Club of Ireland (North and South).

Astronomy Ireland works to develop interest in Astronomy and Space in particular and Science in general through its magazine Astronomy and Space, countrywide lectures, exhibitions, and viewing nights.

Athy Community & Family Resource Centre

Our remit is to work with communities and families from all over Athy, urban and rural areas, to support and encourage active participation and to build strong families and communities. The primary focus of our work and the services we provide, is on early intervention aiming to promote and protect the health, wellbeing and rights of all individuals, children, young people and their families. We also aim to encourage and support the strengthening of communities and sense of belonging and ownership amongst the population of Athy, for all people, across the life span.

Atlantic Youth Trust

And now, emerging from COVID with youth mental health issues, we are needed more than ever as we finalize our New Ship funding package.

We do so in the spirit of excellence, sustainability, and adventure around the World – and as an Irish North-South / East-West maritime development, tourism, youth development, trade, and cultural integration charity.  We strive to deliver a top voyage programme through the “STV Grace O’Malley” Tallship.  And to build our ATLANTIC Youth  Club, our Academy.

Attuned Programmes Ireland

Attuned Programmes Ireland (formerly known as Futurescape) was founded in 2019 to respond to the needs of young people at risk of homelessness. Since then, we have expanded all over Ireland to include residential, aftercare and disability services within the community. We provide bespoke and attuned programmes for children, young people, and adults to support and guide them towards a positive future.  We are social care led and provide the following services,

Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland

Autism assistance dogs Ireland was founded on the 26 of April 2010. Our National Headquarters is based in Quartertown Mills in Mallow Co. Cork.

This is a primary service providing highly trained assistance dogs for children with autism and their families.

Our charity provides a valuable service that can have life changing effects for children with autism and their families.  Assistance dogs are provided free of charge.

Baby Friendly Health Initiative in Ireland (BFHI)

Baby Friendly Health Initiative in Ireland (BFHI) is a registered charity active since 1998 and serves as the National Authority for the WHO/UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative in Ireland. All maternity units participate in the BFHI in Ireland.

The main object for which the BFHI is established is to benefit the community by encouraging and supporting health-promoting practices towards ensuring a breastfeeding supportive health care environment which fosters life-long health for infants and their mothers.

Activity of the BFH aims to:

Balally Family Resource Centre

Balally FRC is now one of 107 Family Resource Centres (FRCs) supported through the Child and Family Agency’s Family and Community Services Resource Centre Programme. In 2014 Tusla – the Child and Family Agency (CFA) was established and the FRC programme became part of this dedicated state agency responsible for well-being and outcomes for children.

Ballincollig Family Resource Centre

What do we do?

The aim of the Ballincollig Family Resource Centre is to establish, promote and operate a community development programme which acts as a focus and catalyst for community development for Ballincollig and surrounding areas promoting educational, cultural and economic welfare and particularly to empower disadvantaged groups to effectively participate in programmes of a personal development.