The Charitable Infirmary Charitable Trust has donated over €250,000 to Charitable Organisations in the past 18 months. The Charities who received funding are listed below.
In addition the Trust funded Medical Research Projects at Beaumont Hospital and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
Capuchin Day Centre
Capuchin Day Centre is run by Brother Kevin Crowley and inspired by the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi provides a non- judgmental service to people in need of food aid.
Merchants Quay Ireland
A voluntary organization providing an open access service to Ireland’s Homeless and hungry and those struggling with addiction.
St. Vincent de Paul
A voluntary, charitable organization providing practical support for people in need.
Tiglin ‘No buck’s café’
Provides for the homeless and hungry of Dublin’s inner city a place to sit and enjoy sandwiches, tea or coffee from 8pm on a Thursday night.
Provides services for homeless people, which include advice and information assistance, supported housing and education & training.
Works to prevent and address homelessness. They also offer emergency accommodation and outreach services for the homeless.
Established in 1818 is one of Irelands oldest Charities. It works towards the relief of poverty in the City and it provides a six-day a week food service.
Is the Social support Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin. It work involves prevention/Homelessness, Youth Work, Food Services, Community Services.
The Palestrina Choir is the resident choir of Saint Mary's Pro-Cathedral.
Coolmine Therapeutic Community
Provides a Rehabilitation service for people in recovery from alcohol and drugs. Ashleigh House offers a six month residential treatment programme for women with drug and alcohol problems