In order to carry out its Mission, CLAY has set itself three broad Strategic Goals:
To facilitate young people to develop their life skills, realise their potential and play a purposeful role in the project, their communities and society.
To actively engage with stakeholders, partners and the community to facilitate CLAY in its work with young people and the community.
To build, develop and sustain the resources, capacities and capabilities of CLAY in order to progress as an innovative and responsive youth service.
We deliver high quality youth-work and offer a series of activities to all young people in the Lower Crumlin community, including:
Whether you want to help, fundraise for us, make a donation or get involved in one of our campaigns, there are many ways you can help.
Remember that whatever way you choose to get involved, your help is invaluable in making a difference to the lives of young people in the Crumlin community, and potentially change their future for the better. Whether you have a few hours to spare or would like to make a more long-term commitment, there are many ways you can get involved and help change someone’s life.
If you would like to become involved helping to change the lives of people in need, start by contacting us.
Why not have the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life? We look forward to hearing from you!
CLAY is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.
CLAY has two main sources of funding. CLAY’s Youth Work Project is funded by The Department of Children and Youth Affairs through City of Dublin Youth Service Board.
CLAY’s Garda Youth Diversion Project is funded by The Department of Justice through the Irish Justice Youth Service.
CLAY supports young people in the development of their personal and social skills, their sense of belonging and ownership through active participation at all levels within the project and the community