Niall Mor Centre, Church Road, Killybegs, Donegal, F94FYX2, Ireland
Describe the purpose and aim(s) of the organisation/voluntary group

Established in 2001 to support community groups, individuals and enterprises through training programmes in South West Donegal.

Learners most commonly worked with:
Lone parents
Older learners
People experiencing rural isolation
People living in areas of high unemployment and deprivation
People who are unemployed
People who left school early
People with disabilities
People with literacy difficulties
People with mental health challenges
Refugees and/or people seeking international protection
Women returning to the workplace
Young Adults
Programmes/Courses Offered
Community engagement programmes (personal development programmes through creative, social or manual activities eg. flower arranging)
Computer skills
Employment skills
Health and wellbeing programmes
Parenting programmes
Level of courses you offer
Accredited levels 1 - 3
Types of wraparound support provided
Drop in centre
Family support services
Mental health supports (e.g. counselling, or mental health awareness activities, support groups, resource, etc.)
Approximate number of learners engaged with annually