Education, Support, and Wellness

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Education, Support, and Wellness - in Ireland, the UK and the USA.

We’re proud to partner with charities dedicated to aiding, advancing, and developing voices both within the hospitality sector and beyond.​​

Our philanthropic efforts center around providing financial and educational tools to hospitality professionals, supporting the progression of Irish arts and emerging artists, working toward a more equitable and diverse food and drink industry, and making mental health resources available and accessible to all.


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AWARE is the Depression Charity for Northern Ireland, and delivers mental health and well-being programmes into communities, schools, colleges, universities and workplaces. These programmes include our suite of Mood Matters programmes, Living Life to the Full, Mental Health First Aid and Mindfulness.

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In and around Belfast, 78,000 (31%) of children are significantly underachieving at primary school level - a statistic most apparent in disadvantaged communities where the legacy of the Troubles has left an indelible mark. Established in August 2017, The Goliath Trust seeks to raise funds to help address the persistent problem of educational underachievement in Northern Ireland’s most disadvantaged areas. Members of the Trust consult with schools, educators, parents, the churches, community leaders and wider civic society to identify how they can help, with a mission to provide targeted financial support to schools that are most in need.

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Since 2006, through an integrated approach, focused on improving mental health outcomes for young people, Jigsaw has remained steadfast in its commitment to help create an Ireland where young people are connected to their community, have easy-to-access support and services to face challenges to their mental health. They continue to help create an Irish society where every young person’s mental health will be valued and supported.

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Another Round Another Rally is a nonprofit financial and educational resource for the hospitality industry. They provide reimbursement grants and immersive educational scholarships to further the education of historically excluded voices in the community, and supply emergency assistance to those employed in restaurants, bars, and hotels who have fallen on unexpected hardship.

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The Irish Arts Center, founded in 1972, is a home for artists and audiences of all backgrounds who share a passion or appreciation for the evolving arts and culture of contemporary Ireland and Irish America.

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INAR - Irish Network Against Racism - is a national network of anti-racism civil society organizations working collectively to highlight and address the issue of racism in Ireland. Their work includes campaigning, education, support, and the iReport Racist Incident Reporting System, allowing people, communities and organizations in Ireland to confidentially report racism nationwide.

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The beating cultural heart of Northern Ireland for almost 75 years, the Lyric Theatre is the home of world-class theatre, nurturing talent and inspiring the next generation of theatre makers and audiences. A springboard for internationally acclaimed playwrights, poets, directors and actors, the Lyric is the place where Liam Neeson famously learnt his craft.

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Since 2007, Oh Yeah has provided resources for Belfast music makers, fans, audiences, and communities, focusing on youth mentoring and community outreach. They offer a variety of services and resources, including affordable rehearsal and recording spaces, youth and older people projects, mentoring and talent development for aspiring musicians, music tours, live gigs, and more.

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By addressing quality-of-life issues that disproportionately affect restaurant workers, RWCF hopes to strengthen the workforce and increase opportunities for advancement in the hospitality industry. Structural and cultural issues can decrease quality-of-life and make long term work in service unsustainable for many. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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The MAC is a cultural hub in Belfast, and since opening in 2012 has quickly become a beacon for the ongoing regeneration of Belfast, offering an eclectic programme of visual art, theatre, dance, family workshops and lots more.

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The Audre Lorde Project

The ALP is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color center for community organizing, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, we work for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice. Committed to struggling across differences, we seek to responsibly reflect, represent and serve our various communities.

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Enable Ireland provides services to over 370 adults with disabilities in eight counties in Ireland. Their services for adults are person-centred, with their goal being to support all adults to live a fulfilled life according to their personal needs, wishes, and aspirations.