We offer a wide range of educational, social and parenting support programmes. These courses change regularly throughout the year
The rainbows program supports children and young people effected by loss because of bereavement, separation or divorce. Date TBC for when programmes can resume in line with Rainbows Ireland and Government COVID guidelines
The Early Years Programme(Parents Plus) 6 Week Course . An evidence-based parenting course promoting confidence, learning and positive behaviour in young children aged 1 to 6 years. Date TBC
Please contact centre for further information or to book a course.
The Most Deprived (FEAD)
Our monthly hampers and yearly school packs are supported through the FEAD programme.
The FEAD programme is an EU-wide initiative to help support people take their first steps out of poverty and social exclusion. 85% of the funding comes from the EU with the balance of funding coming from the Irish Exchequer. The Department of Social Protection is the Managing Authority for FEAD in Ireland. Our charity benefits from food assistance. The FEAD programme provides non-perishable food via their charity partners to families and individuals in need. Food supplied consist of breakfast cereals, rice, pasta and pasta sauce, soups, canned fish, jam, tea, coffee, sugar, and canned vegetables and fruit. The food items are easy to transport and store.
Our charity also benefits from material assistance under the FEAD
Programme. The programme provides school stationary kits to
children who are being supported by FEAD food assistance in both
national and secondary schools.
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