Clúid’s commitment to its mission is the core reason why we want to collaborate with other charities. In order to enable people to create thriving homes and communities, mixed tenure is essential. Collaborating with charities who provide support to older persons, people with physical or intellectual disabilities, and people who were recently housed after being in long term homelessness, will help realise this mission.

To date we have worked with Stewarts Care, Cheshire Ireland, Alone, Hail and Sonas and we want to partner with more charities.  We have recently received approval from the Capital Assistance Scheme (which is a government grant for the provision of housing for older people, people with a disability and those who have experienced homelessness) to purchase 16 units in Galway in conjunction with Galway COPE and the Simon Community.

Clúid is a national organisation with a social housing presence in all 26 counties in the Republic of Ireland. We have dedicated staff working across each county, with a wealth of housing and technical experience. We take great pride in the partners we have collaborated with and continue to collaborate with. We see partnership as a vital way of being able to provide housing to those who need it.

Clúid has delivered top class quality accommodation ... Our service users are extremely happy to be tenants with Clúid as they know they are in safe hands.

Debbie Kelleher, Independent Living Coordinator, Stewarts Care Ltd.

An Leargán – Galway

A scheme in Galway City, An Leargán, provides a good example of partnership.

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