Clann Credo: online events for community groups & clubs

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Clann Credo’s focus throughout the Covid-19 crisis has been on supporting the network of Clann Credo customers and colleagues to work collaboratively on the challenges faced by community and voluntary organisations.


In the coming weeks we are hosting a series of free online events to help with the next steps, reopening facilities and services whilst safeguarding communities. These events may be of interest to community groups in your area and will give them the opportunity to engage with others who understand the challenges being faced.


Community Centres; Information and Manual for Covid-19 Reopening 

Tuesday 14th July, 7:30 – 9pm

Tracey Hannon, Social Finance Regional Manager for Clann Credo in the West and North West will host this session.  She will talk about what we’ve heard so far and the supports we provide.

Liam Scollan – Consultant to NGOs, local authorities, and local development companies.  Liam has already worked with over 80 groups online, each trying to figure out what how to respond to the realities of a post Covid-19 world.  He will share the experiences of these groups and provide a manual that he has compiled to help you open safely.

Register here on Eventbrite for our Community Centres event.


Community Childcare Centres; Sharing Experiences of the New Normal  

Tuesday 28th July, 7:30 – 8:30pm

Susan Gallagher, Social Finance Regional Manager for Clann Credo in the South will host this session.  She will introduce you to the Manager of an operating community childcare facility who will bring hands-on experience of the new normal.

Claire Neill, Manager of Niall Mór Childcare Centre in Killybegs, Co. Donegal will talk about her experiences of reopening a community childcare service. This session will give lots of opportunity for asking questions and learning from other community childcare providers.

Register here on Eventbrite for our Community Childcare Centres event.


Local Sports Organisations; Adapting to the New Normal and Finding Supports

Thursday 30th July, 7 – 8pm

As local sports organisations restart their activities and adapt to the new normal, we recognise the challenges that have been presented in this ever-changing landscape.

Mary O’Connor – CEO of the Federation of Irish Sport will speak about the impact that Covid-19 has had on the Sports sector, how sports organisations are adapting and the work that is being carried out to provide supports to the sector.

Darren McMahon – Consultant with 2into3 will speak about the impact on fundraising in the Sports sector and how sports organisations can adapt their fundraising and income models successfully.

There will be opportunities to pose questions to our panel on the night, but we also encourage you to submit any questions you might have when you register so that we can provide the most useful information for your organisation.

Register here on Eventbrite for our Local Sports Organisations event.


Spaces are limited and previous events were oversubscribed, so we would encourage early registration to avoid disappointment.


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