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Airfield Estate is not simply a beautiful place with a remarkable history and a commitment to food education and sustainable practices, it is a social and charitable hub that invests in people and communities far beyond the boundary walls of the Estate.
A visit to Airfield Estate is something different to everyone who visits: a haven for gardening enthusiasts, animal lovers, food lovers, families and peace-seekers, we go the extra mile to give everyone a great day out.
For a unique way to say thank you to someone special give the gift of nature with a voucher for Airfield Estate.
The full details are here: https://www.airfield.ie/gift-cards/
We operate six Recyling Recycling Centres in County Donegal. A wide range of items are collected for recycling and we also accept garden and household waste.
At our Recycling Centres we have containers for different recyclable materials. To make your visit easier and quicker please sort your recycling materials at home. All items for recycling should be clean. Our staff will be happy to help you in any way they can.
We offer free tours for school groups at all our Recycling Centres in Donegal. During these visits pupils can discover how to recycle a wide range of items from their homes and schools.
Common Purpose Ireland is a global social enterprise that develops, upskills and connects people from a range of geographies, generations, sectors, specializations, backgrounds and beliefs to help them become more effective leaders. We call this cross-boundary leadership.
We use a unique peer to peer experiential approach to broaden people’s perspectives and unlock their true potential. This is real life learning, using the City as the Classroom, creating timely and relevant solutions to the challenges organizations, society and its leaders face every day.
Membership of the Dublin Circus Centre offers the ability to train in your given discipline, including aerial arts*, and use of DCP circus equipment on a daily basis over the period of your membership.
Annual Dublin Circus Project Registration offers any persons from 16 years old+* the opportunity to become involved with DCP in various capacities. Throughout each year DCP runs multiple events and facilitates the training and teaching of circus skills.
Annual DCP Registration is €5 per annum and must be paid along with the filling out of the Dublin Circus Project Registration form which is available on site.
Anyone who wishes to drop-in or become a member of the Dublin Circus Centre must first be a DCP Registrant. First sign-ups are done at the Centre.
We help to enable non-profit organisations to give better service to more people through the systematic and innovative use of technology.
In partnership with TechSoup, we offer the Enclude Tech Donations Programme which enables registered charities to receive product donations from Microsoft, Adobe, Google, Cisco and other providers. We work in consultation with non-profit organisations to develop solutions that are configured, customised and integrated to support their organisational needs.
We are Ireland's first ever carer-owned cooperative in home care.
We are a not-for-profit social enterprise, which means we put people first.
Looking for a home care provider that values consistency, flexibility and kindness?
The GCC is your answer. We offer a holistic approach to all your personal and household care needs, working with your circles of support to maintain your independence all the way. Our neighborhood care team live locally and have the freedom to respond to you and your changing needs as they unfold.
All profit is reinvested back into our mission to provide Great Care and Great Jobs. We invest in our carers so they can invest in you.
The Green Kitchen is a Social Enterprise that partners with WALK. It consists of a café, a garden centre and a training room. It prides itself on its tasty, nutritious, home-cooked foods and serves coffee from the award winning coffee roasters, Bell Lane Coffee.
The café has a relaxed, community atmosphere and the staff team really like to get to know their customers! The cafe support and train a number of people who have disabilities. Many of these people go on to secure paid employment and have gained new confidence in themselves and their abilities.
The Green Garden is a relaxing outdoor space outside the back of the Green Kitchen, in Walkinstown Green, Dublin 12.
If you are doing up your own garden why not pop up and get some ideas or speak with some of our horticultural experts who will advise you.
There are many freshly grown items on sale here.
Most importantly, our garden centre offers excellent opportunities for the people we support to become involved in this fantastic community initiative while learning a new skill.
#Houseofakina Social Enterprise creates Handmade + Limited Edition accessories. Profits are used for workshops and programs to support marginalised Migrant Women in Ireland. Using creativity to show best practice of integrating new communities while challenging the status quo.
#Houseofakina products promote inclusion through their design, employment through their creation and profits help to support integrating new communities; via programs and capacity building workshops.
Local guides showing you what it’s like to live in the Liberties
All cities have a heart. That heart is not just a place. It’s a story. It’s a community. It’s a web of hidden secrets.
In Our Shoes Tours takes you right to that heart. It invites you to uncover those secrets. To understand its community. Local guides will lead you off the beaten track, through local history and folklore, by landmarks famous and hidden, through high streets and back lanes – right to the heart of The Liberties, the heart of Dublin.
Let us guide you though the hidden city that only the locals know through this one-of-a-kind, authentic and fun experience.
In Our Shoes Walking Tours is a special social enterprise initiative of Robert Emmet Community Development Project.
JumpAgrade provides your child with personalised teaching from the comfort of your own home… no more travel expenses, no more cold nights waiting for grinds to finish. Hurray!
With up to 15 subjects to choose from, our expert tutors can help your child to jumpAgrade!
Our mission is simple: to help every student to fulfill their potential.