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Christian Aid

Christian Aid is an agency of the churches in Ireland and the UK. We work wherever the need is greatest – irrespective of religion or race.

Christian Aid works in more than 50 countries with over 600 partners.

Because we believe in strengthening people to find their own solutions to the problems they face, we support local organisations, which are best placed to understand local needs. We also give help on the ground through 16 overseas offices.

We strive for a new world transformed by an end to poverty and we campaign to change the rules that keep people poor.

Christian Blind Mission (CBM)

Based upon our Christian principles, Christian Blind Mission (CBM) exists to cure and prevent blindness, deafness and other disabilities.

We also support blind, visually impaired and otherwise disabled people in those areas of greatest need worldwide. We do this through medical intervention, education and rehabilitation, emergency relief and in capacity building through training, research, advocacy and awareness creation.

In order to achieve this we seek to generate income from individuals and organisations and by developing partnerships internationally.

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation

Mission

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.

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Circle Voluntary Housing Association

Circle Voluntary Housing Association was set up in 2003 to provide high quality social and affordable housing to families and individuals in the Dublin area. It now operates in 28 schemes across Dublin and Kildare, providing housing to approved applicants on local authority housing waiting lists. It also provides facilities management services.

Circle VHA works in partnership with tenants, statutory and community-based agencies to enable socially responsible, environmentally acceptable and sustainable communities in its developments.

Citizens Information

The citizensinformation.ie website provides comprehensive information on public services and on the entitlements of citizens in Ireland. We gather information from various government departments and agencies, and make sure that you have all the information you need, presented in an easy-to-understand way.

The site has been specially designed around the needs of users for those times in life when you need information about your rights and how to apply for State services in Ireland.

City Of Dublin Education and Training Board

City Of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB) is the state education and training authority for Dublin city. We provide, support and co-ordinate a comprehensive range of professional high-quality education, training and youth services in Dublin city.

We are also responsible for supporting further and higher education students all over Ireland through SUSI, the national awarding authority for student grants.

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

Clanmil Ireland

Clanmil Ireland is a registered housing association and is a member of the Irish Council for Social Housing. Following receipt of approved status on 12th February 2002, we have quickly established ourselves as a key social housing provider.

Mission Statement

‘Clanmil Ireland aims to be a primary provider of high quality homes at the lowest possible economic rent for everyone in housing need. It is committed to providing an open and professional service, which is all embracing and sensitive to the needs of the individual’.

Clann Credo – Community Loan Finance

Clann Credo - Community Loan Finance is a social enterprise which not only serves but is also proud to be a part of the Community & Voluntary Sector.

We provide loans to community organisations, charities and social enterprises.

We help organisations achieve their social, economic and financial potential on terms and conditions that may not be available to them commercially.

Clann Mór

Founded in the late 1970’s, a support group was established which provided a meeting place/focus point for parents and friends of people with intellectual disabilities.

In time the group turned its attention to the prospect of the providing Respite Care. They secured a loan to buy a suitable property (St. Oliver’s, Commons Road, Navan). The company purchased this property in 1982. The set-up and preparation for occupation was all done on a voluntary basis, with local companies donating a lot of the contents.