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Irish YMCA at a glance

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    • The YMCA in Ireland At a glance
    • Irish YMCA Movement
      • 32 County Organisation dating back to 1849
      • Work in 22 locations with Christians from all denominations
      • Programmes, users & locations have doubled in the last 12 years
    • YMCAs in Ireland Donegal L’Derry Ballymena Antrim Larne Carrick North Down Belfast Lisburn Lurgan Portadown Greenhill* Dublin Cork Ballincollig* Bantry* Bandon* Cohb* West Dublin* * National Council Centres
    • Rough guide to local services Health, fitness & sports Day Care Youth work Vocational Training Community Develop/ Relations Family youth Work/ Schools Work Specialist Youth Work eg Youth info Donegal    Londonderry     Ballymena  Larne    Antrim  Carrick   Belfast    North Down     Lisburn      Lurgan      Portadown  Greenhill    Dublin      West Dublin   Cork     Ballincollig   Cobh    Bandon    Bantry  
    • Statistically Speaking item users Total users 26,830 Youth users 22000 Male 52% Female 48% Biggest numbers Greenhill Belfast Dublin programmes Over 100 separate initiatives From pensioner club to crèches Very few volunteer or youth led Finance Total turnover in excess of £5m Average local £240K Largest Dublin Belfast Lisburn Smallest Antrim Staff Approximately Total staff 198 Mostly female Augmented by approximately 40 fulltime volunteers
    • National Council’s Purpose
            • To support existing local associations
            • To develop new local associations
            • To represent the Movement nationally and internationally
            • To co-ordinate national programmes when requested to by local associations
            • To maintain and develop policies relevant to the movement’s activities
            • To advocate for local associations with government and other national bodies
            • To support the values and promote unity within the movement