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We caught up with Hao to talk about his family’s experience in Ireland.
“The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do”
John is one of Clúid’s Wexford residents. He’s also an Olympian!
My ESB bill is about a third cheaper than it previously was, it’s a big difference.
Dorothy tells us what it was like to get the keys to her new home and the relief she felt.
I knew that everything would change when I moved into Milltown Meadows.
We believe in communities. We believe in enabling our residents to create thriving communities. Our mission is to empower residents to take ownership of their neighbourhood and to make it a great place to live.
Our best communities have little anti-social behaviour, local economies that flourish, and plenty of opportunities in education and self-improvement. Everyone plays their part and gets involved in contributing to a place where children have a safe place to grow up, where local businesses can thrive and where older people can feel a part of something.
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Stepping Stones is an annual grant scheme run by Clúid Housing for tenants who are planning to attend a training or education course. Clúid supports tenants with this ‘stepping stone’ to a new direction in life.
The Stepping Stones grant is for all Clúid tenants and authorised occupants living within Clúid homes. However, Stepping Stones is limited to people who are not receiving any other sources of funding. People who are receiving a Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) grant or grants from other sources, e.g. St Vincent de Paul, credit union etc., are not eligible to apply for funding.
Great Place to Live Competition
This is an annual competition to recognise and celebrate the efforts that you and your neighbours put into making
your communities great places to live! This year we have three categories:
This award recognises the schemes or areas with strong community spirits. Are there any social events or activities in your area? What makes your area a great place to live?
Best Community Project
This award recognises the community projects that have taken place over the last year. Are there any youth groups, community gardens or neighbours day events in your neighbourhood?
Community Neighbour Award
This award recognises people who really make a difference on the scheme. Someone who helps out or organises fun community activities.