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Community Group Information

Community and Voluntary Organisations will be able to develop and deliver services locally and benefit from the skills and experience of the unemployed person. The types of projects carried out are likely to include:

  • Energy conservation work in homes and community buildings
  • Social care of all age groups and people with disabilities
  • Caretaking, securing, supervising of community buildings and spaces
  • Renovation of community and sporting facilities, including the regeneration and enhancement of community, recreation and sporting spaces
  • Work in support of cultural and heritage activities
  • Community administration and community event management
  • Coaching for sporting activities
  • Repair of equipment fordeveloping countries- Farm Tools, bicycles, computers, sewing machines, health equipment etc.

The above is by no means an exhaustive list but is designed to illustrate types of work opportunities which might be considered.

Organisations with a proposed work placement should contact West Limerick Resources to register their interest. They will be asked to submit a proposal detailing the work and the number of participants requested. Organisations applying for participants must demonstrate their need for such support along with the ability to monitor the participants and must supply detailed job description and work programme for each participant and for the full year.