IMPACT

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It's impossible to fully measure the good work ICCM does, and the affects it has on peoples lives, but in the last year (January 2021 - January 2020):

Over 30 of our volunteers have given nearly 4000 hours of their time supporting our community

We have offered support for over 1300 community members

 

We have sourced and refurbished brand new premises to ensure a comfortable environment for our service users and staff

 

We have started a new Advocacy and Support service offering longer term support for members of our community with multiple and complex needs.

Over 300 people a week attend and enjoy our lunch clubs.

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What People Say​

‘It gets me out & stops me being isolated.’

 

‘They are interested in what I do & how I am.’

‘I really like coming here, to me, it’s like one big happy family.’

 

‘It’s accessible & friendly, I think that the volunteers are marvellous & I like the support from Irish Community Care.’

 

‘When I came over I had to work & I wasn’t good at filling in forms, to me filling in forms was something that I never had to do.’

 

‘I had, had a stroke & they filled out forms to get a stairlift & I got help with my bathroom, & I would have been lost without

them. They did anything & everything.

 ‘They helped me maintain my independence.’

 

 ‘When I was feeling a bit lost, I was able to pick the phone & there was someone there’

 

‘They’re there when you need them and you can’t ask for anything more’

 

‘They understand me & that means more than anything’

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You've gone above and beyond for me, I couldn't ask for anything more'

'I could do everything you have helped me with, but I wouldn’t. You help me do it so much quicker'

“[Since being supported by ICCM] he is on track, attends our sessions sober and seems committed to staying out of prison”.

‘I feel better for it and it’s a great pastime & I got to know all these people’