The Fingal Centre delivers programmes that cater to the needs of the community by providing education, training, employment and environment opportunities .
The centre was founded in 1985 in response to the economic downturn during the 1980’s. It provides a range of supports for those in disadvantage.
Since 2015 30,000+ clients have availed of our services, having been supported through employment services, welfare information, family issues and people in recovery.
The centre works from the ethos of community development and acts in the spirit of cooperation, participation, inclusion, partnership, evaluation and change. It is committed to the process of local economic and social development and sustainability and continually strives to ensure the process is supportive to local community needs. The role of The Fingal Centre is to identify the issues of poverty and exclusion that impacts people’s quality of life and participate actively in helping them address these issues, through education, training and employment processes.
We envision a future where the people of Finglas and surrounding areas have equality of opportunity, with regards to education, training, and employment and where individuals can realise their full potential.
The Finglas Centre is committed to the empowerment and development of individuals from Finglas and surrounding areas so that they can better avail of education, training and employment opportunities that benefit their family, their community and wider society.
The Finglas Centre is committed to the principles of equality and diversity in the community.
The Finglas Centre is committed to building capacity and providing opportunities that will empower individuals in making informed choices about their own education, training ,and stakeholder.
The Finglas Centre provides the highest standard of quality in all its services and programmes through on going consultation, planning ,training, evaluation and reflection with staff, clients, and stakeholders.
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