Helpful Support Networks
Below you will find a list of community organisations with details where we have them. If you are not on the list below please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (01) 878-7700
ACET has been working in Ireland since 1992. Today a team of eight staff and a large number of volunteers bring Care services to those infected and affected by HIV, as well as Education & Training on HIV, sexual health and other related issues
Amach LGBT Galway Ltd.
Phone: 1890 929 539
AMACH! LGBT Galway Ltd — a registered company since March 2010 — is a volunteer run organisation which represents and campaigns on behalf of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Galway City and County.
Phone: (01) 863 8300
Our LGBT Discrimination Group focuses its work on engaging with human rights issues which particularly relate to LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) people, in Ireland and around the world. It does so by meeting regularly with members of the LGBT community in Ireland, and utilises a human rights based approach to ending discrimination.
Amuigh is a Letterkenny based LGBT group. It was set up in March 2010
Phone: 086 0788260
The Kerry LGBT Project organises regular events throughout the year. These include; large social events every few months, a monthly LGBT themed film night and different speakers/training/workshops on matters of LGBT interest.
Cork Gay Hillwalking Club
Phone: 087 6783726
Cork Gay Hillwalking Club is affiliated to The Association of Gay Mountaineering and Hillwalking Clubs of Ireland. It developed from The Rainbow Ramblers, a group established by The Cork Gay Community Project in 2003. We climb mainly in the spectacular mountain ranges of Kerry, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford; from the gentle slopes of the Knockmealdowns and Galtees to the somewhat steeper slopes of The Magillicuddy Reeks and The Brandon Ridge in the Dingle Peninsula.
Cork Pride Festival
Phone: 086 366 8040
Phone:087 286 33 49
Dining Out is a social group for gay men, which was formed in April 2002. The group meets for dinner in city centre restaurants, with 15 to 30 people attending each meal. Dinners are usually held on the 2nd Friday and on the last Friday of the month. It is hoped that the group will provide good opportunities for making new friends. Men of all ages are welcome. There are no membership fees – all you have to do is pay for your food and drink (normally between 25 and 50 euro – depending on the chosen restaurant).
DIT LGBT Soc
The DIT LGBT Society is a society for DIT students who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender, and their straight friends.
Dublin Film Qlub
The Film Qlub is a special interest club, catering for film-lovers in Dublin. We are a not-for-profit group run by volunteers. We screen one film every month, as part of a series of themed seasons (ten films per season). What all our films have in common is that they are of interest to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and our friends. Our programme, exclusively created for the Film Qlub after months of careful research, has included Irish premieres, new releases, and local LGBTQ film showcases.
We welcome runners of all abilities, whether beginners or experienced, recreational or competitive. You don’t have to be an accomplished runner before running with the club. Our Saturday and Wednesday runs along with Fartlek training offer something for everyone.