On Monday 12 February, YMCA Cork hosted a launch event for Joy’s Room, our new sensory space designated for young people
Last month Greenhill YMCA hosted a one day conference “The Power of Outdoors” – The event was organised by The Outdoor Partnership in conjunction with Tollymore National Outdoor Centre and Greenhill YMCA.
The game, which started on the courts of a YMCA in December 1891, has found its way to Larne.
It’s been a big month for the YMCA YI staff as the West Cork YI project successfully completed a peer review, at advanced level, for the ERYICA Irish Commission.
We are recruiting volunteers for our Groundfloor Homework Club in Cork City.
Peacebuilding has been a core part of Belfast YMCA work for many decades. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Belfast YMCA was involved in grassroots work to create opportunities for dialogue and mutual understanding.
NYCI Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme between GroundFloor, YMCA Cork City Youth Service and MTU Creativity and Change artist Helen O’Keeffe.
It’s been a great year for the Youth Vocation and Training department across the Cork Region.
Our whole family approach supports flourishing families and communities through child-centred learning and welcoming, inclusive spaces that are accessible by everyone.
Young people from YMCAs in the Cork region & Newcastle alongside Dublin-based Sphere17 regional youth service took part in an NYCI-led Galway Marine Residential on 19th-21st July.