Phone Number: 021 4278828
Address: 22, South Mall , Cork
Threshold is a frontline advice and advocacy service for people with housing problems and people at risk of homelessness. Our service is free, independent and confidential.
- We provide guidance and negotiate solutions directly with landlords and housing providers. We take legal action where there is no other remedy.
- We help people to look at their housing options and make a planned move where their current accommodation isn’t working out, for example, accommodation is substandard or a house-share is breaking down.
- We work closely with landlords in the best interests of both landlords and tenants.
ISPCC and Childline
Phone Number: 021 450 9588
Address: Penrose Wharf, 4/5 Alfred Street, Cork
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) is Ireland’s oldest and most well-known children’s charity- with a vision to see an Ireland where all children are heard and valued, a mission to ensure that all children have a positive experience of childhood and our purpose is to build strong resilient children and families, who can cope with challenges, solve problems and lead positive healthy lives
Cork ARC Cancer Support House
Phone Number: 021 4276688
Address: Sarsfield Road,, Wilton, Cork, T12EW9A
Cork ARC Cancer Support House is a voluntary organisation established to provide a holistic centre in which people with cancer and their families can find emotional support, practical help and trust. Our aim is to provide therapies that complement the medical model, so as to make a difference to the lives of those affected by cancer.
Mercy University Hospital Foundation
Phone Number: 021 4274076
Address: 26 Henry Street, Cork, T12 VY09
Set up in 2007 The Foundation is responsible for developing giving opportunities and encouraging charitable contributions from within the community towards the work being carried out in the Hospital. We are also responsible for ensuring that funds raised for The Mercy University Hospital are managed efficiently and allocated in a transparent manner in line with our donors’ wishes and in line with our Code of Ethics andDonor Charter.
The Foundation welcomes the Charities Bill and the creation of a Charities Regulator. The Foundation has signed up to the ‘Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising’ and if you would like to read more about our Public Compliance Statement just click here. If you would like to read about our Complaints Policy click here. Alternatively, if you would like to read more about the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising just click here.
By developing a close working relationship with the health care professionals and management within the Mercy University Hospital as well as our donors and supporters The Foundation will help to provide life saving, life changing support.
Funds raised through the Mercy University Hospital Foundation are used to purchase state-of-the-art equipment, to enhance and develop services and to help Hospital staff in providing a world-class service in a world-class hospital.