NCE Outreach is a project that offers training and employment opportunities for people engaged with the addiction treatment services offered by the Tabor Group & Cuan Mhuire through Northside Community Enterprises
NCE Outreach programme provides training that would help to improve education, training and employment prospects, increase confidence and self-awareness and to assist participants in identifying their next steps in regard to possible retraining or upskilling to help support the participants to return to work or education during or after their time in rehabilitation with Tabor Group or Cuan Mhuire.
The Sustainable Cork Fund and NCE Outreach
Created by Rethink Ireland (formerly known as Social Innovation Fund Ireland) and the Department of Rural and Community Development via the Dormant Accounts Fund, the Sustainable Cork Fund was set up in partnership with Cork Chamber of Commerce as part of its 200th anniversary celebration.
It is a fund to support not-for-profit organisations in increasing the sustainability of Cork’s urban and rural communities through environmental, social and economic innovations. NCE Outreach is one of three organisations awarded support and investment through the Sustainable Cork Fund for its Sustainable Futures Project.
The Sustainable Futures Project aims to provide training, personal development, and employment around sustainability for the local community and participants of NCE Outreach, in a safe and non-judgemental environment. The project aims to create part-time employment opportunities at NCE while also feeding into the development of a community-based, living lab for sustainability in Cork City, based at Farranferris Education & Training Campus.