Children in Hospital Ireland

Children in Hospital Ireland

Children in Hospital Ireland was founded in 1970 by a group of concerned parents who lobbied on behalf of children in hospital and their families for improved access for parents, access to play and education in hospitals and better communications between parents and medical staff. 

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation


The mission of the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation is to give all children their childhood by providing the necessary protection, care and education for them to sleep in peace, surrounded by love. Without this caring, protective foundation in life, the future of any child is bleak. A happy and secure childhood is one of the most precious and enduring memories we can have and sets the foundation for the life we lead as adults. The opportunity to experience a happy childhood is the right of every child.


Chronic Pain Ireland (formerly Irish Chronic Pain Association)

Established in 1992, Chronic Pain Ireland CLG. is the only national organisation providing information and support services to people living with Chronic Pain. We are a registered charity, and we work with all stakeholders including those living with chronic pain, their families and carers, health professionals, students, researchers and others interested in chronic pain. We provide talks and workshops nationwide to help people better manage and cope with chronic pain.

Our website is a valuable resource of information

Clann Mór

Who we are

Respite and Residential Support

Clann Mór is a community based Respite, Residential and Outreach Support service based in Navan, Kells and Ashbourne Co. Meath, Ireland.  The service supports adults who present with mild or moderate intellectual disabilities, to live permanently in community based homes or avail of respite breaks in its community based Respite Service. The people who avail of the service come from the greater County Meath area.

Clanwilliam Institute: Family and Relationship Psychotherapy – Education and Consultancy

Clanwilliam Institute is a registered charity (CHY6591) that provides Education and Psychotherapy. Its mission is to provide high quality and accessible services to the general public including systemic psychotherapy, professional training programmes, organisational consultancy and research. The values of excellence, accountability and transparency guided by ethical rigour and best practice inform all the Institutes activities.

CoAction West Cork

CoAction provides development and lifestyle enhancement for people with intellectual disabilities in West Cork

Providing community based services in a caring environment, from early childhood through the education pathway into a supportive, self-sustaining adult lifestyle.

Coeliac Society of Ireland

The Coeliac Society of Ireland is a voluntary organisation whose function is to support members, who must adhere to a gluten free diet for life.

The Society is part of the European Association of Coeliac Societies (AOECS) involved in setting standards for gluten free foods both within the European Union and Internationally.

Our mission is:
To promote, safeguard and protect the interests of the members in relation to the Coeliac condition.

Community Awareness of Drugs

Community Awareness of Drugs (CAD) is voluntary organisation and charity that provides comprehensive drug education programmes for parents and carers, as well as drug education opportunities for a range of community workers.

Evolving as we have from a federation of voluntary community based drug awareness groups today CAD is a highly respected, member of the drug education sector both in Ireland and beyond.

Community Creations (

To promote health, culture and creativity through innovative and dynamic initiatives that tackle the root causes of social and health problems.

We operate the National Youth Website which is Ireland's biggest and best youth website and provides information and support for young people aged 16-25 throughout Ireland on issues such as sex, drugs, pregnancy, suicide, food, diet, image and more.


Cope Foundation

Cope Foundation supports over 2,300 children and adults with intellectual disabilities and/ or autism in 65 locations across Cork City and County.  The organisation provides a spectrum of services to the people it supports including early intervention, education, training, autism spectrum disorder, homes, short breaks, physical activities and sports, arts and creative therapies.

Cope Foundation’s vision

“A society where people of every ability can live life to the full.”

Cope Foundation’s mission

Cork ARC Cancer Support House

Mission Statement
We are a voluntary organisation established to provide a holistic centre in which people with cancer and their families can find emotional support and practical help.  Our aim is to provide therapies that complement the medical model, so as to make a difference to the lives of those affected by cancer.