Croom Family Resource Centre

Croom Family Resource Centre
Croom Family Resource Centre CLG
High Street
V35 F990
Co Limerick
Co Limerick

Not-For-Profit Information

Croom Family Resource Centre (CFRC) was originally established in 2007 and currently operates from The Scout Den, High Street Croom. Croom Family Resource Centre, is rooted in the local community and all work is underpinned by community development principles and practices. A key feature of Croom Family Resource Centre’s work is the involvement of local people in identifying needs and developing needs-led responses. 

Croom Family Resource Centers objective is to combat disadvantage and to strengthen and empower individual, children, families and  communities living in the community. Croom Family Resource Centre provides services and supports for the whole life course.

CFRC is run by a Voluntary Board of Management. 

Croom FRC is part of the Family Resource Centre Programme which is a national programme core funded by Tusla – The Child and Family Agency.

Number of paid employees: 
1-5 employees
Current board size: 
3
Annual turnover: 
€250,000 - €500,000
Not-for-Profit focus: 
Advocacy, Business and Enterprise Development, Children and Families, Community Welfare & Social Services, Education, Training & Research, Governance, Local Community Development, Mental Health, Support and Counselling, Youth

Office Address

Croom Family Resource Centre CLG
High Street
V35 F990
Co Limerick
Co Limerick