Cancer Connect is a free, flexible and confidential transport service to Cork hospitals from West Cork for people receiving cancer treatments (radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc.). The service runs from Castletownbere through Bantry and Goleen through Skibbereen to various Cork hospitals every day (Monday to Friday) at times to suit passengers. It is provided totally as a voluntary service by a team of Volunteer Drivers and is administered by West Cork Rural Transport.
CoAction provide a wide range of supports and services for children and adults across all ranges of ability. Their approach is person/family centred, this means the person and the family are at the centre of planning, designing and provision of supports and programmes. Their goal is to support everyone to live a full life as part of their community. Ongoing fundraising for building and services costs in Clonakilty for the wider West Cork community.
Cope (Teach Cairde) Cope Foundation is a non-profit organisation which supports children and adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism. Fundraising for development of their Serenity Garden at Scartagh, Clonakilty
A donation of €1000 each will be given to the following:
Clonakilty Community Care
Irish Wheelchair Association Clonakilty
Cork ARC - Bantry Branch