Case Studies

The following client case studies across a number of categories demonstrate SECAD Partnership’s work to support people, communities and enterprises through various funding programmes and projects.

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2020: An extraordinary year in one to one Services

Flags ‘SECAD Celebrating Multiculturalism through Food’
FOOD: A Powerful Common Denominator & Cultural Integrator

Food has always been one of the most important cultural signifiers in the definition of...
SECAD Stepping Stones Youth Programme Case Study

View the case study relating to the SECAD Wild Work Stepping Stones Youth Programme

New Ring of Cork Heritage Trail Map Pad

The new Ring of Cork Heritage Trail Map Pad promotes the regions heritage. The ROC heritage trail is an A3 map that highlights and connects 36 heritage attractions from as far west as Ballincollig and east to Youghal. The front of the map highlights 12 of the key attractions.

Active Connections, Killeagh, Co. Cork

Active Connections is an award winning social enterprise run by Ray Burke since June 2015. Active Connections CLG uses activity based therapies to support young people experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Field of Dreams, Bishopstown, Cork

Down Syndrome Cork (DS Cork) has been providing social care services in a variety of forms for the past nine years. In autumn 2017, DS Cork launched the Field of Dreams project a living, horticultural based training facility and social space for Adults with DS on a three acre plot of land.

My Place – Mini Theatre Project

SECAD Partnership has a long standing stake in the development of My Place CLG, a safe and secure space for hosting and managing youth and community services in Midleton, Co. Cork.

St Mary’s Day Care Centre

St Mary’s Day Care Centre was established in 1993 by a local voluntary board of management to provide day care services and meals on wheels to the elderly, and those with limited mobility and living alone in Tagoat and the surrounding rural areas.

Quigleys Point Community Playgroup

Quigley’s Point Community Playgroup is the only child care service in the local area. It delivers a play-based curriculum and provides a safe, challenging and stimulating environment where children feel valued, grow and gain in confidence, self-esteem and independence.

Páistí  Beaga Preschool

Páistí Beaga preschool was established in 2010 by a group of local voluntary directors and committee members as a not for profit company to provide safe, happy, affordable quality childcare service to the local community.