Irish Links is an online directory that lists Irish non-profit and community organisations. The directory houses about 1,500 organisations in various categories, which are listed alphabetically.
Listings on Irish Links are free. Please note that only Irish non-profit or community organisations can submit items for listing.
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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.
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.
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
Enable people with intellectual disabilities to live meaningful lives of their choosing in their local communities, and to deliver this objective in consultation with them, their families and the local community working with all the stakeholders.
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.
Provides 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.
A voluntary organisation committed to promoting the rights of women and children to live and grow in a peaceful non-violent home environment. We offer assistance to those experiencing domestic abuse which inhibits women making their own choices.
The mission of CLDC is to promote and deliver supports and services for social inclusion, enterprise, rural and community development, both from our own resources and in collaboration with other agencies.
Clare County Library Service is a publicly funded resource to be used for information, learning, culture and the imagination thereby improving the intellectual and cultural quality of life of the community, and is crucial in achieving equality of access to the benefits of the information society.
A free, confidential & client centred employment service for unemployed people and people who wish to return to work. Through one-to-one support we work with you to identify suitable employment and where necessary, find training and education programmes that will prepare you for the workforce.
An independent, charitable organisation that serves the community by the provision of: meeting/training spaces: office acommodation for community service providers: full and part time childcare service.
Whether you are interested in the Irish Emigration story, tracing your ancestors, learning more about the ill-fated Titanic and the Lusitania, or immersing yourself in our naval and military history, Cobh Heritage Centre has it all and lots more.
Coláiste na bhFiann and Cumann na bhFiann are an Irish language organisation for young people that aim to promote the language as a living language. Is eagraíocht Ghaeilge do dhaoine óga iad Coláiste na bhFiann agus Cumann na bhFiann.
Comber Foundation is an Irish NGO which has worked with children in orphanages in Romania since 1991. Comber is now working with the Romanian Government to drive the closure of institutions for children and young adults with disabilities.
Comeragh Wilderness Camp is a unique programme for young people who are having difficulty with their education. The camp offers a group experience that helps youth learn social and life skills, and an outdoor-based approach to education that reignites interest in learning.