Epilepsy Ireland

Epilepsy Ireland (previously Brainwave - The Irish Epilepsy Association) was established in 1967 by a group of individuals concerned to improve the quality of life of people with epilepsy in Ireland.

Epilepsy Ireland is committed to working for everyone with epilepsy in Ireland; their family and carers, and to meeting their needs.

Europa Donna Ireland

Europa Donna Ireland, The Irish Breast Cancer Campaign, is one of the 34 member countries of Europa Donna - The European Breast Cancer Coalition.

It is an advocacy group, which lobbies politicians and decision makers at local, national and European level.

Its main goals are to raise awareness about breast cancer and to campaign for equal access to the best possible diagnostic and treatment services for all women.

European Institute of Women's Health

The European Institute of Women's Health is a non-governmental organisation working to make the health and well being of women a priority for the European Commission and Member States of the European Union.

The Insitute is a registered charity.

The EIWH is working to achieve its objective by:

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

Fighting Blindness

Fighting Blindness is a charity which funds research into cures and treatments for blindness. It also provides a unique counselling service for families affected by eye conditions.

Finding cures for blindness will be one of the great human achievements of history and here in Ireland we’re at the forefront of the race. Most of the research funded by Fighting Blindness is at the cutting edge of science and cures for some conditions are in sight.

Finglas Counselling Service

The Finglas Counselling Service is a voluntary organisation founded in 1990 by a group of local community workers, who identified a need for a counselling service for people in the area. Having been based in a number of locations since it opened, the Finglas Counselling Service has now found a permanent home in St Helena’s Family Resource Centre in Finglas.

Gay Health Network

Gay Health Network (GHN) was established in 1994 and is an all-Ireland Network of gay and bisexual men involved in HIV and sexual health from the statutory and voluntary sector.

GHN is open to any gay or bisexual men involved in the area of HIV and sexual health in Ireland.

Gay Project

Irish gay, bi+, trans community NGO. We provide info and resources, run events and social groups, deliver workshops and talks and campaign for LGBT+ rights.

Gay Information Cork (Helpline) can be contacted at 1890 929 539 Tuesdays from 6:30-10pm Address 4 South Terrace, Cork City, Co. Cork Opening Hours 12-3 Monday, Wednesday and Friday + most evenings and weekends (see website for more information).


GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems.

Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, or indeed, to prevent such happening.

GROW, founded in Australia in 1957 by former mental sufferers, has a national network of over 145 Groups in Ireland. Its principal strength is the support members give each other from their own experience in matters to do with mental health. GROW is grant aided by all of the Health Boards and by the Department of Health and Children.



The National Association for Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) 'Aims to bring about positive change in the lives of all those affected by an acquired brain injury'

Headway Ireland campaigns for more services for those affected by ABI.
We also directly provides the following services:

Health Management Institute of Ireland

The HMI is the professional body for healthcare managers across all sectors of the health services in Ireland. Its overall aim is the development of standards of management competence and practice. We inform, educate and involve members and stakeholders in professional development and networking activities.

HMI is a Registered Charity