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F.F.I. Community Support Limited

Dun Bhroin, Rathleek, Dunboyne, Co Meath, Ireland.
Other Names:
FFI stands for Friends From Ireland
Registered Charity Number: 20066635
Companies Registration Office Number: IE557409
CHY (Revenue) Number: 17747
Governing Form: Company Limited by Guarantee
Establishment Country: Ireland
Education Body: No

Charitable Purpose:
Relief of poverty or economic hardship, Advancement of education, Other purpose that is of benefit to the community Advancement of community welfare including the relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, or disability, Advancement of community development, including rural or urban regeneration, Promotion of civic responsibility or voluntary work, Promotion of health, including the prevention or relief of sickness, disease or human suffering, Advancement of conflict resolution or reconciliation, Protection of the natural environment, Advancement of environmental sustainability, Advancement of the efficient and effective use of the property of charitable organisations, Prevention or relief of suffering of animals, Advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or sciences, Integration of those who are disadvantaged, and the promotion of their full participation, in society
Charitable Objects:
Supporting African communities through community cornerstone development, education and through conservation and animal-human conflict initiatives.
Activities Description:
School Building projects in Kenya. Partnership MOUs between University College Dublin and Pwani University Kenya. Research and conservation projects in Kenya. Women's empowerment groups in Kenya. Sport initiatives in Kenys. Fundraising events in Ireland.
Activities:
Animal welfare, Education/training, Promotion of community
Beneficiaries:
Community foundations, Environmental protection and conservation
Reporting:
Companies may file their accounts with the Companies Registration Office instead of the Charities Regulator

Annual Report 2016

Reporting Period from 1/1/2016 to 31/12/2016

Description of activities:
School Building projects in Kenya. Partnership MOUs between University College Dublin and Pwani University Kenya. Research and conservation projects in Kenya. Women's empowerment groups in Kenya. Sport initiatives in Kenys. Fundraising events in Ireland.

Activities: Animal welfare, Education/training, Promotion of community

Beneficiaries: Community foundations, Environmental protection and conservation

Average number of Employees: None

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 20-49

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €62,546

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €51,020

Trustees and Officers:
Name Position Start Date
Mr Alan CrawfordDirector12/11/2016
Mrs Niamh ByrneTreasurer20/03/2015
Mr John ByrneChairperson of the Board20/03/2015
Mr Dominic SpillaneDirector20/03/2015
Ms Joanne QuirkeDirector12/11/2016
Mr Derek HilliardDirector12/11/2016
Ms Ann Marie SpillaneSecretary20/03/2015
Other Locations/Premises in Ireland:
FFI 77 Merion Square, Dublin 2, TD Fitzpatrick Accountants, Dublin, Ireland.
Also Operates in:
No other countries on file

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