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Aid Africa

Aid Africa is rebuilding sustainable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa through the manufacture and distribution of efficient cooking stoves, providing clean water by digging and repairing wells, and planting trees to reforest the region.

Blakestown Community School

The population grew rapidly in the early 1970’s causing an expansion of Dublin City and a large movement of people west to the Blanchardstown area to new suburban housing estates on greenfield sites. Blakestown Community School was built to cater for the needs of the ever growing population, its intention to be a focal point for that developing community.

Lucan United FC

Lucan United FC is a Dublin soccer football club that was formed in the 1950's. The club began life as Spa Rovers but in the 1960's changed the name to Lucan Celtic and Dodsboro. Finally, in 1969 the soccer club was renamed Lucan United. Inn 1999 the merger of United and Intel FC meant 0that it was possible for the club to enter a team into the Leinster Senior League for the first time. Lucan United currently has 18 teams from under 7's up to senior level. The club teams play their soccer matches on football pitches at Airlie Heights, Dodsboro, Lucan, Co. Dublin

Arc Cancer Support

ARC Cancer Support Centres are a haven from the outside world, offering support to men, women and children affected by cancer and those who care for them. The support is holistic and complements medical treatment with counselling, psychological support, complementary treatments and care. Founded in 1994, ARC is a registered, independent Irish charity.

Trinity Gaels GAA Club, Dublin

Trinity Gaels has catered for boys and girls in the Holy Trinity Parish and surrounding areas in Football, Hurling and Camogie since 1975.

Fettercairn Community and Youth Center

Provides facilities for community groups to meet and offer activities. The facilities can be used for a wide range of activities - Youth Groups, Soccer Clubs, Irish and Freestyle Dancing, Baton Twirlers, Taekwando Classes, Computer Courses, Historical Societies, After School Club and Out of School Activities and a Community Garden & Playground. There are also meeting rooms available for hire. List of Services: Fettercairn Little Ones Creche, Fettercairn Drug Rehabilitation Project, Fettercairn Estate Management, Foroige Tallaght Youth Service, Fettercairn Community Health Project, Brookfield Fettercairn Mens Shed, The centre also has a public cafe serving hot and cold food daily.

Plan International

For 80 years, we've been taking action and standing up for every child's right to fulfill their potential. On a daily basis, our energy is devoted to making a difference for children living in poverty. We stand up for children's rights. We listen to the children we work with and find the best way forward together. We trust in what we do and strive to be open, accountable and honest. We are different. We are Plan International.

civil service gaelic, dublin

We're a friendly Gaelic Football club based in Islandbridge in Dublin. Why not come and be part of a rich tradition.

Unicef Ireland

There are many children around the world who are living in crisis. These children have been left with no place to call home. Leaving them exposed to abuse and neglect. We work around the clock to ensure children have the protection and safety they need.

Tallaght Leisure Celtic FC

Tallaght Leisure Celtic F.C. playing in Jobstown, Tallaght is a new South Dublin based football club. The club plays home matches at Jobstown Park off the Cheeverstown Road. Tallaght competes in the United Churches Football League, playing on Saturday afternoon. The club was formed in 2012 and currently has one senior men's team but next year could have two senior teams depending on the success this year.

Whitehall Colmcille GAA Club, Dublin 9

Whitehall Gaels, as we were called back then, was founded in 1954. The first meeting, presided over by Fr. J.K.O'Sullivan and was attended by interested parishioners. They agreed to enter teams in the under 13 and 15 North Dublin Leagues. A committee was elected to run the club. The following year the club successfully lobbied Dublin Corporation for the use of Ellenfield Park, also known as the 'Plots' for playing pitches. We took over the lease Thorndale Tennis Club had with Dublin Corporation on Collins Avenue in 1966. We are still there with our popular members bar (opened 1978), sports hall (built 1986) and ancillary rooms. We purchased land in Cloghran in 1988 and built dressing rooms on the site in 1997, an all weather training pitch in 2002 and weights room in 2004.

Drumfinn Celtic FC

Drumfinn Celtic was founded in Ballyfermot, Dublin in 1985. It is a small soccer club that has three football teams competing. The club pitch is in Markievicz Park, Ballyfermot. The teams train at the back of the B.L.C.O Complex. Drumfinn has had some success over the years winning the Dublin and District Schoolboys League league at under-12 level. That team were unbeaten for the whole season. In 2007 the under 14's lost in the semi-final of the Hollywood Cup. The under 13's were runners-up in their league losing by just one point. Drumfinn intends to bring on an under 9 age group team over the next season or two. Drumfinn Celtic are always looking for new players and contact can be made with the club using any of the contact details listed below.


Trocaire meaning "Compassion" is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland.

Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin

Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin is Ireland's largest paediatric hospital. Our Lady's mission is to constantly improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents in a safe environment which is driven by quality healthcare and supported by excellence in Knowledge, Education and Research. In 2016 the hospital had 38,079 emergency attendances, 18,965 day cases, 10,855 in patient admissions, 80,190 outpatient attendances and 12,766 surgical procedures performed.

Beann Eadair CLG GAA , Howth, Dublin

Beann Eadair GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in based in the Howth area in the north of County Dublin. The club has an adult men's football team and boys' and girls' underage teams at various levels.

Irish Cancer Society

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with breast cancer, we can provide the information you need, whether you're making a decision about treatment, looking for support or need to understand the basics.

Lucan Sarsfield GAA Club, Dublin

Founded in 1886, Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club is the largest sporting organisation in West Dublin, and the oldest.The club was also the first in Ireland to be named after the great Irish hero Patrick Sarsfield - who was born in Lucan around 1649 and became Earl of Lucan in 1690 - and began life as most GAA clubs did, with a group of local young men getting together and forming a club. Gaelic games in the Lucan area actually date back much further than that with records of early football games going back as far as the 14th century when teams from Lucan and Leixlip took on one another on the frozen river liffey.

Our Lady of Victory FC

Our Lady of Victory FC (OLV) is a Dublin soccer football club that was established in 1959 in Ballyfermot. Club secretary Paddy O'Dwyer has been largely responsible for the longevity of OLV. Our Lady of Victory competes in the Amateur Football League and plays home matches at Markievicz Park in Ballyfermot Dublin 10. Currently OLV has four teams including an over 35's team. Tommy Mahon is the manager of the Amateur Football League (AFL) Division 1 Sunday team. John Lowndes manages the AFL Division 2 Sunday Over 35's team. The OLV Sunday team won the AFL Division One title and won the Harding Cup in the 2010/11 season.

St. Mochta's National School

St. Mochta’s National School has a history spanning over 150 years, the original structure of the school being built in 1853 and officially opened in January 1854.

St. Patricks GAA Club Dublin

St. Patricks GAA Club is a GAA Club based in Palmerstown, Dublin, Ireland.

Merchants Quay

We are a nationwide voluntary organisation providing a wide range of services to people who are homeless and for drug users

Ashwood FC Dublin

Founded in 1990 Ashwood FC is a Dublin football club based in Clondalkin. The club was founded in response to growing needs of the youth in the area and to promote the development of children through the medium of soccer in the Bawnogue (Clondalkin) area. The club joined up with the local youth club to form one team and from there Ashwood FC went from strength to strength. Small sided games are played at Bawnogue Church field in the Ashwood estate, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 and 11-a-side teams play in Corkagh Park.

Templeogue Basketball Club

We now find ourselves 40 years later as Men's National Cup Champions, a title we could only ever have dreamed of 5 years ago when we entered the Men's Superleague. We are entering our 4th season in the top league in Ireland and now recognised as being one of the top teams and clubs in the country. In May 2016 we were selected as one of the Top 20 Sports Club in Ireland by The Irish Times. We have one of the most exciting Superleague teams (and supporters) and we expect to challenge for all the major honours. We have some fantastic underage teams coming through in boys and girls categories and our Academy for 5-11-year-olds is growing every year.

Kilnamanagh Football Club Dublin

Kilnamanagh AFC was founded back in 1978 by two men, Ned Kelly and Shay Barry. Since then it has been an on going success and thousands of youths have worn the colors of Kilnamanagh AFC.

Clondalkin Rugby Football Club Dublin

Clondalkin RFC are a junior rugby club located in south west Dublin, close to Citywest, Clondalkin and Tallaght. We field four senior teams, a women's team and cater for an extensive mini and youth section from six years of age upwards. The senior first team play in Leinster League Division 1A. Season 2013/2014 marks the Club's 40th anniversary year.

St. Dominics National School

St. Dominic’s NS is a vertical school (Junior Infants – 6th Class) under Catholic patronage. While the ethos is Roman Catholic, pupils from all denominations are welcome. The school is run on behalf of the patron by the Board of Management. We currently have 16 teachers who are supported by Special Needs Assistants, secretaries and a caretaker. Our Special Educational Needs (SEN) team is comprised of 2 learning support teachers, 1 resource teacher, 1 language teacher and 1 support teacher.

Al Maktoun Foundation

The vision of Al Maktoum Foundation through His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, raising the level of the Islamic nation with science and knowledge through schools, colleges and Islamic centers in the framework of this interest Authority has a number of projects including but not limited to:

Dogs Trust

Our history Dogs Trust is Ireland's largest dog welfare charity. We established our Dublin rehoming centre in November 2009

Old Bawn Community School

Old Bawn Community School is a community of learning and personal growth, which includes our students and their families, our teachers and staff, our trustees and our adult students. We have a role in the wider community and in the overall educational community. All parties to our school have their rights and duties within our structures. Our commitment is to learning in its broadest sense and our procedures and practices reflect this. Respect for the uniqueness of each member of our community commits us to maintaining a caring working environment in which we all can achieve fulfilment.

Raheen Celtic FC

Raheen Celtic was founded in Ballyfermot, Dublin in 2010. The club competes in the Athletic Union League and plays home matches at Pitch is No.3 LaFanu Park, Ballyfermot, Dublin.

Faughs, Dublin

Faughs G.A.A. Club was founded at Easter 1885, 'Under the Big Tree' in the Phoenix Park in Dublin. Its inaugural meeting was held in no. 4 Gardiner's Row, the then home of Michael Cusack (now the Dergvale Hotel).

St. Marks Youth Centre

The Club provides a wide range of activities to the local community, such as a Playgroup. We also provide premises for Drama Beans, Tallaght Youth Services, Jokers Club, XQuisite Dance, Fettercairn Clubs, Karate, Foròige Clubs and Parent/Toddler Group. We also have a meeting room which is available to Local Residence Associations and other organisations. The aim of the Club is to provide the area with a facility that can be used by groups and organisations to provide a service that can be used for Sports, Educational, Community and Youth-based activities.

Thomas Davis GAA Club, Dublin

Thomas Davis GAA Club is a GAA Club in Tallaght, catering for ages 5 to Adult in Gaelic Football, Hurling, Ladies Football & Camogie

Dublin Sonics Dublin

Dublin Sonics Basketball is the new club in Tyrrelstown targeting children from 6 upwards to come and play basketball, make new friends and have some fun.

Newtown Rangers AFC

Newtown Rangers AFC was formed in 1957 in Mrs Farrell’s house at Newtown Park, Tallaght. The club is one of the oldest soccer clubs in Tallaght.

Children in Hospital Ireland

Children in Hospital Ireland is a national non-profit organisation committed to promoting and ensuring the welfare of all children in hospital and their families. For over 45 years the organisation has been directly working with sick children to bring them fun and support. CHI uses its expertise to deliver unique daily and weekly play sessions that support child patients, parents and staff in 13 hospital wards and playrooms nationwide.

Dogos RFC

Dublin Dogos is the next big thing in Irish rugby. A team formed by expats and Irish players, playing together behind one jersey, the fierce Dogo!

Liffey Valley Rangers FC

Liffey Valley Rangers FC established 1998 we compete in the DDSL SDFL and the LSL and are an ever growing Lucan football club.

Hartstown Community School

Hartstown Community School is a multi-denominational school founded in 1992 to cater for the 2nd level educational needs of the Hartstown / Huntstown area.

Central Remediall Clinic

Mission Working together to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, their families, and carers Vision That people with Disabilities achieve their potential and live full lives as equal and valued citizens.

Sacred Heart FC

Sacred Heart FC is a based in South Dublin soccer football club. Based in Tallaght the club competes in the Dublin and District Schoolboys League. Sacred Heart FC football teams play their home matches at soccer pitches in Killinarden, Tallaght 24. The club completed the development of an all-weather pitch in September 2007.

Tallaght Childcare Centre

Tallaght Childcare Centre offers affordable childcare services to families in the greater Tallaght area. Tallaght Childcare Centre caters for three different age groups of children, Waddlers: 1yr to 2yrs, Toddlers: 2yrs to 3yrs, Preschool: 3yrs to 5yrs. The centre is open fifty weeks of the year, closing for Christmas week, public holidays and five staff training and development days. Well-balanced and nutritious meals are prepared and served to the children three times a day. The pleasant, safe and spacious physical environment, trained, experienced and friendly staff and strict adherence to the HSE’s childcare regulations all contribute to the provision of an efficient, effective and quality service.

Round Towers GAA

Roundtowers GAA Club Clondalkin was established in 1884. One of the largest clubs in Dublin with 38 teams in a range of sports including hurling, football and camogie.


The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is Ireland’s largest national animal welfare charity, and represents 19 affiliated member societies. Together the ISPCA and our members help, rescue, treat and responsibly rehome tens of thousands of animals of all different species.

Glenville FC

Glenville is a north Dublin soccer football club that competes in the Leinster Senior League. The football club, formed in 1997, plays its home matches on a pitch in Palmerstown Community School, Oakcourt Avenue (off Kennelsfort Road), Palmerstown, Dublin 20. The club also uses a pitch in Glenaulin / Gaels. The club was a bit of a late starter and was competing with long established clubs such as Cherry Orchard and Ballyfermot United for local football talent. Glenville FC's first committee comprised Morgan Buttner, Denis Kavanagh, Donal Dempsey, Karl Coffee amongst others.

Scoil Choiln Community National School

Scoil Choilm CNS was established in September 2007 due to a shortage of school places in the Porterstown area. The school comes under the Patronage of the Minister for Education and Skills. Our Patron in waiting is Dublin & Dún Laoghaire Education and Training, Board. The rationale behind the establishment of the Community National Schools and this new form of Patronage is to reflect the changing shape of Irish society. This new model of school Patronage ensures that each member of the school community is treated with dignity and respect and that all religious beliefs, values and cultures are recognised and celebrated.

Firhouse Community College

Welcome to Firhouse Community College's website and thank you for taking the time to discover more about our college. Firhouse C.C.has provided educational opportunities to the area for over 30 years. We combine this educational tradition and experience with modern and innovative teaching methods, ensuring that each student derives great benefits from their time in our college.

Marie Keating Foundation

Your trust matters to us. The Marie Keating Foundation cannot survive without the generous support of the general public and our corporate partners. When you donate to the Marie Keating Foundation, we know that it is important to you that the funds are spent wisely. At the Foundation, we are and have always been scrupulous with every euro that is entrusted to us to spend on our cancer awareness mission. We ensure that every activity we undertake is measurable, realistic and properly accounted for. We have best-of-class corporate governance structures and standards, which we have recently had independently reviewed by PWC. We have an exceptionally committed Board of Directors, none of whom take fees or expenses for their work or time. We have our accounts independently audited by Mazars and post them on our website as part of our annual report.

Killinarden Community School

Since opening in 1982, Killinarden Community School has developed into a highly regarded and progressive co-educational and multi-denominational post-primary school.KCS is under the trusteeship of the Archbishop of Dublin, the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul and County Dublin Vocational Education Committee.The Board of Management has representatives of the three Trustees, Parents and Teaching Staff.The Board believes that education flourishes in an environment where good relationships are encouraged and people feel valued.

Liffey Gaels

Liffey Gaels GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in based in the Inchicore and Ballyfermot areas of Dublin. The club was founded in 1951 and was known as Rialto Gaels at that time. The club has adult football, hurling and camogie teams and underage teams at various levels.

Robert Emmets GAA

Robert Emmets is a South Dublin GAA Club, based in Greenhills/Perrystown nestled between Walkinstown, Templeogue, Terenure, Kimmage and Crumlin. We provide Gaelic football for adult men and women through to nursery for boys and girls .

Wanderers GAA Club Ballyboden, Dublin

Ballyboden Wanderers G.A.A. Club was founded in 1910. We played our first match against Clanna Gael Fontenoys in April 1910. The match was played by permission of Padraig Mac Piarais in the grounds of Scoil Eanna, Grange Road Rathfarnham. The club won the inaugural Dublin Junior Football Championship in 1928. The club disbanded in 1932 and while there some fixtures played in the intervening years, it was not officially reformed until 1961. After winning the Dublin Junior Football Championship in 1968, under the captaincy of Sean Doherty, the Ballyboden Club amalgamated with Rathfarnham St. Enda's in order to join the senior ranks under the name Ballyboden St. Enda's In 1980, a group of breakaway members formed Wanderers. Since then, the club has gone from strength to strength, now fielding 4 very successful football teams, catering for anyone between the ages of 8 and adulthood. The club boasts 8 acres (32,000 m2) of ground incorporating two playing pitches, and a training area at the panoramic Frank Kelly Park, which was officially opened by former Dublin County Secretary, Mr. Jim King (R.I.P.) in 1991.


Our mission is to make the protection of children everyone’s priority. We listen. Childline is the national listening service for children and young people in Ireland, and is a confidential service run by the ISPCC, by telephone, text and online. In 2015, over 420,000 contacts were answered by our volunteers. We support. Our services provide children, young people and families with therapeutic support during traumatic times in their lives. For more information on our services, click here We protect. We seek to make child protection a national priority, by advising government on policy and practice change. We work with state agencies, employers, industries, schools and other organisations to build awareness of risks to children, and ensure high standards of practice.

Erins Isle, dublin

Every GAA club is unique. Unique people in unique communities playing unique games in the most westerly region of continental Europe. They all have their own stories to tell of great sporting feats of dedication, service and commitment to club, parish and county. This is the story of Erins Isle, Oilean na heireann, and its influence on Finglas over the last eighty-three years. It intends to show where the club came from, and how it came to be what it is today. Finglas in 1917 was just a tiny village with a number of scattered houses and buildings and a small population. Since then it has grown into a modern suburb of Dublin City and has become a town in itself.

Cuala GAA, dublin

Given its considerable size, one might think it difficult to build a singular sense of what the club is all about. However, it is in that great diversity that Cuala has found enough common ground to build a wonderful environment in which to instil a love of Gaelic games and culture and that in areas of South County Dublin not traditionally seen as a heartland for the GAA.

UCD GAA Club, Dublin

UCD Gaelic Football Club was founded unofficially in 1900. The official club history started in the 1911/1912 season. The club colours are St. Patrick's Blue and Saffron. The club motto is AD ASTRA and Comthrom Feinne. The Sigerson Cup is named in honour of Dr. George Sigerson, who donated the salary from his post at UCD so that a trophy could be purchased for the competition. The cup was first presented in 1911, with the inaugural winner being UCD. In the early years the tournament only UCD, UCC and UCG took part. Dr. Sigerson wished to foster unity amongst the then constituent Colleges of the NUI. He was also a founder of the State and was President of Seanad Eireann in 1922. UCD participated not alone in the varsity games but also in Dublin and National competitions in hurling and football. The Dublin Senior championship was won for the first time in 1943 with Donal Keenan of Roscommon as captain. College players were prominent in All-Irelands in the forties and fifties; player such as Donal Keenan of Roscommon in 1943 and 1944 and later to be Uachtaran C.L.G., P.J Duke of Stradone and Cavan, Padraig Carney and Sean Flanagan of Mayo in 1948 and Des Benson of Cavan. UCD won three Sigersons in a row in the fifties and the Dublin Senior league in 1958. The Sigerson was won again in 1960 and 1961 with Sean Murray of Longford the driving force both on and off the field. Great servants to the club emerged from the early 1950 era and continued to serve UCD long after their student days were over - Cathal Young, Seamus Conaty, Garreth O’Reilly amongst others. The Dublin championship was added again in 1963 and 1965. UCD became the first University GAA club to tour America in 1968.

Hillcrest FC

Hillcrest FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Lucan. The club's teams compete in the Dublin and District Schoolboys League.


Depression is a very common condition which affects more than 450,000 people in Ireland (one in ten) at any one time. Any of us, irrespective of age, gender or background, can be affected at some point in our life. Aware provides information on depression for many people: these include individuals who are experiencing depression or related mood disorders; those who are concerned for a family member or friend; people who are seeking to learn more about the condition, and also those who may be wondering if depression could be a factor for them.

Ballyfermot De La Salle Dublin

Ballyfermot De La Salle GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in based in the Ballyfermot area of Dublin. The club was founded in 1953 and was known as Ballyfermot Gaels at that time. The club has adult football and underage teams at various levels. The club plays in the Kerry colours as a tribute to the first parish priest, Kerryman Charles Canon Troy who sponsored the club. Our aim at Ballyfermot De La Salle GAA is to promote our native games and make them accessable to all in the community. Formed in 1953 the club is now celebrating it's 50th Anniversary! There was no shortage of football and hurling talent back then (probably due to the Christian Brothers schools in the area) and the club quickly thrived on the abundance of ability available. Before long the club became well recognised, and respected, and this didn't go unnoticed by the inter county selectors at the time! With the recent improvements in the club structure and form it is hoped that one day a Ballyfermot DLS man will line out in the Dublin Senior panel.

Ballyowen Celtic FC

Ballyowen Celtic FC is a Dublin soccer football club that was formed in 1997. We train and play in Griffeen Valley Park in Lucan, Co. Dublin. We have nine teams, starting with the Mini-Academy, Under 7's, Under 8's, Under 9's, Under 10's, Under 11's, Under 12's, Under 13's, Under 15's and Under 16's. We are a club with equal opportunity for everyone. Our main aim is to encourage activity and team playing within football whilst ensuring all our kids enjoy what they do. All our teams are part of The South Dublin Football League (SDFL).

St. Kevins & Killians GAA Club, Dublin

Our club has spent almost 30 years combined bringing our local communities together and giving people a social outlet to meet new people through sport. St Kevins Killians Gaa Club was the result of an amalgamation of two communities, St. Kevins of Kilnamanagh and St .Killians of Kingswood. Today we are proud to be considered as one.Originally the club has its founder members to be thankful too, Mr Billy Connolly of Kilnamanagh and Mr Paddy Somers of Kingswood (RIP). The hard work of these men and so many others throughout the years have put our club well on the map and held in high regard not just in Dublin but all around the country. Our aim has always been to give the children of our communities an option to enjoy Gaa and Hurling with our club, We can be proud of the players we produced down through the years who have went on to represent their county.

Pobail Scoil Sentanta

We support students in having the courage to work hard to achieve long term goals. We value the uniqueness of each individual and encourage everyone in our school community to have the courage to be themselves.


Barretstown is a not for profit camp for children with cancer and other serious illnesses located at Barretstown Castle, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, in Ireland. It was founded in 1994 by Hollywood actor Paul Newman and is a member of the SeriousFun Children's Network of camps across the world. The children, aged from seven to 17, come from Ireland and more than twenty other European countries to take part in the wide range of activities the camp provides such as arts and crafts, canoeing and outdoor adventure. After successfully overcoming the initial challenge of these activities, the children stop seeing themselves as 'sick kids' and begin to regain their own inner strength, confidence and self-esteem. This process is known as 'Therapeutic Recreation'.

Crumlin GAA, Dublin

Crumlin camogie club won the All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship in 1985, defeating Athenry by 4-8 to 3-2 in the final. .[1] The club was founded in 1966 by Phil Barry, Nuala Dunphy and Jeanne Quigley, and was originally known as the Cuchulainns Club.[2] In 1980, the club joined up with the local Crumlin GAA club and, for some time, were known as Crumlin Cuchulainn. They club drew heavily on the players of the successful Assumption, Walkinstown, winners of Leinster post-primary schools titles.

Coolmine Rugby Football Club Castleknock Dublin 15

Coolmine RFC, is located in the north west Dublin 15 area of Dublin, was first affiliated to the Leinster Branch - Irish Rugby Football Union in 1980 and entered the Junior Leagues in 1981. The Mini Rugby Youths section was founded in 1980 and has prospered ever since in the Dublin 15 suburb of Co Dublin. In 1985, after a number of successful years on the playing fields, Coolmine purchased its current home, a site consisting of eight acres at Ashbrook, Castleknock, Dublin 15. A series of developments took place over the following years and the site now consists of two floodlit pitches, training area, car park and amodern two storey clubhouse which was officially opened in 1993 by the then President of Ireland, Mary Robinson.On the playing front, Coolmine has continued to prosper and the first XV currently competes in the Leinster League. The Under 20s compete in the J.P.Fanagan League and the youths from 7s-18s have their own Metropolitan League and Cup Competitions. A selection of Cups and Pennants from the various sections adorn the upstairs bar area.While concentrating much on the playing front, Coolmine has not neglected the social aspect and as well as the mandatory trips to England, Scotland and Wales, it has undertaken tours to Italy, France and the Cayman Islands and Hong Kong. Teams at all levels regularly organise tours throughout the year. In 2006, Coolmine completed an ambitious clubhouse renovation project which added two new changing rooms, shower areas and toilets, as well as an entrance atrium, committee room and viewing balcony over the main pitch. Our new clubhouse is also wheelchair accessible with a lift to the first floor.

Moorfield United FC

Moorfield United FC is a Clondalkin-based Dublin football club that was founded in 2010. The club competes in the Leinster Senior League. Home football matches are played on pitch reference SC328 (marked #5 on the map below) at Collinstown Park in Neilstown, Clondalkin.

Scoil Thomais

It is a vertical school providing primary education for pupils from age 4 years to 12 years ie junior infants to sixth class.

Clonee United FC Dublin

Clonee United are an amateur football club serving the Dublin 15 & Meath areas. All age ranges & for Girls & Boys.


Cheeverstown is a voluntary organisation that provides a wide range of residential, respite and day services to almost 400 children and adults with an intellectual disability in Templeogue and throughout various community locations in South Dublin. We are committed to a future which respects the contribution and inclusion of people with an intellectual disability within the community. We provide a wide range of services in our endeavors to fulfill our mission of enabling all people with an intellectual disability to have full and meaningful lives through person centered services. Cheeverstown is an accredited organization under the Council on Quality and Leadership. We adopted the Personal Outcome Measures Quality model as it reflects our vision and mission. Personal Outcomes Measures is an internationally recognized best practice system developed in the United States.

Ballyboughal GFC Dublin

Ballyboughal GFC was founded in 1935. The first club chairman was Rev. Fr. Sheenan. At the time Ballyboughal had players from many of the surrounding villages. The club was called Ballyboughal Rangers. The lads travelled to matches on bicycles all over Fingal. The late Dick Swift (R.I.P) looked after the jerseys and finances. Dick (R.I.P) carried the jerseys on the handlebars of his bicycle with his son Peter on the bar. He later served as chairman of the club. After about five or six years both Fingal Ravens and Ballyboughal were finding it hard to field a team as there were no young players to take over from them. A meeting was held and Ballyboughal and Fingal Ravens amalgamated as one club under the name Ballyboughal. They wore black and white jerseys. In 1943 this team drew with Parish Gaels in the semi-final of the Junior Championship. Parish Gaels won the replay by two points.

Hartstown Huntstown FC Dublin

Hartstown Hartstown Huntstown FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Mulhuddart. The cub was formed in 2011 by the merger of Huntown Villa FC and Hartstown United. Harstown Huntstown FC teams play their home matches in Hartstown Park, Mulhuddart on the northside of Dublin.

Knocknagoshel Tidy Towns

Knocknagoshel is very welcome to the Tidy Towns.

Fettercairn Foroige

Foróige is the leading youth orientated organisation in Ireland. We work with approximately 57,000 young people between the ages of 10 – 18 every year through clubs led by volunteers and staff lead youth projects. The organisation was founded in 1952 and since then has expanded to operate in 26 counties in Ireland with a network of 531 Foróige clubs, 125 youth projects, the Big Brothers and Big Sisters programme and the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. We work with all young people through our general services and also provide additional support to vulnerable young people.

Knockmitten United FC

Knockmitten United FC is a Dublin soccer football club founded in 2008 following the merger of two clubs, Hillview United and Monksfield FC. The club was officially launched by Mary Hanafin TD in June 2008.

Good Counsel, Dublin

Good Counsel GAA and Camogie club was established in the Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Drimnagh in 1954 and provides Gaelic sporting and social activities to the community of Drimnagh and the surrounding areas. It has grown from a modest pavilion building which was used as changing rooms for many years where the lads had to use the ground floor and the girls had to go up the ladder into the attic! Thankfully times have changed and we now have a clubhouse for everybody with excellent facilities that include dressing rooms, members bar, function room and hall. In the 1980's, when the current clubhouse was being 'conceived', it was recognised that there was a need to change so that we as a GAA Club could provide greater facilities to sustain, maintain and grow the Gaelic games within our club and community. We field adult and juvenile Hurling, Football and Camogie Teams. We also have our Mini Masters and Junior Academy made up of boys and girls who will be the future players in the club.

Ballycragh United FC

Ballycragh United is a Dublin soccer club based in Tallaght. The club plays their home football matches at Aylesbury Park in Tallaght.

Coolmine Community School

Coolmine Community School was one of the first two community schools founded in the Republic of Ireland in 1972. The school was officially blessed and opened in 1974.

Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is Ireland's national charity dedicated to helping persons who are blind or vision impaired and families of children with autism to achieve improved mobility and independence.

Dyslexia Association of Ireland

Founded in 1972, the Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) works with and for people affected by dyslexia, by providing information, offering appropriate support services, engaging in advocacy and raising awareness of dyslexia. Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty which affects the acquisition of fluent and accurate reading and spelling skills; approx. 10% of the population is affected.

Colaiste de hide

Colaiste de hide is the community college. The subjects are taught through Irish and is the relationship between teachers and pupils through the medium of Irish. The school was founded in 1993 with thirty-two students and 320 students in the school. The school itself was named after Douglas Hyde, first President of Ireland, whom, as you know was broad and long-Views and that He loved the Irish language.

Castleknock GAA

Castleknock GAA was founded in 1998 in the Carpenterstown / Castleknock / Clonsilla area of Dublin 15. We play host to Gaelic Football, Hurling & Camogie from the ages of 5 upwards. We have over 1500 members from over 650 families. In our short life we have had many succeses from All Ireland Feile Championships to Dublin & Leinster Championships and many other League and Championship successes at all levels. New members are always welcome to join our club. Our Nursery runs every Saturday in Tir na nOg (park beside Castleknock Community College) between the hours of 10am - 12pm.

Erin Go Bragh, dublin

The aim of Erin Go Bragh, GAA Club is to promote the Gaelic ethos within the community of Castaheany, Littlepace and Hunters Run through the provision of quality sports and related cultural activities for all irrespective of gender, ethnic background and religious beliefs.

Ballymun Kickhams GAA club dublin

In 1969 the Ballymun Gaels and C.J. Kickhams Clubs merged to form Ballymun Kickhams. For the following ten years the new club toiled away at Intermediate level, but early on there were signs of better things to come with growing success at Juvenile levels. Things did get a whole lot better, culminating in the winning of the 1977 Minor Football Championship. Immediately following this success, Gerry McCaul was appointed player/manager. Using the Minor success as a building block, Gerry began a youth movement which was to be the foundation of the club’s success for the coming decade. In 1978 Senior status was achieved when Ballymun beat Fingal Ravens in the Intermediate league final, and this was just the start.

Tallaght Lions Club

Lions is the world's largest voluntary service organisation with 1.4m members worldwide in 270 countries and has 117 clubs in Ireland. The Tallaght Branch Club with just 5 members is one of the smallest in the country but hugely dynamic. Due to our branch being so small we are under the umbrella of Howth/Sutton Lions Club. We are hoping to build up our membership to 20 so we can become a stand-alone club.

Booth Road Celtic FC

Booth Road Celtic is a Dublin football club based in Clondalkin. It is the largest soccer club in the area. The club competes in the Athletic Union League, the Dublin and District Schoolboys League and the South Dublin Football League. Booth Road Celtic play their home soccer matches at Corkagh Park in Clondalkin on the south side of Dublin City.

Orchard Celtic FC

Orchard Celtic is a football club based in Ballyfermot in west Dublin. The club was founded in 2007 and had instant success with the senior teams winning several cups and UCFL titles. The schoolboy teams also had a great start with one team winning an SDFL title. As from 2010, all schoolboy teams compete in the DDSL. The club also had instant success in their first year in the DDSL with the U14s winning the Hollywood Cup. Orchard Celtic now has six schoolboy teams and a nursery to develop the young talent from the area. The club plays their home games in Cherry Orchard Avenue. The park is a hub of activity during the season with the clubs teams training there on a daily basis. Please contact the club by phone, email or our Facebook page.

Kingswood Community Centre

To provide a place (community centre) where all organisations within the Kingwood Heights area can meet and socialise.

Esker Celtic FC

Esker Celtic FC is a Dublin football club based in Lucan. It is the largest soccer club in the Lucan area. The club has grown very rapidly since it was formed in 1990. Esker Celtic originally played their home matches on pitches at Willsbrook Park. Currently, the club plays home matches on the soccer pitches in Hermitage Park. It is here that the club has begun the completion phase of their new Clubhouse. In the 2005/06 season, the club won the Leinster Senior League - Division 2 Sunday and the Leinster Senior League Tommy Cullen Cup. Esker Celtic FC is sponsored by DID Electrical.

St Marks Rangers FC

St Marks Rangers FC is a Dublin soccer football club that was formed in 2001. The club enters teams into the Dublin and District Schoolboys League and they play their home soccer matches on the football pitches at Ballyowen Park, Lucan, County Dublin.

Mount Seskin Community College

Mount Seskin Community College was established in 1986. The second level programmes available at junior cycle include the Junior Certificate Programme, as well as the Junior Certificate Schools programme. At senior cycle the programmes offered include The Leaving Certificate, and the Leaving Certificate Applied Programme. Furthermore the college is involved with ACE (Accessing College Education). This initiative provides additional supports for students to progress to third level education. Moreover Mount Seskin Community College is a participant in the School Completion Programme. In addition to the second level programme the college offers additional courses and programmes for adults. For further information contact the college.

Tymon Bawn Football Club Jobstown, Dublin

Tymon Bawn FC is a Dublin soccer club based in Tallaght. The club's football teams play their home matches on pitches at Bradys Field, Old Bawn Road, Tallaght. They compete in the Dublin and District Schoolboys League and the South Dublin Football League.

Croi Ro Naofa GAA Club Killinarden, Tallaght, Dublin

It is located at Killinarden Park Clubhouse, Killinarden Way, Dublin 24

Black Panther Kickboxing Club

The Black Panther kickboxing club, which is based in the Brookfield area of Tallaght, was founded in May 1993 by Norman Kelly. When the club, which is voluntary run and partly grants funded, first started it attracted many young local people, which is still the case today.

Debra Ireland

DEBRA Ireland was set up in 1988 by families living with EB who had no support and nowhere to turn. After a gathering at a kitchen table, DEBRA Ireland was founded. Since 1988 support services have improved for our families but there is still a lot to be done. We will continue to work as a family and patient-led organisation to do all we can for people in Ireland living with EB.

Age Action

The vision of Age Action is that Ireland becomes the best country in the world in which to grow older. Read more about our organisation's vision and mission.

St Maelruans FC

St Maelruans FC is a south side Dublin soccer football club based in Tallaght. The club enters teams into the following leagues: the Athletic Union League, the Amateur Football League, the Dublin and District Schoolboys League and the South Dublin Football League.

Clann Mhuire GFC, Dublin

Clann Mhuire is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based at Naul, County Dublin, Ireland, serving Naul and its surrounding areas. The club currently fields teams from U-8 to U-18 for both boys and girls. At Adult level the club has two football teams competing in AFL4 and AFL11 North County and the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship and one ladies football team in Division 2. The Ladies won the Junior A championship in 2014. Currently Carla Rowe is Captain of the Dublin U21 Ladies and is Vice captain of the Dubln Senior Ladies team. Alongside Carla her team mate Oonagh Whyte is also a member of the Dublin U21 Panel for 2015.

Marks Celtic FC

Marks Celtic FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Tallaght. The club's teams play their home matches on their pitch in Butler Park and they compete in the Athletic Union League and the Dublin and District Schoolboys League. The club - originally known as Springfield Celtic - was established in 1973 to provide soccer for players living in the St Marks Parish that takes in Springfield, Raheen and Whitebrook.

Dublin Bus FC

Dublin Bus FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Neilstown.

Knocklyon United FC

Knocklyon United Football Club is one of the largest and fastest growing soccer clubs in Ireland. The club is represented in the various leagues in Dublin by 37 schoolboy teams and 2 Leinster Senior League teams. In addition the club runs a Nursery for 5 and 6 year old's, to coach and teach them the basic soccer skills and techniques. In total the club which is run 100% in a Voluntary Capacity presently caters for approximately 550 players. More recently our Senior Teams, with the majority of players having come right through Schoolboy football with the club, have achieved five promotions in league campaigns from 2008-2015 in both Saturday and Sunday leagues, claiming 3 league titles between them. We currently have 2 pitches at Delaford Park catering for our small sided teams, two pitches at Knocklyon Park, Ballycullen for both DDSL and SDFL leagues, a pitch & large Grass Training area in Kennedy's Field which cater for our 11 a side & Senior teams and a pitch (No 6) in Tymon Park.

St Mary's Boxing Club

The official Facebook page of St Mary's Boxing Club Tallaght.

Make-A-Wish Ireland

Welcome to Make-A-Wish Ireland Make-A-Wish Ireland has one simple aim - We grant the wishes of children aged between 3 and 17 years living with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. A wish granted is true magic for the child, providing respite from their normal routines of hospitals, doctors and treatment. Since inception in 1992 we have granted over 2,000 wishes in Ireland. We believe a wish can have a lasting impact on a child's life. A wish can create moments of joy - and memories that last a life-time.

Fettercairn YFC

Fettercairn YFC is a South Dublin soccer club established in 2008 and based in Tallaght, Dublin 24. The club's teams play their home football matches at Butler Park. Fettercairn Youth FC currently fields six schoolboy/girl teams, two men's teams, and one ladies team.

Action Tuam

Action Tuam was established as a non-profit organisation in 1990 to assist in creating employment in North County Galway, South County Mayo and County Roscommon. Action Tuam is registered in Ireland with the Companies Registration Office (CRO).[1] The organisation offers advice and industrial unit rental to start-up SMEs and entrepreneurs with business ideas with the potential to create employment in the West of Ireland.

Sunbeam House Services

Sunbeam House Services provides a range of supports to adults with intellectual disabilities in County Wicklow and South County Dublin. We aim to empower people with the necessary skills to live full and satisfying lives as equal citizens of their local communities.

St.Marks Basketball Club Cookstown Road, Dublin

St.Marks Basketball Club is located at Cookstown Road, Tallaght, Dublin

Tymon Celtic FC

Tymon Celtic FC is a Dublin soccer club based in Tallaght that was formed in 2001. They compete in the South Dublin Football League and the Leinster Senior League. The Senior Sunday side play at the Roadstone Sports & Social Club, Kingswood Cross, just off the N7. The Senior Saturday side and the Schoolboy Teams play at the open space in Tymonville Estate, Tallaght. Dublin 24. Celtic's first major success on the soccer pitch was when the club won the Saturday Leinster Major 1C League.


The Shelter Opened in 2003, it is a state of the art facility offering shelter and care to a wide variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses, donkeys, goats, cows, pigs, rabbits, ferrets, gerbils, budgies, snakes, terrapins and all manner of farmyard fowl. The rescue and re-homing centre is also a rest stop for a number of injured and young wildlife awaiting release including swans, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs and small birds. The areas on public view include the stables, paddocks and grazing pastures, the dog kennels, cattery, small animal sections, pig play area, goat and fowl areas and entry to the centre is free. All these areas are a big hit with children. We have a gift and pet supplies shop where you can get a snack to eat and a cup of tea or coffee. People can sit and relax after visiting the rescue and rehoming centre, meet our Adoption Consultants, buy cat and dog food and other pet accessories; we also sell items for adults, kids and the home. School groups, community groups, summer recreation programs, church groups and any other interested groups can set up a time for a tour of the DSPCA animal rescue and rehoming centre which includes introductory talk and discussion session in our lecture room followed by a tour of the centre. Behind the scenes we have isolation facilities housing sick and injured dogs and cats, veterinary inspection units, pre and post-operative veterinary wings and two state of the art operating theatres. The campus can be reached by car or by bus 15b to Stocking Lane (followed by a short walk). Please note there are no footpaths on Mount Venus road so we recommend caution if walking from the bus stop on Stocking Lane/Avenue.

Innisfails, Dublin

One of the oldest clubs within the GAA,we are located in Balgriffin just off the Malahide Road. We have full facilities available with new members welcome.


Our Support Coordinators work with the older person to address their immediate situation and when necessary link them in with the relevant services in the community. Staff maintain contact with the older person as required to ensure long term solutions have been achieved. Support Coordination can be contacted by concerned health professionals, social workers, Gardai, community members, family members as well as older people themselves.

Clifden Celtic FC

Clifden Celtic FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Ballyfermot. The club was founded in 1997 and competes in the Athletic Union League. Clifden Celtic currently plays in Division 1 on Saturday. The football club was promoted in 2006 from Division 1A.

Mary Mother of Hope Junior National School

The Littlepace area lies between Clonee and Blanchardstown on the Dublin/Meath border but within the boundaries of Dublin 15. Mary, Mother of Hope J.N.S is a Catholic school under the patronage of the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin and forms part of the parish of Huntstown. While the school espouses a Catholic ethos we welcome children of all faiths and none living in the catchment area.


Providing vital support to young people in Ireland with their mental health through our free one-to-one therapeutic approach and our workshops within local communities. Join Jigsaw today in our mission to change how Ireland thinks about youth mental health by organising, or taking part in a fundraising event. Or make a donation online now.

Tolka Rovers AFC

Tolka Rovers AFC is one of the oldest soccer clubs in Dublin. It was founded in 1922 and until 1982 the football club lived an itinerant existence.

Variety Ireland

Since 1951, Variety - the Children's Charity of Ireland has been helping sick, disabled and disadvantaged children throughout the country. We are all volunteers. We provide Sunshine Coaches, Liberty Swings, Trikes, Bikes & Wheelchairs and even organise outings to exciting places! This is all made possible by the on-going support from our volunteers who give generously both their time and money.

Newlands Celtic FC

Formed in 1985, Newlands Celtic FC is Dublin soccer football club that competes in the Athletic Union League. The AUL team plays its home matches at Corkagh Park.

World Vision Ireland

Your donation helps us to continue our work in nearly 100 countries giving emergency aid and development support to the world's most vulnerable people. When you donate to World Vision, you help children, their families and their entire community out of poverty.

Breast Cancer Ireland

Breast Cancer affects 1 in 9 Irish women and there are currently 2,800 new cases diagnosed annually. While survival rates are improving through screening and awareness campaigns, there is still a lot more to be achieved with the help of Breast Cancer Ireland.

Killinarden Community Centre

Provides facilities for community groups to meet and provide activities. Facilities can be used for a number of activities including youth groups. The centre also has a public cafe serving refreshments daily.

St. Marys National School

St.Mary’s N.S. is the oldest school in Tallaght. The first school building dates back to 1833. The original site was beside St.Basil’s Training Centre and at that time was the only building on the Greenhills Road. This building was single story,approximately 60ft. by 16ft. with two classrooms, one for boys and one for girls. Our present building was built in 1960 with a new section added in 1976. The school is mixed with approximately 350 boys and girls from four plus- to twelve years. We now have Creche, Playschool and Afterschool facilities in the grounds of St. Mary’s. The Playschool operates five days a week with two sessions a day, 8.30am -12.00 and from 12.30pm-4.00pm.

Ballyfermot United Football Club

Ballyfermot United is a Dublin soccer football club based on the south side of the city. Home soccer matches are played on the club pitch at The Lawns in Dublin 10. Ballyfermot United competes in the Dublin and District Schoolboys League.

The Order of Malta Ireland - Ambulance Corps

The Order of Malta Ireland - Ambulance Corps is a voluntary ambulance and first aid organisation operating in Ireland in affilitation with the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, founded in 1938. Its purposes include teaching first aid, providing ambulance cover at large events, patient transport, community and nursing services. The Sovereign Military Order of Malta has 5,000+ volunteers throughout the island of Ireland.[1]

Beech Park Football Club

Beech Park FC was founded in 1982 at Griffeen Glen Park, Griffeen Valley, Lucan, Co. Dublin.

Tridents Basketball Club Dublin

Tridents Ladies Basketball Club is one of the longest running basketball clubs in Dublin, based in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 for almost 10 years, providing opportunities for both competitive and social basketball. The club continues to expand each season from once only having it's senior section to now boosting a membership of over 150 players from under aged 10 girls right up to Under 18 women as well as facilitating 3 Senior Women’s teams. We are one of the fastest growing and competitive basketball clubs in Dublin

Palmerstown Rangers FC

Palmerstown Rangers FC is a Dublin soccer football club. Palmerstown is effectively split into two soccer clubs even down to the point of having two separate websites. The schoolboy's teams and the men's seniors play their football matches on the soccer pitches at Mill Lane, through Palmerstown Village.

Amnesty International Ireland

In Ireland, our 18,000 members campaign on issues like reproductive rights, ending torture and protecting migrant & refugee rights, among others. We are independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. We are funded by our members and supporters.

St. Killians JNS

We are a junior primary school with over 260 pupils located in Tallaght in Dublin. Our talented staff aim to provide all our pupils with a high standard of education. Through a rich and varied curriculum, we aspire to enable each pupil to reach his/her full potential academically, socially, physically, spiritually and emotionally. We hope to achieve this within a climate of positive co-operation, supported by the entire school community i.e. pupils, teachers, support staff, parents, church, Board of Management and Parent's Association

Ballinteer St. Johns GAA Club Dublin

The club was founded in 1982. The first officers were Maurice O'Connell as Chairman, Michael Wren as Secretary and Tom Cosgrave as Treasurer whose drive and energy gathered support for the establishment of the Club. On 7th May 1982 a notice was read from the altar at all masses in the area announcing the clubs arrival. Notices were also placed in local shops seeking mentors and players. At the request of Mick Wren, the Club was registered as St Johns Ballinteer with the Dublin County Board on 19th July 1982. The request was dated 1st July 1982 and noted a meeting in May 1982 with the County Board and subsequent telephone conversations. In its correspondence on the matter, the Dublin County Board noted that "a group of eight people have come together and are prepared to get Gaelic games going in the area. They have formed a Club and called it St Johns Ballinteer". This group were Mick Wren, Maurice O'Connell, Tom Cosgrave, Eamon Coleman, John Kelly, Michael Donlan, Ollie Quinlan and Jerry McEvoy.

Hand in Hand

When a family receives the news that their child has cancer, their world is turned upside down. Hand in Hand offer a range of home support services that help to reduce some of the stress and anxiety that impact the whole family. By engaging local professional service suppliers we provide a tailor made package of care to suit each family individually.

Kevins, Dublin

The 'Kevin' club was established eighteen years into the Gaelic Athletic Association’s lifetime. However, there is evidence that a Saint Kevin's club existed prior to this in the late 1800's. Newspaper records show that this club hailed from the same parish and played football in Dolphin Park. However, we understand that it was a separate affiliation that disbanded during the 'Parnell Split'. Up until recently little was known about the earlier years of Kevin's. However, we now know that the club was formed in the winter of 1902. Anecdotal stories tell us that the Gaelic Leaguers and the students of C.B.S. Synge Street school were central to the establishment of the club and recently uncovered newspaper articles from that time indicate that this was the case. The Evening Herald Notes in December 1902 called on members and prospective members to gather near the Polo grounds in the Phoenix Park for training.

Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Ireland is a nonprofit development organisation which seeks to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. Its vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Arthur Griffith Park FC

Arthur Griffith Park FC (AGP FC) is a soccer club based in Lucan, Co.Dublin. The club was established in 2010 and the home pitch is in Griffeen Valley Park (Esker Drive). The club has teams right across all age groups including Lucans only senior ladies team. They are currently affiliated with the DDSL, SDFL, AFL, DWSL & AFL.

A Dog's Life

A Dogs Life is an non-profit group whose volunteers work hard to give pound dogs the chance of a better life. We rescue stray and surrendered dogs that are not reclaimed or rehomed from Dunboyne Pound which is the pound for South Dublin County Council. From 1st Jan 2010 we also looked after Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown Council dogs that were coming to the pound facility but as of 1st Feb 2012 these dogs are now going to Ashton Pound instead. We are a registered charity

Irish Society for Autism

The Irish Society for Autism was created in 1963, and has long campaigned for the cause of Autism in Ireland and Worldwide. We are the longest established specialist service for people with Autism in Ireland. The Society was formed..

Sacred Heart SNS

Sacred Heart Senior National School first opened its doors in 1977. At the moment there are about 285 boys and girls, from third to sixth class. We are located at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, in Tallaght, which is about eight miles from Dublin City Centre.

Sacred Heart JS

There has been a primary school in Location since 1855 with the current school opening its doors in 1893. Over the years the school has been renovated, extended and a new mobile classroom and resource room added to the rear.

Wild Geese GAA Club, Oldtown, Co. Dublin

The Wild Geese GAA Club from Oldtown in North County Dublin. Established in 1888, we've been on the go for 129 years, and we'll be around for a good while yet!

Man-O-War, Dublin

Man O'War GFC organised a competition in the 3 local National Schools, Balrothery, Hedgestown and Milverton in April 1995. The competition asked the pupils to draw a suitable crest for the club. Each school was given a brief history of Man O’War area and the club. The children were educated on how pirates lit beacons which guided ships onto the rocks at Barnageera. Part of the booty from one of the shipwrecks was a Turks Head which was brought to Man O’War and placed on top of a column outside the Man O'War Inn, where it remained until the 1950's. (Historian and retired Librarian, Jim Walsh, has managed to retrieve the Turk's Head from its owners and has it in safe keeping at present).


LauraLynn is a hospice for children with life-limiting conditions and residential care for young adults with disabilities. We employ approximately 140 staff within our teaching, fundraising and care provision departments.

Cherry Orchard FC Dublin

Cherry Orchard was formed in 1957 in the Ballyfermot area of Dublin, the club catered for adult players, with its home ground being The Lawn and entered the Leinster Alliance League, before joining the Leinster Junior League. The club enjoyed some success there, including a Sheeran Cup win, before moving to the Athletic Union League in the mid 1960s. The club quickly established themselves in the A.U.L. but the big prizes in the junior grade eluded the Orchard until the 1980-81 Season. Then, the club won the Football Association of Ireland Junior Cup - a competition that attracts an annual entry of over 1500 teams - the AUL Premier League and the Liddy and McDowell Cups. Further FAI Junior Cup successes followed in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990 and 1991 and, with the league title having already been captured on four occasions, the club decided to move to the Intermediate grade in 1992. In their first season in the Leinster Senior League, the Orchard gained promotion to the top division, which it won a year later. Four more league titles have followed, as well as domestic cup successes and in 1998, the FAI Intermediate Cup.

Saoirse Womens Refuge

24 Hr Helpline providing support and a listening non-judgement ear 01 4630000 Short term refuge accommodation for women and children suffering domestic abuse Refuge which is staffed 24 Hrs a day / 365 days a year Day caller service providing one to one support sessions by appointment Therapeutic playroom on site with qualified childcare workers to work with resident children

Belgard Community Centre

Activities taking place in the centre include: Aikido Badminton Baton Twirlers Ceili Dancing Fitness Bootcamp High-Intensity Training Indoor Football (Under 9 yrs) Indoor Football (Under 12 yrs) Indoor Football (Adults) Irish Dancing Holistic Healing Taekwondo Weight Watchers Zumba

Childhood Cancer Foundation

Childhood Cancer Foundation ("CCF") was founded in 2013 by parents and family members of children with cancer. The group originally came together in 2013 to start the Light It Up Gold campaign in Ireland. This campaign runs during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September. The first campaign was so well received that a group of parents decided to set up a national paediatric cancer charity to represent children and families affected by childhood cancer in Ireland. Thus Childhood Cancer Foundation was born. Childhood Cancer Foundation was granted charitable status in June 2014. The registered Charity No: is CHY 21198.

Palmerstown United FC

Palmerstown United FC is a Dublin soccer football club. The club's teams play their home football matches on their soccer pitch at the Glenaulin Park / Gales off Kennelsfort Road in Palmerstown.

Autism Ireland

Irish Autism Action was formed in 2001 to bring positive change into the lives of those affected by autism. The range of services which Irish Autism Action provides include raising awareness, information on education & intervention support, advocacy, counselling, home based support, research information and advice for families. As a charity that does not receive any government funding, our annual income is raised through a variety of different fundraising events and projects. The charity is therefore very dependent upon the generosity of the general public and without this support, we would not be able to continue to provide this vital support to families throughout Ireland. 1 in 100 people are affected by autism. This staggering statistic provides some idea of the scale of the issue in Ireland today. Irish Autism Action is striving forward in addressing this by lobbying a national campaign for the government to commit to a national strategy on autism. In 2016, Irish Autism Action managed to secure the support of the government to back the first ever Irish Autism Awareness Day, 8 years on from the first ever World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd 2008 declared and supported by the United Nations. Irish Autism Action are looking to create a more autism aware and friendly society to provide better support and respect for the 276,000 people in Ireland living with autism.

Red Rhino Kickboxing

Red Rhino Kickboxing Club was established in 2012 by Head Coach and experienced competitor Karl Flynn. With the aim of producing top fighters while also having a great atmosphere for people just trying to get in shape, Red Rhino Kickboxing Club really has something for everyone.


Medaid4kids is an Irish Charity founded in the early 1990s that specialises in donating medical equipment and supplies to hospitals and orphanages internationally. The charity ships mediacal equipment that becomes surplus to requirements in hospitals from Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to hospitals worldwide. Medaid4kids established an international donation programme so that medical equipment is no longer destroyed when its use in Irish hospitals has elapsed.[1]

Firhouse Community & Leisure Centre

Firhouse Community & Leisure Centre promotes health and activity in the area. We have many classes running daily (TRX, Weightwatchers, Yoga, Pilates, Aerobics, Dance, Kenpo, Musical Theatre, Unislim, Irish Dancing, Zumba, Playball) a Montessori and After School Service. We support local community organisations. We have a bar with a big screen for all those important matches and a function room for events. We are home to Firhouse Notre Dame basketball and FLAGS golf society. We also support pitch and putt clubs FLIPPS and FLOPPS.

Finglas Celtic FC Dublin

Finglas Celtic FC is a north Dublin soccer football club that was formed in 1988. The club's home pitches are at Kildonan Road in Finglas West. Liam Martin, Ernie Furphy, Paul Farrell and Henry Greene formed Finglas Celtic Football Club in May 1988. We started with two teams under 10's and under 11's; they played their home matches in Mellows Park, behind the local fire station here in Finglas.

Electra Stage School

Electra Stage School is a community based school where students come to learn different aspects of performing arts, including singing, acting and most dominantly, various styles of dance. It all takes place in Kilnamanagh Family Recreation Centre and has done so for almost 25 years. It started off as a variety group to give children a fun and safe environment and at present we have over 130 students and an ever growing waiting list.

Kilmacud Crokes, dublin

The Kilmacud G.A.A Club was founded in 1959 by a group of parishioners, led by local priests Fr Robert Walsh and Fr Martin Ryan. The first public meeting took place on February 12th in St Laurence's Hall, where Stillorgan Shopping Centre now stands. This meeting was called to see what local support there was for the setting up of a G.A.A. Club in the area. In the event the meeting of about 50 people fully endorsed the idea and asked the founders to report back to a later meeting.

Irish Deaf Society

The Irish Deaf Society seeks to achieve and promote the Equality and Rights of Deaf people in Ireland. On the grounds of the Irish Constitution and Human Rights and international legislation, the ambition of full access to citizenship and society is sought through the empowerment and mobilisation of the Deaf community. With an awareness of their identity and their rights as individuals, Deaf people in Ireland are enabled to celebrate their culture and to fight for the recognition of Irish Sign Language (ISL), and break down the barriers of discrimination.

Down Syndrome Ireland

Down Syndrome Ireland places the person with down syndrome at the centre of the organisation.

Pieta House

Pieta House opened its doors a decade ago with Lucan in County Dublin the centre of operations. In the intervening years we have seen and helped over 20,000 people in suicidal distress or engaging in self-harm, and established eight subsequent centres, three in the greater Dublin area - Ballyfermot, Tallaght and Finglas and five further centres to cater for the rest of the country in Limerick, Cork, Tipperary, Galway and Kerry.

Self Help Africa

Self Help Africa is an international charity that promotes and implements long-term rural development projects in Africa. Self Help Africa merged with Gorta in July 2014. The organisation works with rural communities in ten African countries – supporting farm families to grow more and earn more from their produce. Self Help Africa provides training and technical support to assist households to produce more food, diversify their crops and incomes, and access markets for their surplus produce.[1]

Castle Park FC

Castle Park FC is a Dublin soccer football club based in Clondalkin, Dublin 22. The club was founded in 1994 and their football teams compete in the Leinster Senior League (Sunday Premier and Saturday Division 3).

Temple Street Children's Hospital

Temple Street is an acute national paediatric hospital. Major specialities at Temple Street today include neonatal and paediatric surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, nephrology, orthopaedics, ENT and plastic surgery. The national centre for paediatric ophthalmology, the National Paediatric Craniofacial Centre (NPCC), the national airways management centre, the national meningococcal laboratory, the National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (NCIMD), the National Newborn Screening Service (NNSS) and the Irish Meningitis and Sepsis Reference Laboratory (IMSRL) are also based at Temple Street. Temple Street cares for 150,000 children per year including over 45,000 who attend the Emergency Department (ED). A staff of 90 Consultant and over 950 nursing, HSCPs (Health and Social Care Professionals) and other staff provide this care.

Canteen Ireland

anTeen Ireland is a nationwide support group for young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years who have or have had cancer. Our Mission is to Support, Develop and Empower young people who have, or who have had cancer. In other words CanTeen is about young people who have or have had cancer helping each other out, encouraging each other and working together to overcome their problems and difficulties. So what does CanTeen actually do? We have 7 or 8 weekends away to various activity centres (such as Carlingford Adventure Centre and Barretstown Camp). We also go to Alton Towers every...

Quarryvale FC

Quarryvale FC is a south Dublin soccer football club based in the Clondalkin area. The club's teams play their home matches in Quarryvale Park, near the Liffey Valley shopping centre.

Irish Red Cross

Irish Red Cross programmes and services aim to prevent and alleviate human suffering. We work with vulnerable communities in Ireland and overseas affected by natural disasters and violent conflict to empower...

Simon Community

The Simon Communities in Ireland is an affiliation of local Communities in Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, the Midlands, the South East, the North West and the Mid West. Simon Communities across the country provide support and services to over 8,000 people and their families experiencing or at risk of homelessness every year.

Fettercairn Youth Horse Project

Welcome to the Fettercairn Youth Horse Project. We are a community based horse riding centre situated right beside the Fettercairn Red Line Luas Stop in Tallaght. We run public or private horse riding lessons and pony camps for all ages and we would be delighted to see you.

Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown Community College will promote the development of the whole person. Its aim will be to create, with the assistance of parents, responsible citizens. The development of the whole person will be based on personal responsibility, interdependence, respect for people and respect for property.

Ongar chasers basketball Dublin

We are delighted to inform wider community that we have started a new Juvenile Basketball Club in Dublin 15 called Ongar Chasers. Ongar is one of the new residential areas in Dublin 15 and like much of Dublin 15 is a multi-ethnic community with many young families. Basketball is a popular sport in Ireland but is a much larger, global sport and so we think it provides an excellent opportunity for the integration of Irish people and many minorities in the area. Our Mission Dublin 15 has grown at a rapid rate and faces typical problems of such fast-growing communities. We believe the propagation of sports clubs and other community endeavours will help with social integration, reduce anti-social behaviour and provide a greater sense of belonging and social cohesion. Basketball is the most popular sport in the new large VEC secondary school in the area, Colaiste Pobail Setanta and they have already had a good measure of success. The First and Only There is no under-age Basketball club in the area from Phibsboro as far as Lucan and to our knowledge, this is the first club of any sport to be incorporated in Ongar. We hope to serve the Dublin 15 area and beyond as we grow.

Ballyboden St. Endas GAA club, Dublin

Ballyboden St. Enda's (CLG Baile Buadain Naomh Eanna in Irish) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Knocklyon, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. The Club serves the Rathfarnham, Knocklyon, Ballycullen, Ballyboden, Ballyroan, Firhouse areas. They offer hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, handball, and rounders. They were founded in 1969 after the merger of 2 clubs in the Rathfarnham area - the Ballyboden Wanderers (founded 1910) and Rathfarnham St. Endas (founded 1966).

Habitat for Humanity Ireland

Habitat for Humanity Ireland transforms lives by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Our self-help model provides families and communities with a ‘hand-up’ to pull themselves out of poverty. Our families invest hundreds of hours of their own time, ‘sweat equity’, into their houses and their neighbours’ houses. They also contribute towards the cost of the work. Habitat uses this money to build more homes, communities and hope.

Geraldine Morans, Dublin

Cabinteely Geraldines Formed The Geraldines P.Moran the club we are today has its origins in the 'Cabinteely Geraldines' which was formed in 1886. The Secretary of the club was James Farrell. As Cabinteely was very much a small village the players were from a wide ranging area. Such as Stillorgan, Glenamuck, Deansgrange and Dun Laoghaire.The Geraldines name was in honour of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, the Irish Patriot.

Craobh Chiarain, dublin

In 1961, the committees of Naomh Ciarain, who catered for juveniles in the Donnycarney/Killester area, and Craobh Rua, who catered for adults in the Artane/Coolock area, met to discuss the possibility of amalgamation

Purple House

Our Cancer Support Centre is at the hub of Purple House, and is based at Aubrey Court, Parnell Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow & is open from 10am to 1pm Mon-Fri and by appointment from 1pm until 4pm. Purple House has disabled access. Our trained volunteers are on hand to offer a sympathetic listening ear in total confidentiality.

Ash Ireland

ASH Ireland has very specific aims that direct its work towards the impact of disease, disability and death caused by tobacco use in Ireland. These aims help to maintain focus, motivation and direction.

Tallaght Community School

Tallaght Community School opened in 1972 as the first community school in Ireland. A radical and experimental concept at the time, the community school model has prospered and matured in the intervening years. The school serves a major population centre (Tallaght pop. 90,000+) located about 10 miles southwest of Dublin city. TCS caters for boys and girls from 12 to 18 years from multi-cultural backgrounds.

Tyrrellstown GAA Dublin

Tyrrelstown GAA was founded in 2009 in the 125th anniversary of the GAA and is Dublin newest GAA club. In a really short space of time we have made significant strides forward. We have a thriving nursery for children aged 4 to 6. We have juvenile teams in U8, U9, and U11 and a mens senior team. Our juvenile teams play in the North Dublin County League GAA Go Games and we have some excellent players coming through. We want to develop and nurture all our talented kids. Gaelic Games are an integral part of the local community. Our GAA club is a vibrant all inclusive community and we hope that everyone will get involved in making Tyrrelstown GAA a success for the future. We want everyone in the community to get involved and feel part of the newest GAA club in Dublin!

The Animal Trust Fund

The Animal Trust Fund (ATF) registered charity no. 6323, Co. Waterford, helps animals across Ireland. It was originally started to help rescue horses after World War II and in 1978 the first "Deed of Trust" was drawn up with the objectives of rescuing horses and other animals in need. Many organisations and individuals work tirelessly to alleviate animal suffering, and they rightly attract public support. However there will always be cases of animal cruelty or distress which do not come to the attention of the larger charities, and people who do not work easily or effectively under the umbrella of established groups. This is where the ATF steps in. Since it began the fund has been used to help all kinds of animals which come to our notice through the efforts of individual welfare workers, groups and charities. Help is mainly given to individuals and smaller groups, but exceptions may be made if a charity shows evidence of exceptionally hard work, initiative and dedication in what are increasingly difficult times for animal

St. Peregrines GAC

Located on the Blakestown Road between Clonsilla and Mulhuddart, St. Peregrines GAA club continues to provide top-class, modern sporting facilities for the local community in Dublin 15. From a humble beginning in 1978, the club now fields over forty teams from under 8, right up to senior level. The club continues to go from strength to strength as we grow our brand within the GAA and the wider community, offering top quality facilities, coaching and Community involvement. The club boasts a state of the art covered and seated stand with the capacity to hold over 500 patrons which has become a firm favorite with the Dublin County Board as a neutral venue for Championship matches in all codes. The club has hosted Leinster and All-Ireland Ladies Football and Camogie finals, as well as countless Dublin Championship and League deciders. Our top of the range dressing rooms and treatment areas ensure that visiting teams are always well facilitated. In 2012, the club hosted the annual Dub-Star matches, attracting the admiration of revelers from all over the country, who were extremely impressed with what we had to offer.

St. Judes GAA

St Judes GAA Club Academy for boys and girls aged 4-7 years - Football, Hurling and Camogie. Saturday mornings - 10 am to 11 am for the youngest groups. 10 am - 12pm for the older groups.

Kingswood Castle FC

Kingswood Castle Football Club was formed in 2003 and is based in Kingswood, Tallaght, Dublin 24. The club motto is Timor omnis, qui timebunt (Respect all, fear none). Kingswood Castle FC AUL Winners 2015-2016.

Enable Ireland

Enable Ireland Children's Service Cork are delighted to announce its 3rd International Paediatric Spasticity, Orthopaedic and Postural Management Conference. All our speakers are working in the area of Paediatric Physical and Neurodisability, particularly with Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and Neuromuscular conditions. We will also include case studies in relation to Orthopaedics, Spasticity (Upper & Lower Limb), Postural Management, Specialised Seating and Assistive Technology. The conference will also focus on encouraging team building between hospitals, agencies and network/primary care teams to find a consensus on the optimum care of various paediatric conditions.

St Annes GAA club

Founded in 1937, the clubs catchment area stretched the length of the picturesque Dodder Valley, from Old Bawn right up to Castlekelly. The idea of setting up a Gaelic football club in the area was first mooted by Fr. George Henry, the then Catholic curate in the Bohernabreena parish. He encouraged and urged men such as Albert West, Sonny Reilly, and Barney Kilbride to put the idea into motion. They duly took his advice on board, and they arranged a meeting which was held at Callaghans Bridge, (near the entrance to the Waterworks).

St. Abbans Adamstown G.A.A. Club Wexford

When considering the history of gaelic games in the area, the townlands of Old Court, Carrigbyrne, Courthoyle, Doononey, Ballyclemock and Raheenduff deserve mention as teams operated for relatively short periods in all of those places at some stage along the way from that memorable date in 1884 up to the late 1960s. In 1969 representatives from Adamstown, Newbawn and Raheen assembled together on a few occasions, and following much debate they eventually agreed to unite under a single banner with the name of "Naomh Abain Magh Arnai" (St. Abbans Adamstown). Adamstown and Raheen were curacies of Newbawn until 1972 when the then Bishop of Ferns Donal Herlihy divided them by promoting Adamstown as an extra parish, but they all remained together as a single unit within the G.A.A.

Fingallians, Dublin

Welcome to Fingallians GAA Club in the heart of Swords and Fingal. Fingallians is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland having been founded in 1884, the year of the foundation of the GAA. Our club caters for Gaelic Football, Hurling Ladies Football, Camogie and Athletics, with excellent facilities that provide a secure and welcoming envoironment for our players to play and and their families. We cater for over 40 Teams from Under 8 to Over 40's and Gaelic for Mothers, so there is a team for everybody . We currently have Games Promotion Office Wayne Hutchinson working in all of the schools in our catchment area, helping to promote our games to all children. If you pass our gates most afternoons, you will see school teams playing, training in our facilities.

Citywise Education

Citywise provides young people with after-school and out-of-school educational support, often urgently needed by those growing up in difficult or hostile city environments. Citywise’s educational programmes raise the sights of young people, give them an enthusiasm for learning and open up possibilities for further education.

Templeogue Synge Street GAA Club, Dublin

At 3.00 p.m. on Saturday 1st November 1884, a small group of men, at least seven and possibly as many as fourteen , met in the billiard-room of Miss Hayes's Commercial Hotel in Thurles, and there founded the Gaelic Athletic Association for the Preservation and Cultivation of National Pastimes. The seven founder members were Michael Cusack, Maurice Davin (who presided) John Wyse Power, John McKay, J. K. Bracken, Joseph O'Ryan and Thomas St. George McCarthy. Also admitted later by Cusack to have been present was Frank Moloney of Nenagh, while the following six names were published as having attended by the more detailed press reports of the time: William Foley, - Dwyer, - Culhane, William Delehunty, John Butler and William Cantwell. All these were from Thurles except Foley, who was from Carrick-on-Suir, like Davin. The foundation meeting of the GAA - if such it was indeed - was the culmination of several feverish months' work by Cusack since he had enlisted the support of Davin in August. The activity included a meeting in the Galway town of Loughrea of a group of local athletic enthusiasts, possibly Cusack and certainly Bishop Duggan of Clonfert, who is said to have recommended Archbishop Croke of Cashel as a patron of the proposed body. Cusack also seems to have considered holding the first meeting in Cork, according to a brother of Davin; he had even chosen the title "Munster Athletic Club". In October, two prominent nationalist weeklies, "United Ireland" and "Irishman", carried identical anonymous articles by Cusack, summarising the case for a body like the GAA. In subsequent issues the same month, Davin and Cusack openly supported the project, and finally Cusack sent out a circular for the Thurles meeting. This he had drafted in Dublin with the help of a number of hurling enthusiasts. So small was the attendance in Thurles that it may have been an exploratory or preliminary meeting. If so, the real foundation meeting was held in Cork City in the Victoria Hotel on the 27th December, attended by a group of Cork Home Rule personalities led by the Lord Mayor-elect, Ald. Paul madden. Of the five other founder-members in addition to Cusack and Davin, John Wyse Power was a Waterford journalist, then on the "Leinster Leader" staff in Naas, and later on the "Freeman Journal" in Dublin. McKay was a Belfast journalist then on the "Cork Examiner", who later worked in the House of Commons in London before returning to Cork in the early 1900's. Bracken was a Tipperary stonemason, whose son, Viscount Brendan Bracken, was a member of Sir Winston Churchill's World War II coalition government. O'Ryan was a solicitor in Thurles and Callan in Kilkenny. McCarthy, a Kerryman, was a police officer in Templemore.

Fingal Ravens, Dublin

Fingal Ravens Gaelic Football Club was founded in 1926. The club is based in Rolestown, Co. Dublin

Jack and Jill Foundation

The Jack & Jill Foundation provides nursing care and support for children with severe neurological development issues, as well as offering some respite to the parents and families.

Irish Wheelchair Assocation

Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) has gone on to become an important provider of quality services to people with limited mobility throughout the country. Today, our association is made up of a vibrant network of 20,000 members and 2,300 staff, as well as many dedicated volunteers.

St.Mark GAA Club

St.Marks GAA Club is nestled at the base of the Dublin & Wicklow mountains in the parish of Springfield, Tallaght, Dublin 24. Since the formation of the club in 1975, St.Marks GAA Club has established itself as a highly respected GAA club in Dublin. There have been several high and low occasions for St.Marks over the years, the most notable being crowned Senior B Hurling Champions in 2006 following winning the Intermediate Hurling Title in 2005. St.Marks has recorded county titles in football by bringing home the Intermediate Football Championship in 2002 under the great Brian Stynes as manager. The club actively promotes Gaelic Football, Hurling, Camogie, and Ladies football for all ages from school going age to senior. Recently St.Marks GAA launched a new handball section to compliment the other Gaelic games.

St. Kevins Family Resorce Centre

St. Kevin’s Family Resource Centre welcomes all members of the community for information, advice or simply a cup of tea and a chat. The Centre serves the local community of Kilnamanagh, Tymon North and Kingswood. The Centre was established in 1994, developing from personal development programmes and a parent and toddler group. Today, the Centre supports the community from the cradle to the grave, from our community childcare service to supports for older people. We have something for everyone! We have supports and programmes for individual community members, families and the wider community.

Rainbows Ireland

The Rainbows programme supports children and young people affected by loss because of bereavement, separation or divorce. The service is available in local communities throughout Ireland. The service is grant aided by Tusla.

Clontarf GAA club, dublin

As Cathaoirleach of CLG Chluain Tarbh I would like to welcome you to our website. The club was founded in 1961 following a meeting in Belgrove Boys school. From such a humble beginning, Clontarf GAA Club is now the biggest sports club in the area. We currently have over 1770 members, ranging from 4yrs of age in our nursery all the way up to our adult teams. Our Nursery on a Saturday morning caters for over 400 boys and girls ranging in age from 4-8. All boys and girls are taught the basic skills in football, hurling and camogie by qualified coaches in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. The ethos of the club for all our young boys and girls, is one of participation, skill development and fun for all. The club is growing annually with the club fielding an increasing number of teams each year at football, hurling and ladies football. Camogie has recently been reintroduced to the club after a number of year's absence and in 2016 we will be fielding Camogies teams at U/10, U/11 and U/12 and over the coming years we expect to extend to all age groups.

Focus Ireland

Volunteer Ireland is the national volunteer development agency and a support body for all local Volunteer Centres and Volunteering Information Services in Ireland. Our goal is to make sure that everyone who wants to volunteer, can volunteer. We do this in many different ways, working with a variety of stakeholders.

Commercials Hurling Club, Dublin

'The Tipperary Hurler', a painting by Limerick born artist Sean Keating, (Born 28th September1889) was an accredited artist and former president of the Royal Hibernian Academy. Sean, was the father of the 1970s Labour Party minister Justin Keating, former who died in 1977. This painting is based on a sketch made by the artist at Croke Park, of Tipperary man and former hurler John-Joe Hayes from the townsland of Ballerk, near Thurles Town, Co.Tipperary. This beautifully portrait depicts a strong, rugged yet determined subject matter and was begun by the artist sometime between 1923 and 1925. John Joe is depicted in the portrait wearing the jersey of the Commercials Hurling Club (CHC), which was founded in 1886 by young hurling lovers from the midlands of Ireland who had moved to find work in the many bars and shops of Dublin city. The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final of 1923 was held at Croke Park, in Dublin on 9th September. The match was contested that year by Kilkenny and Tipperary, with John Joe Hayes playing for Tipperary and with Kilkenny taking the coveted title by 4-2 to 2-6.

Jobstown Celtic FC

Jobstown Celtic in Tallaght is a South Dublin based football club. The club plays home matches at Jobstown Park of the Cheeverstown Road. Jobstown competes in the Dublin District Schoolboys League.

Oatfield FC

Oatfield FC is a Dublin soccer football club established in 1997. The club competes in the Athletic Union League and the South Dublin Football League. Home Football matches are played at Collinstown Park in Neilstown, Clondalkin.

Cat and Dog Protection Association of Ireland

When we started in Dublin in 1946 we were known as The Feline Club. We are a registered charity since 1988 and became a limited company in 1989. We affiliated to the ISPCA at that time and have broadened our work to include the care of dogs. As with the domestic stray cat, dogs also are fostered until new homes can be found for them. Home checks are made before placing animals in new homes. All adult animals are neutered before placement.

Clanna Gael Fontenoy, dublin

History shows that quite a number of clubs played gaelic games in our area at one time or another before eventually evolving into the Clanna Gael Fontenoy club as we know it today. The name Fontenoy itself comes from a small town in Belgium. It was scene of a battle on the 11th May 1745 and was part of the War of the Austrian Succession between the French on the one hand and the British and Dutch on the other. The latter were assured of victory, or so it seemed, until the Irish Brigade – fighting for the French – made one last charge. To the cry of 'Remember Limerick' – a reference to the long defence of Limerick from the Williamites – the Irish Brigade, led by Lord Clare, Charles O’Brien, routed the British and Dutch forces and won the day. The Celtic Cross Memorial erected at Fontenoy by nationalists was unveiled there by the Lord Mayor of Dublin on 25th August 1907.

Irish Youth Foundation

Here at the IYF we're working to give some of Ireland's most disadvantaged children a safer, happier start to their lives by providing financial support to local 'grassroots' projects that make a real and positive difference.

Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Dementia is a term which describes a range of conditions which cause damage to our brain. This damage affects memory, thinking, language and our ability to perform everyday tasks.

St Vincents De Paul

We work for social justice and the creation of a more just, caring nation. Through our wide range of services we provide practical support to people in need. Find your local office details by searching


The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is a non-governmental charitable organization located in Republic of Ireland. Its goal is to promote peace and reconciliation, especially as a response to the Troubles and its aftermath. It is housed in a complex of buildings that had many previous functions including barracks and orphanage.

Cross Cancer Research

The mission of the registered charity C.R.O.S.S. is to support Cancer Research and improve patient care at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Trinity College and St. James's Hospital. The charity does this through supporting the education and training of high quality medical and scientific students in their careers as young cancer researchers. The charity also invests in laboratory equipment to drive translational research projects aimed at the prevention, understanding and treatment of various forms of cancer.

Aids Fund Housing

Our Mission is to provide housing and care for people living with HIV/AIDS where they can live with hope and dignity in a non-judgemental and non-discriminatory environment. Care is provided by 5 full-time Staff at the Project - a Co-ordinator of Care and 4 Care Facilitators.


The Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, often through their telephone helpline. Although Samaritans is a secular organisation, the name is derived from the Biblical Parable of the Good Samaritan.[6] Its international network exists under the name Befrienders Worldwide, which is part of the Volunteer Emotional Support Helplines (VESH) with Lifeline International and the International Federation of Telephone Emergency Services (IFOTES).

Westside Boxing Club

We are a Boxing Club with over 150 members, based in Brookfield Old Community Centre. Our group is constituted with board made up of 7 members. We meet regularly and are affiliated under the IABA

Brookview United FC

Brookview United is a Dublin football club based in Tallaght. Their soccer pitches are located at St. Aidan's Primary School and Jobstown Park. Off-road parking is available for visiting players and supporters in the school. The club competes in the Athletic Union League, and the Dublin and District Schoolboys League.

Garda Westmanstown Gaels GAA Club, Dublin

The Garda GAA Club and its juvenile section Westmanstown Gaels is based at the Westmanstown Sports and Leisure Centre on the back road between Lucan and Clonsilla.As well as being the club of choice for members of An Garda Siochana in the Dublin Metropolitan Region it is also the local club in the Westmanstown area and the local community enjoy the excellent facilities it provides.Membership is open to all both Garda and civilian. There are two full size playing pitches and a floodlit all weather training facility.The club also has the use of an indoor training hall in the complex which is used by our nursery during inclement weather. At present the club fields two teams in the Dublin Adult Leagues lining out in Division 3 and Division 8 and our Ladies section also field two teams in Dublin Ladies competitions.

St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh G.A.A. Club

Glengarriff Road, Navan Road, Dublin, County Dublin, DUBLIN 7


Barnardos is a children's charity. We work with vulnerable children and their families in Ireland and campaign for the rights of all children. Barnardos was established in Ireland in 1962.

National Children's Hospital Tallaght

Your fundraising efforts can make a huge difference to the work we do at the hospital and we appreciate being chosen as your charity of choice. If you are thinking of running an event, the fundraising team will support you in whatever way we can and ensure that you get access to our many years of fundraising experience.

Glenville Football club

Glenville is a north Dublin soccer football club that competes in the Leinster Senior League. The football club, formed in 1997, plays it's home matches on a pitch in Palmerstown Community School, Oakcourt Avenue (off Kennelsfort Road), Palmerstown, Dublin 20.

The People in Need Trust

The People in Need Trust is a charity in Ireland. Its main fundraiser, the RTE People in Need Telethon, was first broadcast by RTE since 1989. Supported by Eircom (formerly Telecom Eireann), it is the main source of funds for The People in Need Trust, which has raised EUR 35 million to date.

Tallaght Atheletic Club

Tallaght AC is a prominent and rapidly growing athletic club who cater for runners and athletes of all abilities and ages. Whether you simply want to run and train for fun or hope to compete at local, national or international level


Bothar is the international aid agency that provides poverty stricken families with the means to solve their problems - permanently. We do this by using livestock in development aid. Bothar works with a wide variety of animals including cows, goats, chickens, camels and bees. Bothar assists needy families to overcome, hunger, malnutrition and poverty in a simple sustainable manner. The living gift of a farm animal gives a struggling family the opportunity to improve their circumstances and, by working with their animal over time, to raise themselves up to a position of relative comfort. Click on the links to the left to go to find out more details on the work that Bothar does. Bothar assists needy families to overcome, hunger, malnutrition and poverty in a simple sustainable manner. The living gift of a farm animal gives a struggling family the opportunity to improve their circumstances and, by working with their animal over time, to raise themselves up to a position of relative comfort.

Educate Together

Educate Together is an educational charity in the Republic of Ireland which is the patron body to "equality-based, co-educational, child centred, and democratically run" schools.[1] It was founded in 1984 to act as the patron body for the new multidenominational schools that opened after the establishment of the Dalkey School Project.[2] As of December 2016, Educate Together is the patron of 81 national schools in the Republic of Ireland.[3] In 2014 three Educate Together Second Level Schools opened in Dublin 15, Drogheda and Lucan along with the first Educate Together school outside Ireland, in Bristol in the United Kingdom.[3] In joint patronage with Kildare and Wicklow ETB, Educate Together opened another second-level school, Celbridge Community School, in 2015.[4]

Tallaght Cancer Support Group

Tallaght Cancer Support Group was founded in February 2007. The support centre is operating 6 years and it is a place where many people touched by cancer and their family and friends are finding support in a caring, confidential and welcoming environment. We look forward to continuing this service into the future and we are very grateful for the generous support and financial help that has been given to us by the local people, local businesses and many people from outside the area. This generosity enables us to bring comfort to many.

St. Brigids GAA

In 1973 the present grounds of 11 acres were purchased and renamed Russell Park. The current club complex was opened in 1988 and comprises of a sports hall, dressing rooms, handball alleys and viewing area, meeting room, GPO Office, Gym and members lounge. Our achievements on the football and hurling scene include 6 Under 16 football championships and two A Minor football championship wins in 95 and 2007, Dublin winners of Feile na nGael on numerous occasions and levels including (Under 14 A hurling 1999 and All Ireland A Hurling and Football in 2012) and numerous titles at under age level in both hurling and football. At adult level the Club has gone from strength to strength, building on the success of the Juvenile section.

Chernobyl Children International

Chernobyl Children International (CCI) is a United Nations-accredited, non-profit, international development, medical, and humanitarian organisation that works with children, families and communities that continue to be affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986. The organisation's founder and chief executive is Adi Roche, the Irish humanitarian and peace campaigner. Before 2010, it was known as Chernobyl Children's Project International (CCPI).

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