Established in 2000, Cultivate aims to equip people to respond to the twin issues of energy vulnerability and climate change by providing access to the knowledge and tools that cultivate sustainable lifestyles and resilient communities.
At Cultivate you will find:

Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland

The Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland (DDAI) is an organisation working for disabled people, promoting independence and equal opportunity through mobility, education and training. The organisation’s members are people with disabilities themselves.

Our Objectives:

  • To promote the treatment, training, education and general rehabilitation and welfare of person(s) with any permanent physical disability.

Mission Statement:

Dublin Adult Learning Centre

The Dublin Adult Learning Centre (DALC) is an adult basic education centre based in Dublin's north inner city. The centre provides individual and group tuition in reading, writing and spelling for adults with reading and writing difficulties. The service provided is free and confidential.

DALC is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status.

Dundalk Local Employment Service

At the core of this service, is an ethos of offering a "client centered", flexible approach which is tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Through the process of one to one career guidance, each client is assisted to draw up a career plan and to implement it.

Our service is completley free and confidential to you if you have been unemployed for one year or more and if you live in the Dundalk Urban Area.

Dyslexia Association of Ireland

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland - a voluntary organisation with charitable status - aims to promote the understanding, treatment and prevention of the problems associated with dyslexia, a specific learning disability.

The association lobbies for appropriate services for people with dyslexia, and also acts as a service provider, offering assessment, specialist tuition, and training.

The association also aims to increase the public awareness and understanding of dyslexia.

Eco Innovation

Eco Innovation is a registered non-profit organisation founded in 2004.

Through its research and development (R&D) activities, it aims to improve understanding of eco-innovation processes, raise public awareness of the stakes involved, and promote eco-innovations.

We define eco-innovations (EI) as product, process or organisational innovations that add market value and increase environmental and social acceptance. EI are building blocks for sustainable development.

Educate Together

To promote a philosophy of education in which no child is considered an outsider, which promotes the fullest development of ability irrespective of, gender, class or stereotype, and which encapsulates this ethos in a democratic partnership uniquely combining the involvement of parents with the professional role of the teachers.

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:

Engaging Dementia

After more than 22 years, Sonas apc will now go by the name: Engaging Dementia. The change comes with a new visual brand and website, launched on World Alzheimer’s Day.

Engaging Dementiac is a not-for-profit training organisation.

We provide specialised training to people who work with or care for older people with cognitive impairment.

Our mission is to enhance the lives of older people, particularly those with dementia or intellectual disabilities.

Our Aims

EPALE Ireland

EPALE is a multilingual open membership community for teachers, trainers, researchers, academics, policy makers and anyone else with a professional role in adult learning across Europe.

EPALE is free to use and funded by the European Commission.

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:


To act as a corporate facility through which EVE can provide directly through it's own services and others a rehabilitation network involving Certified Training, On the job training, quality long term supported and sheltered employment.

We offer opportunities which enable people to work, live, learn and develop to their utmost potential, and to experience a quality of life as close as possible to that enjoyed by society at large.