Community Development

Community Development

Supporting the development and evolution of the community sector is a central element of SECAD Partnership’s work.

Increasingly, as the economy becomes more buoyant, less time is available from volunteers to support community and voluntary activities. SECAD understands that the needs of a community can change and the capacity of a community to seek the supports to address change can be challenging.

Therefore, together with communities and partner organisations, SECAD is coordinating work in the community sector by working together to design, deliver and build the creative capacity of community support programmes.

SECAD brings innovative approaches into the most disadvantaged areas to enable communities to address issues of physical and mental health, integration and many other challenges in a creative and inclusive way.

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Supermarket Tour of Garvey's Supervalu Cobh

We are running a Healthy Eating & Lifestyle Initiative as part of our SICAP Programme. We visited Garvey's Supervalu in Cobh with Gill O'Shea Nutrition to discuss healthy eating choices and visited the fish counter on our tour.

Thanks to Garvey's for having us!
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I am seriously blown away by the level of ongoing support offered by @rubiconcentre - George and Paul have been such a huge help to us and so generous with their time. Myself and Jen are so grateful and I am so glad I got a place on the #wren course with @SECADCork last year.

We are delighted to invite you to attend the TELI2 Project Seminar on Wed 29 Aug in LIT Thurles. Organised by @RDI_at_LIT in partnership with @SECADCork & @ruralnetwork
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Nurturing new business in rural Ireland female entrepreneurship programme - WREN https://t.co/NK1l1OcPKK @SECADCork

Calling Female Entrepreneurs, do you wish to develop your business with expert support while gaining a level 6 qualification from CIT? SECAD's application deadline for the Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network/WREN Programme is July 27th. @ESF_Ireland@BallyhouraDev@rubiconcentre

Just off a call with Paul in @rubiconcentre - the amount of support they offer to small business start ups like ourselves is just incredible. Am so grateful to have gotten a place on @SECADCork #wrenprogramme last year. It's been a game changer for us @DoulaCareEire

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Contact

SECAD Partnership CLG
Midleton Community Enterprise Centre, Owennacurra Business Park,
Knockgriffin, Midleton, Co. Cork, P25 Y893

+353 21 4613432

info@secad.ie