Community Based Organisations

We have a number of organisations operating out of building


The Southill After Schools Club provides homework support for children aged between 5 – 12 years. The club runs Monday to Thursday during term time.  We also provide education and training for adults who participate on a C.E. Scheme.


The Brothers of Charity Limerick Day Services approach to day services envisages that all the supports available in communities will be mobilised so that people with disabilities have the widest choice and options about how to live their lives and how to spend their time. By operating from a community setting we can provide new opportunities for individuals to develop their personal skills and provide a variety of activities and programmes.


CareBright is a non-profit, social economy business established in 1998. We are a leading provider of homecare in Munster. Our focus is caring for and supporting people to live independently in their own homes. We have been providing homecare services to the community since 1998. We are a service provider for the HSE, in the form of Home Care Grants, Home Help Services, Chiropody, and Subsidised Hours in the home, while also providing care for clients in a private capacity.


Sophia Housing provides ongoing support to families and single people, through tenancy sustainment. In conjunction with Limerick City Council Regeneration we manage several tenancies throughout Limerick Regeneration areas (Moyross, Southill, Ballinacurra Weston).


The Irish Traveller Movement (ITM) is a national network of organisations and individuals working within the Traveller community.
ITM was established in 1990 and now has over seventy Traveller organisations from all parts of Ireland in its membership. The Irish Traveller Movement consists of a partnership between Travellers and settled people committed to seeking full equality for Travellers in Irish society. This partnership is reflected in all of the structures of ITM.


Garda Youth Diversion Projects are local community-based activities which work with children. The projects aim to help young people move away from behaving in a way that might get them, or their friends, into trouble with the law. They can help children develop their sense of community and their social skills through different activities