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A future full of hope: Crosscare annual report 2003.

10.14655/6841-4345 Crosscare Poverty, Marginalisation, Social exclusion Crosscare (formerly known as the Catholic Social Service Conference CSSC) have been responding to the needs of people on the margins of society since 1941. Currently they employ close ...

Daisy Roots Garden Project

In the summer of 2009 a local Menâ?Ts group that met in St Helenaâ?Ts thought that it might be a good idea to sow a wild garden on the site.  Then came the raised beds â?" 2 were placed in the garden area opposite the front door of the house and as ...

Elder Care Meals on Wheels

Elder Care Meals on Wheels provides a nutritious meal to older members of the community. Local Development Companies, The Local Authority, FAS Initiative Type Meals on Wheels Location Tipperary Target Groups Older people Funding Local Development Companie ...

Garden to Plate

North Tipperary Food Partnership aims to improve access to healthy food and build community and skills through food growing initiatives. `The Garden to Plate` project was set up as part of Nenagh Community Allotments, a voluntary group who lease a site pr ...

Cloughmills Incredible Edibles Project

Cloughmills Incredible Edibles Project aims to reconnect people with each other, their community and the natural world by developing a sustainable, fair and healthy food system in Cloughmills. They aim to teach people where food comes from, appreciate sea ...

Ballina Eat Wise Project

The Mayo North East Ballina Eat Wise project will proactively engage with disadvantaged communities, including migrant and Traveller groups, in Ballina to encourage and support people to make informed decisions regarding their diet and that of their famil ...

Ballybeg Family Growing Project

Ballybeg Family Growing Project aims to engage families living in the Ballybeg estate to raise their awareness and knowledge of healthy eating by providing a practical skills-based education programme of growing and cooking, taking a developmental approac ...

Food Focus

Food Focus is a Community Food Project that promotes healthy eating through a variety of co-ordinated, strategic food activities, which offers people a way to engage in a positive approach to food. Funding: safefood, NICHE, HAZ of the HSE Contact: Elaine ...

New Horizons

New Horizons includes strong elements of and modules on horticulture, nutrition and cookery skills. The project is based in an outdoor pursuits centre in Drumshanbo Co. Leitrim and the participants are young people who have left school early or who are at ...

Donegal Garden GNOMES

The Donegal Garden G.N.O.M.E.S are a community garden group who grow fruit and vegetables organically. If you are interested in learning or sharing your skills, you are welcome to come along on Thursdays from 11.00am to 1.00pm weekly at the rear of the Bl ...

The New Growth Project

Free horticultural training in a private garden environment. A practical training course which combines horticultural techniques and the scientific principles. Course content is based on Royal Horticultural Society level 2 qualifications. Inspiring people ...

Portland Row Community Café

A community cafe serving low-cost, healthy seasonal food, sourced or grown locally and prepared in-house. An urban kitchen garden will be a project aimed to involve the community, to educate on growing flowers, fruit and veg and using them to cook with du ...

Blanchardstown Good Food Cooperative

Blanchardstown Good Food Cooperative aims to establish a Good Food Network in Dublin 15 to raise awareness of and seek to reduce food poverty. Part of the CFI Programme 2013-2015 Initiative Type Nutrition Education and Training Programmes Location Dublin ...

Building a Transition Community

Footprints is developing a Transition Community Initiative which will be another distinct area of work within the Healthy Living Project, as part of the groupâ?Ts ongoing endeavours to influence change within the Colin community, tackling health inequalit ...

Cairde le Cheile CFI

Potatoes, cabbage, onions, carrots, turnips and a range of herbs are grown for use in the Cairde le Cheile Meals on Wheels service. The core workers in the garden are Rural Social Scheme participants. The gardens are open weekly on Monday and Tuesday and ...