Community Development-Renewal

CASPr (Community After Schools project)

CASPr is situated in the North East Inner City of Dublin.

Its mission is to contribute to the development of the local community by encouraging local people to become actively involved in providing activities for children while at the same time improving their own life situations.

The Project's activities represent a partnership approach at local level between community, local schools and service providers.  The Project has been developed through the vision and hard work of local workers and parents.

Website: http://caspr.ie/

Centre for Co-operative Studies

The Centre for Co-operative Studies is a university research centre that promotes education and training and independent research and consultancy in all aspects of co-operative organisation.

The Centre continues its work of fostering research, study and education about co-operatives. It is a strong focus of support for academics who are interested in co-operatives and it works closely with many national and international co-operative bodies.

ChangeX

ChangeX is a marketplace of proven ideas that makes it easy for people to get the one idea they are passionate about (or several ideas) started in their communities.

ChangeX supports people in starting ideas like CoderDojo, Fighting Words, Irish Men's Sheds or Fáilte Isteach, just to name a few. The ChangeX mission is to build community wellbeing by unleashing the potential of changemakers everywhere.

Changing Ireland

Changing Ireland aims to enable projects to network more effectively and to assist in promoting the profile of the Community Development Programme and of community development in general.

It is intended to be readable and interesting and written by community workers in various parts of the country - so that it reflects the experience of tackling poverty and exclusion at community level.

Chernobyl Children's Project International

Chernobyl Children’s Project International (CCPI) was established by Adi Roche in 1991 to improve the quality of life of thousands of children and their communities in the heart of the Chernobyl zone.

To date CCPI has delivered over Euro 73 million worth of aid and brought over 17,000 children into Ireland on life-enhancing Rest & Recuperation.

The overall objective of the Project is to develop medical and humanitarian programmes that facilitate long-term sustainable community-based solutions.

Key programme areas include:

Children's Group Link

Children's Group Link will endeavor to encourage and assist in the development of children, teenagers and adults. We will strive to create a positive environment for those in our care and help them to express themselves in an open and secure way. The group will strive to achieve these goals through clearly defined methods and objectives.

CityWide

CityWide works to promote and support a community development approach to the drugs problem - this means involving the people who are most affected by the problem in dealing with the problem - drug users, their families and communities.

CityWide aims

Clann Credo – Community Loan Finance

Clann Credo is Ireland’s leading provider of loans to community organisations, sports clubs, charities and social enterprises.  We lend to projects that generate positive social or environmental impact.

Since 1996, over 1,000 projects have benefited from over €125m investment.

We are a social enterprise and we because we’re part of the Community and Voluntary sector, we understand it.  We see the sector’s ability to repay loans where the banks may not, and we never look for personal guarantees.

We finance community ambition!

Clare Museum

Clare Museum is one of the ten county museums in the Republic of Ireland (Donegal, Monaghan, Cavan, Louth, Cork, Tipperary South, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford).

The establishment of Clare Museum is in line with the National Heritage Council's policy to see a systematic development of local authority based county museum structures.

Our main aim is to collect, store, preserve, exhibit and interpret the material culture of County Clare.

Cluid Housing Association

"Building social housing and helping to foster the development of viable and vibrant communities."

Clúid’s mission is to design, build and manage high quality affordable housing and facilitate the creation of homes and sustainable communities for those in housing need.

Clúid’s vision is one where everyone in Ireland has a home that meets their needs and aspirations and Clúid is a housing provider of choice.

Common Purpose

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.