1 - We are signatories and active members of the Employment & Youth Activation Charter.

This means we provide employment skills training & Mentoring for unemployed people to help them become job ready

  • Providing Work Placements
  • Taking part in Training for Jobseekers
  • Offering job sampling in our company

2 - We have committed to YESS - Youth Employment Support Scheme

  • It is targeted at young jobseekers who are long-term unemployed or who face barriers to employment.
  • The programme aims to provide them with the opportunity to learn basic work and social skills in a supportive environment.

3 - We Provide funding Via direct contributions to the Peter McVerry Trust 

Established in 1983, Peter McVerry Trust provides low-threshold entry services, primarily to young people and vulnerable adults with complex needs and offers pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of the Housing First model.

They Provide accommodation and supports, to include new Family Hubs, which provide families experiencing homelessness with a safe and secure place to live, as well as additional emergency accommodation and long-term housing to move people out of homelessness for good.

4 - We provide direct funding to Cork Penny Dinners.

Cork Penny Dinners is one of Cork's oldest caring charitable organisations.
They currently serve up to 2000 freshly made meals per week.
They provide meals & donations of warm clothes and bedding such as sleeping bags and duvets are provided to people in need all year round including Christmas Day.

5 - We provide direct funding to Marymount University Hospice 

Marymount University Hospice is the designated specialist palliative care centre for Cork city and county and provides a closely integrated programme of care delivered across a range of hospital and community-based settings. The service is closely allied to the specialist palliative care services based at Kerry General Hospital, Tralee.   Staffed by a full interdisciplinary team of highly trained professionals, the service is home to a 44 bed in-patient unit, a day hospice, out-patient department and community-based programme. Marymount University Hospice supports a dedicated specialist palliative care service in all of the acute hospitals across the region.

6 - Volunteering RNLI The Royal National Lifeboat Institution

The RNLI is a registered charity that saves lives at sea. ... The RNLI relies on voluntary contributions and legacies for its income. Lifeboats Ireland covers 43 lifeboat stations throughout Northern Ireland and the Republic, including inland stations at Enniskillen and Lough Derg. Two members of our team are active members of this fantastic organisation and volunteer both as a fundraiser and safety coordinator.

7 - We provide direct funding to Dublin Rape Crisis Centre 

Since 1979, The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has worked to prevent the harm and heal the trauma of sexual violence. The centre works with men and women who have experienced sexual assault, rape or childhood sexual abuse.

Sexual violence is a serious public health and human rights issue with both short and long-term consequences for those affected. The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has been at the forefront of the Irish response to sexual violence for almost 40 years.

8 - We provide direct funding to HIV Ireland 

Established in 1987, Dublin AIDS Alliance Ltd is a voluntary organisation working to improve conditions for people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS. Dublin AIDS Alliance Ltd is now trading as HIV Ireland.

HIV Ireland operates under an ethos of equality and is committed to making a positive contribution towards a humane and just society. The organisation strives to ensure that their staff, volunteers and service users are treated with dignity and respect at all times and to create an environment that promotes equal opportunity and prohibits discrimination.

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