Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind (IGDB) is Ireland’s national charity dedicated to enabling people who are vision impaired and families of children with autism to achieve improved mobility and independence.
The Haven Hub is a non-profit organisation that gives peer support and advocates for people in distress or at risk of suicide. We do this by empowering the service user in making the links necessary in their recovery to wellness. We extend help from our suicide prevention trained volunteers to develop an agreed safety plan if they are at risk of suicide.
The Kerry Hospice Foundation (KHF) is a voluntary organisation to help provide funding and support for palliative care services in Kerry. The mission of the Kerry Hospice Foundation is to help fund, in partnership with the HSE, the provision of Specialist Palliative Care Services which support patients who are living with an advancing illness in Kerry.
Rape Crisis Midwest was started by a group of women and men who were concerned about the lack of services for survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Since then, we have worked to provide comprehensive information, professional support and a quality counselling service for survivors of sexual abuse and violence throughout the Midwest region.
CCRT is a suicide prevention, intervention and postvention organisation. Our trained volunteers work with people in suicidal distress 354 nights a year to keep them safe from suicide. Our volunteers travel physically to the location of the individual to offer support. We also work with individuals, communities and groups who have been bereaved by suicide, offering evidence-based support in the aftermath of suicide.
Mid West Simon Community has been established since October 2006. Covering the counties of Clare, Limerick and North Tipperary, their aim is to support people through their journey out of homelessness by providing appropriate accommodation and care services, tailored to their individual needs.
Hand in Hand is a non-profit organisation which provides the families of children with cancer with much-needed practical support. They support families nationwide who are affected by childhood cancer by giving them access to professional service providers.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland (WRI) is an umbrella organisation promoting wildlife rehabilitation & supporting the rehabiliators who work in this field in Ireland. Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland exists to promote wildlife rehabilitation and improve wildlife welfare and conservation in Ireland.