Cope Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation which supports 2,800 children and adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism.
Our mission is to effect positive change in the lifestyles of Irish people, to achieve better outcomes for those affected by heart disease and stroke and to challenge when the health of our nation is
Cork-based overseas development and volunteering organisation working to eradicate the root causes of poverty through partnerships in Southern Africa, India, and Southeast Asia.
Team building, Adventure, Outdoor, Well being,
Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty.
The Cork Cancer Care Centre this wonderful premises is our official meeting point and ‘home away from home’ where we provide vital support to all those touched by cancer.
Triskel Arts Centre is a vibrant cultural HUB in the heart of Cork City, a multidisciplinary space housed in a fully refurbished neoclassical Georgian Church: live music, cultural cinema, visual arts
The Ballyphehane Community Association operates and maintains a Community Centre in the heart of the Ballyphehane community, located within the grounds of a community park with off-street parking.
Crann create personalised solutions for people living with neuro-physical disabilities. At our purpose-built, & fully accessible facility in Ovens, Cork, we will help you and your family flourish.
Keeping Families Close
Cork ARC Cancer Support House is a voluntary organisation and registered charity, with centres in Cork city and Bantry. All of our services are free of charge.