EIL Intercultural Learning

EIL Intercultural Learning promotes international peace and friendship through travel and intercultural learning.

Opportunities include voluntary and community service projects abroad, language learning and school and university programmes in other countries.

Scholarship programmes to China, Japan, Argentina, Hong Kong and Turkey.

You will find more information on our 2 websites:

EPIC - Empowering People in Care

EPIC (formerly IAYPIC) is an independent association that works throughout the Republic of Ireland, with and for children and young people who are currently living in care or who have had an experience of living in care. This includes those in residential care, foster care, hostel, high support & special care. EPIC also works with young people preparing to leave care and in aftercare.

Mission Statement:

Feachtas Óg-ghluaiseacht na Gaeilge

Féachann muid leis an nGaeilge a chur chun cinn i measc daoine óga agus tacú lena bhforbairt phearsanta agus shóisialta trí chlár fiúntach, taitneamhach agus dúshlánach a chur ar fáil i gcomhpháirt leis na daoine óga.

Fís Feachtas 

Tá sé mar sprioc againn go spreagtar daoine óga, trí rannpháirteachas in imeachtaí Feachtas, bheith féinmhuiníneach, gníomhach agus bródúil as an nGaeilge agus go mbeidh pobal na Gaeilge níos saibhre dá bharr.

Festina Lente

Festina Lente is a not-for-profit organisation which provides a range of occupational, learning and employment opportunities for people whose needs have not been met in mainstream services as well as services and events for the general public and community.  We have a variety of public services and facilities for everyone to enjoy on our campus in Bray – an Equestrian Centre & Riding School offering private, group and therapeutic horse riding lessons, pony camps, yard & pony care courses and many equine facilitated learning programmes to name just some of our services, a beautifully

Fettercairn Youth Horse Project

The Fettercairn Youth Horse Project aims to develop opportunities for social, personal, educational, and vocational development among young people.

Provide the opportunity for young people to develop skills in animal welfare, stable management and horse riding.

Develop employment opportunities for young people in the equine industry.

We run Group/local/private riding and Stable management Lessons that cater for all group types and needs.

forgotten children

forgotten children has been working to help people with disabilities living in the worlds poorest countries for nearly 100 years.

We support more than 1,000 projects in over 100 countries and are the largest organisation helping people with disabilities in developing countries.

forgotten children believes that no child should be unwanted, abandoned or hidden away just because they have a disability.


Foróige is the leading youth development organisation in Ireland and we have been working with young people since 1952! We empower young people to develop their own abilities and attributes, to think for themselves, to make things happen and to contribute to their community and society. As a result, they develop increased self confidence, self-reliance, resilience and a greater capacity to take charge of their lives. It’s what happy, thriving societies need.

Fresh Film Festival

The Fresh Film Festival is a national film festival for young people, aged between 7 and 18, which takes place in Limerick each year.

The Fresh Film Festival grew out of a need for a specific film festival for young people that would firstly assess their needs and then develop a programme that would suit their requirements. The festival is committed to the creation of a strong film culture in Ireland which it feels can be achieved by having film-making and film education freely accessible to young people.

Galtee Clinic

Galtee Clinic Ltd is a non statutory provider of residential care for children in the care system. We have been in operation for over seven years and currently have two registered homes, in the Mitchelstown area. Galtee Clinic Ltd was initially set up as a pilot project exploring the applicability of social pedagogy to the Irish Social Care context, and is actively involved in providing high quality care, education about social pedagogy and attachment theory and involved in conducting research regarding the effectiveness of our approach.

Girls Friendly Society

The Girls' Friendly Society is the oldest Church of Ireland organisation for girls and women.

The Girls Friendly Society is active in eighty branches throughout Ireland, a wide spectrum of interest is covered in the syllabus, which includes a study of the natural world, the community and the church, the bible, handcrafts and skills, information technology, sports and outdoor pursuits, as well as participating in fund raising to demonstrate our will to help others, both locally and globally.