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Get Tallaght Working Co-Operative Limited

Bolbrook Enterprise centre, Avonmore Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland.
Other Names:
Partas
Registered Charity Number: 20035044
Companies Registration Office Number: 280626
CHY (Revenue) Number: 12162
Governing Form: Company Limited by Guarantee
Establishment Country: Ireland
Education Body: No

Charitable Purpose:
Relief of poverty or economic hardship, 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, Integration of those who are disadvantaged, and the promotion of their full participation, in society
Charitable Objects:
The main object for which the company is established is the charitable purpose of the relief of poverty for residents of Tallaght, and the suburbs thereof in particular, provided however that this shall not preclude the company from carrying on its main object outside this area by the promotion of beneficial community based facilities and services which, through education and training, facilitate the entry into employment or self-employment or the return to education of long term unemployed persons.
Activities Description:
With four enterprise centres in Tallaght, located in areas of national priority in regard to youth and adult unemployment, Partas plays a key role in stimulating new business enterprise and employment within the community. Our training, research and evaluation activities are aimed at deepening an understanding of local and national knowledge of key drivers impacting on poverty relief and unemployment, and pursuing actions to assist the individual entrepreneur working within the community. Partas aims to build an inclusive and thriving community by being a leading source of excellence in the development and the social economy as pertains to its stated charitable purpose
Activities:
Advice/advocacy/information, Education/training, Promotion of community, Relief of poverty, Research/evaluation, Youth development
Beneficiaries:
Adult training, Community services, Ethnic minorities, Integration of those who are disadvantaged into society, Unemployed/low income, Voluntary and community sector
Reporting:
Companies may file their accounts with the Companies Registration Office instead of the Charities Regulator

Annual Report 2015

Reporting Period from 1/1/2015 to 31/12/2015

Description of activities:
With four enterprise centres in Tallaght, located in areas of national priority in regard to youth and adult unemployment, Partas plays a key role in stimulating new business enterprise and employment within the community.

Our training, research and evaluation activities are aimed at deepening an understanding of local and national knowledge of key drivers impacting on poverty relief and unemployment, and pursuing actions to assist the individual entrepreneur working within the community.

Partas aims to build an inclusive and thriving community by being a leading source of excellence in the development and the social economy as pertains to its stated charitable purpose

Activities: Advice/advocacy/information, Education/training, Promotion of community, Relief of poverty, Research/evaluation, Youth development

Beneficiaries: Adult training, Community services, Ethnic minorities, Integration of those who are disadvantaged into society, Unemployed/low income, Voluntary and community sector

Average number of Employees: 20-49

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 1-9

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €1,289,383

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €1,268,938

Annual Report 2014

Reporting Period from 1/1/2014 to 31/12/2014

Description of activities:
With four enterprise centres in the Tallaght area,Partas is at the heart of the entrepreneurial spirit within the community. Our training in personal and business development,computer skills,mentoring programmes and micro-financing ensure that every assistance is provided to support our clients. Partas aims to build an inclusive and thriving community by being a leading source of excellence in the development of local enterprise and the social economy.

Activities: Advice/advocacy/information, Education/training, Promotion of community, Relief of poverty, Research/evaluation, Youth development

Beneficiaries: Adult training, Community services, Ethnic minorities, Integration of those who are disadvantaged into society, Unemployed/low income, Voluntary and community sector

Average number of Employees: 20-49

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 1-9

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €1,299,511

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €1,291,142

Trustees and Officers:
Name Position Start Date
Ms Barbara QuinnDirector19/11/2014
Mr Aidan ThomasChairperson of the Board19/11/2014
Mr Enda O'TooleDirector19/11/2014
Mr David KennedyDirector19/11/2014
Mr Patrick PalmerDirector19/11/2014
Mr John KearnsCompany Secretary01/01/2001
Other Locations/Premises in Ireland:
Also Operates in:
No other countries on file

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