PROMOTING SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS
We very much appreciate the continued support of our funders.
The FRC National Forum represents the network of 121 Family Resource Centres across Ireland and is Ireland’s largest human-rights-based, community development and family support programme, operating across the life course. The principal objective of the FRC National Programme is to combat disadvantage and to strengthen and empower children, individuals, families, and communities.
Tusla - The Child and Family Agency is the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes of children across Ireland. It represents Ireland's most comprehensive reform of child protection, early intervention and family support services to date.
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) was established to strategically lead suicide prevention across the HSE and to collaborate with multiple sectors to implement "Connecting for Life", Ireland’s National Strategy to Reduce Suicide.
Cork/Kerry HSE Community Healthcare supports our 10 Health and Wellbeing, Social Prescribing Community Referral Sites across the Cork & Kerry regions, for which the National FRC Mental Health Promotion Project are the lead support organisation delivering this service.
Gambling Awareness Trust (GAT) is an independent charity established in 2019 to fund research, education, awareness, treatment and rehabilitation and support services to help minimise gambling-related harm in Ireland. GAT is administered by a voluntary Board of Trustees and is funded by donations from the online and retail betting and gaming industry in Ireland.