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The Learning Development Programme has established excellent working relationships with communities of place and/or interest, many of whom have engaged with the programme on several occasions and continue to support the programme in the years they are not involved.

Community Groups

Aisling Project
Ashton Pound, Dogs in Distress and Finglas Dogs Aid Sanctuary
Coolmine Female Residential Group*
Coolmine Male Residential Group*
Coolmine Welcome Programme*
Dublin Aids Alliance
Dublin Bus, number 53 bus at 8.29am & 9.30am
Dublin Multi Cultural Resource Centre
Exchange House
Irish Wheelchair Association - Dominos Club
Knitting Group
Larkin Centre
Postcard Community Leonards Corner, South Circular Road
South West Inner City Community Network
Spirasi 
Iona Centre 
National Rehabilitation Hospital - Spinal Injuries Ireland 
DeafHear.ie 
Friends of the Elderly 
Panti Bar & individual drag artists 
Prison Arts Foundation (NI)
Ballybough Community Centre Senior Citizens Complex
Christ Church Cathedral
A Contact Improv Group located in Dance Ireland
DART commuters
Dean Swift Ward, St Patricks
Docklands residents
Exchange Dublin
The National Rehabilitation Centre

*Part of Coolmine Therapeutic Community



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