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Active Connections

Active Connections

Transforming Lives through Adventure

Active Connections CLG aims to have adventure therapy as an option for all people in need, and at risk in the country.
Created in April 2011 Active Connections CLG is a not for profit company working with young people with behavioral difficulties. Active Connections is leading the charge of introducing adventure therapy based programmes in Ireland. Since inception we have worked in partnership with statutory and non-statutory agencies, delivering programmes to young people and their families in the regions of Dublin, Cork, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Carlow, Wexford, and Waterford.

Team Building

We build the experience to meet the need of your team.
The focus is to make the experience a meaningful investment for your company.
We prefer to get team off site but are happy to develop a plan which will suit the needs of the team.
As all profits go directly to our social impact work with teen at risk we can send you a impact report of how we used our profit from your experience to transform the life of a young person in need.

Ballinlough, Killeagh, Co. Cork Registered Charity Number. 20201356, Cork
Alex’s Adventure Ltd.

Alex’s Adventure Ltd.

Alex's Adventure is a substance misuse programme that teaches post-primary students on the impacts of substances and how the choices we make can have various concequences.

Nicole Ryan is the CEO of Alex's Adventure Ltd. – The ‘build your own E-dventure’ programme for substance misuse learning. A Marine Engineer by trade, Nicole went back to college in 2017 to study Substance Misuse use & Addiction in UCC and began Alex’s Adventure in 2016. Alex’s Adventures has big plans for the future. Buoyed by recent success, they are supported by a range of bodies including the Brazilian Yunus &Youth Social entrepreneurship fellowship, UCC Ignite Programme and the Argentinean Social Innovation Warehouse it hopes to impact over 500,000 students in the next 5 years.

Millstreet, Cork, Millstreet P51Y09C
Repairing and selling recycled bikes

An Mheitheal Rothar

We're a not for profit cooperative in Galway City. We take bikes sent for scrap to waste amenities and repair them for sale, while teaching cycle mechanic skills to our trainees. We also do repairs & services on bikes and run regular DIY workshops where you can learn to fix your own bike from our volunteer mechanics.

Unit 21-22, Galway Shopping Centre, Headford Road, Galway, Galway
Garden Cafe

Churchfield Community Trust CLG

Social Enterprise

Churchfield Community Trust, is a community based organisation situated on the Northside of Cork City. As an organisation we operate three several social enterprise initiatives which continue to report significant positive social impacts which contribute to the social economy .

The Garden Café :
This social enterprise provides training and mentoring in a live café environment to men and women who are interested in progressing to employment in the catering industry. Mentoring and certified training is delivered to employees who engage as part of the Garden Café initiative. The Garden Café is open to the public Monday to Friday providing freshly baked scones , Maher's coffee and light lunches. Catering for functions can be facilitated on request .
Compass Crafts:
Our carpentry team, based at Knockfree Avenue workshop, design and produce garden furniture. playpark items and creche furniture. Trainees are trained and mentored under the supervision of the workshop manager in a live workshop environment focusing on pre-apprenticeship skills.

Growing Initiative
Our Horticulture team situated at the hydro farm in Tower ,Co. Cork grow and supply, fresh seasonal produce such as salad leaves, seasonal vegetables and fresh herbs to local restaurants including elbow lane and our own garden Cafe .

Social Impact
Special category community employment and continuing adult education initiatives provide a platform for progression to sustainable employment and re-integration within communities of origin for our participants. CCT works collaboratively with people on special category substance misuse community employment and TUS through the provision of personal, vocational and educational supports.

Churchfield Community Trust 021- 4210348 Garden Cafe 087-2888600
Churchfield Community Trust 107-109 Knockfree Avenue , Churchfield , Cork, Cork, Cork T 23 - YR 66
Dublin Food Co-op

Dublin Food Co-op

We are a vibrant community food co-op committed to providing wholesome, sustainable and affordable food to our members and wider community.

Come and visit us at our shop on Kilmainham Square were you can find the finest organic produce and Dublin's best range of minimal waste groceries.

Or check out our click and collective service on our website.

Join up as a member to get access to member benefits and get a say in how our food democracy is run.


Kilmainham Square, Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Dublin, Dublin D08 Y447
Clients working in one of our Virus Killer hand sanitiser packing stations

EPIC Social Enterprise – Virus Killer

Our Social Enterprise supplies hand sanitiser

Wexford Local Development, Spawell Centre, Wexford, Wexford Y35E2FK
The Green Kitchen

Green Kitchen

Trading Activities
Education and training service Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services Food, beverages, tobacco and related products
The Green Kitchen opened its doors for business in September 2014. It provides wonderful fresh produce and coffee served daily. The Green Kitchen also provides training and employment opportunities for people interested in pursuing a career in the catering industry.
Social Impact
Citizenship and community Conservation of the natural environment Employment, training and education


Listowel Community Centre

An Activity, Health and Well being Centre, set in an idyllic Green Flag park with Gym, Sauna, Steamroom, Sports Hall, Fitness Classes and 1000 seater Entertainment Venue.

Childers Park & Woodlands, Listowel, Co. Kerry V31 VK13
Custom made Garden furniture & Planters

PACE Social Enterprise

The core objective of PACE S.E. is to create jobs for people who have experienced prison or probation and find it difficult to secure employment. Like other businesses, we trade in goods and services on an ongoing basis, however, any surplus we make is re-invested to create more jobs.

Our goal is to prepare people for progressing into mainstream employment and also to positively help change the attitudes of potential employers and communities towards former prisoners who want and are trying to turn their lives around.

At PACE Social Enterprise, we manufacture and maintain flower planter boxes and street furniture. Our handcrafted products are made in our workshops and the flowers are propagated and grown in our polytunnels and gardens.

Contact: 087 406 1989.
As we make a wide range of products, please contact us directly for any products that are not listed at our online shop.
Twitter: @PACE_irl

01 8427997 / 01 8428432
PACE, Unit 3a Santry Hall Industrial Estate, Santry, Dublin 9


ReCreate is a thriving social enterprise with a vision to inspire curiosity, creativity and care for the environment. We do this by working:

- To Foster Creativity: To inspire creativity and curiosity through access to open-ended materials and training on their use

- To inspire Champions of Reuse: To be the ‘Go To’ source for education on reuse and champion environmental sustainability

- To support social inclusion: To provide effective workplace experience to local people distant from the labour market and a welcoming space for those with additional needs.

Unit J5, Ballymount Drive, Ballymount, Dublin 15, Dublin, Dublin 15