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

First Music Contact

FMC started life as a cross-border umbrella group for music collectives in Ireland, to promote, encourage and develop the work of music collectives, to facilitate those already in existence and to help in the start up of new groups.

Expansion in the past number of years now sees FMC as the only free and independent information and resource organisation for popular musicians and the popular music sector in Ireland.

Forbairt Naíonraí Teoranta

Forbairt Naíonraí Teoranta is an all-Ireland voluntary organisation which supports the promotion of education and care services in Irish for children from birth.

Forbairt Naíonraí Teoranta provides support to establish, develop and administer the following services through Irish: crèches, naíonraí, school-aged childcare services, summer camps and parent/guardian and toddler groups.

Advice and assistance is available to individuals or groups wishing to use Irish with children.


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.

Galway One World Centre

Our vision is to work towards creating an inclusive society

  • that is no longer damaged by injustice, oppression and explotation
  • where power and resources are justly shared
  • where people live with dignity, freedom and determination.

Through various activities we link local development issues with their wider global contexts.

GCN - Gay Community News

As Ireland's longest-running free gay publication, Gay Community News (GCN) boasts the largest gay and lesbian readership in the country. Since it was first published as a free newspaper in 1989, GCN has been distributed in pubs, clubs, cafés, libraries, resource centres and bookshops throughout Ireland, north and south, and has built a loyal readership along the way. Because GCN has been around for so long, picking up your monthly copy has become an established routine with a large proportion of Ireland's estimated half million lesbians and gay men.


Genealogical Society of Ireland

The Society promotes the study of genealogy, heraldry, vexillology and social history as open access educational leisure activities available to all sectors of the community irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic circumstances, educational  qualification or social, religious or ethnic background. The the Society has a Social Inclusion Policy and the endorses the "Principle of Public Ownership & Right of Access" to our heritage.