€28,000 Investment into hiring of staff to develop product
We are thrilled to now be in a really strong position to ramp up our staffing levels which in turn allows me to focus on the commercialisation of our device so that we can approach market in 2014. Without this finance, our ability to enter the market was seriously hindered as our budget is extremely tight. We are very grateful and proud to have been selected as one of the first-round beneficiaries of Cork Foundation.
€120,000 Over 3 Years- Staff Investment, Roll out of a suicide awareness programme & Investment in core services.
We could not be happier to have been involved with the Cork Foundation for the past number of months. They may be a new organisation on the Cork scene but are making a big impact due the tremendous networking and relationship-building they are undertaking in the Cork Community.
€20,000 Investment into Staff.
With the grant funding provided by Cork Foundation, Northside Community Enterprises is now in a position to employ two additional staff enabling the community enterprises to offer enhanced services at its “Little Hands” Childcare Centre in Farrenferris.
€15,000 worth of projects in conjunction with Construction Industry Federation.
Many of Reimagine Corks recent and proposed projects require skills and expertise from professionals in the construction sector. The Cork Foundation has and can continue to help in this area by connecting Reimagine Cork with the relative construction sector organisations.
Participated in Crowd Funding for Non Profits- €7,500 Raised
Field of Dreams is a Cork based organisation devoted to ensuring that adults with Down Syndrome in Cork can participate in and contribute as fully as possible to their communities in order to help enrich the life of Cork.
Field of Dreams offers meaningful work and learning opportunities to build participants’ self-confidence, self-worth and competencies.
€2,000 Participated in Live Crowd Funding for Non Profits
First Light is an organisation which focuses on providing the necessary support and help to parents and families who experience the sudden loss of a child or young person.
It is estimated that on average in Cork every year 300 parents, families and front line professionals are effected by the sudden death of a child. At First Light we provide professional, appropriate and qualified support in these cases.
€3,000- Live Crowd funding for Non Profits.
Shine Ireland is a Not for Profit company and a Registered Charity providing services and supports for children with autism. The rate of autism diagnosis continues to rise in Ireland (now 1 in every 68 births) and under resourced services cannot keep pace with demand.
€10,000 worth of services secured via Poppulo
Blackrock Castle was in 2002 transformed from a derelict historical building into an observatory and science centre and Ireland’s first science and discovery centre based on astronomy and space.
€1000 – Live Crowdfunding for Non Profits
Helium Arts is working to ignite the creative powers of all those children (0 – 18 years) in Ireland living with chronic and long-term illness so that they can live life to the full. Helium Arts has empowered over 350 children in Cork University Hospital over four artist-in-residencies since 2010.
€10,000 worth of services secured. Hack for Good Participant in partnership with Republic of Work.
Rebel Wheelers was established in 2008 to facilitate children who were eager to participate in all types of physical activities with an emphasis on sports. The club has grown from 5 to 50 members, ages range from 5+ both girls and boys.
€10,000 worth of services. Hack for Good Participant in partnership with Republic of Work
Benchspace Cork is the first shared wood workshops of its kind in Ireland. It provides affordable access to work benches and professional standard machinery to local furniture makers and designers, particularly to graduates and early career professionals. It significantly cuts the cost of starting a new fine furniture or woodworking business in Cork by sharing the cost of equipment, rent and commercial rates.
€10K Hack for Good Participant in partnership with Republic of Work.
The PATH Trust was established in response to the escalating housing crisis which is gripping Ireland, a crisis which is particularly effecting families.
€10,000 worth of services . Participants in Hack for Good in partnership with Republic of Work.
In October 2014, Down Syndrome Centre Cork opened the doors to Ireland’s first services-led centre for children with Down syndrome and their families.