The Irish Association of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Limited
|Registered Charity Number:||20059965|
|Companies Registration Office Number:||432245|
|CHY (Revenue) Number:||16556|
|Governing Form:||Company Limited by Guarantee|
Advancement of education, Advancement of religion
The main object for which the Company is established is to further the religious, missionary, educational, charitable, humanitarian, health, welfare, genealogical, and cultural purposes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( the „Church“). The Company will accomplish its main object by assisting the Church in the following areas; (i) Proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ through missionary work; (ii) Perfecting the members of the Church and non-members by preparing them to receive the ordinances of the gospel; (iii) Providing sacred ordinances for ancestors as identified by genealogical research; (iv) Establishing and developing religious, missionary, educational, charitable, humanitarian, health, welfare, social, genealogical, recreational and cultural programs; for members of the Church and non-members, and (v) Constructing, maintaining and operating centres of worship, recreation, culture, education and welfare. The Company will also administer the charitable affairs of the Church and acquire by purchase, gift, donation, leases, exchange, hire or otherwise and to hold for any estate or interest and to create, manage, apply, dispose of or otherwise deal with any asset or right of whatever description whether movable or immovable, which includes intangible property. The Company will also engage in activities to support community and neighbourhood projects and any other religious, missionary, educational, charitable, humanitarian, welfare, genealogical and cultural purposes consistent with its main object.
- Weekly religious services for all age groups - Weekly educational, cultural and religious instruction for groups 14-17 and 18-30 years of age in various locations - Monthly cultural and educational activities for females over 18 years of age in various locations - Seminars in Limerick and Dublin on employment and self-employment to assist job seekers or those wishing to engage in self-employment - Assistance to individuals conducting genealogical research in several genealogical centres - Addiction recovery programmes - Regular activities and conferences for youth groups in various locations - Assistance and support to various local charities, including: women’s refuge centres and men’s shelters, centres for the homeless, residences for senior citizens, centres for asylum seekers, children’s organizations, shoebox appeals, hospitals, the School for the Blind, the Irish Cancer Society and the Simon Community (Locations: Bray, Clondalkin, Clonsilla, Drumcondra, Dublin, Dundalk, Finglas, Limerick, Mullingar, Sligo, Tallaght,Terenure and Waterford) - Collection and donations of second-hand clothes for the homeless, young mothers, a womens' refuge and Syrian refugees. -Local neighborhood projects (tidy town clean-up)
Promotion of support to charities sector, Religious activities, Volunteer development, Welfare/benevolent, Youth development
Adult training, Asylum seekers/refugees, Community services, Homeless services, Religious activities, Services to adolescents, The elderly, Those suffering from addiction, Those suffering from hunger/poverty, Unemployed/low income, Women's services, Youth development, shelter and crisis services
Reporting Period from 1/1/2015 to 31/12/2015
Average number of Employees: 1-9
Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 250+
Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €839,614
Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €1,326,121
(These figures are not checked by the CRA)
|Mr Bernard C. O'Farrell||Director||20/12/2015|
|Mr Matthew B. Robertson||Director||20/12/2015|
|Mr David K. Roy||Director||20/12/2015|
No other countries on file
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