• SLA with HSE –
    • The HSE contracts the BOCSG and provides an annual funding allocation in return for agreed services under a service arrangement to individuals with an intellectual disability in Co. Galway.
    • Please follow link to National Website for further information. www.brothersofcharity.ie/

 

  • The Peter Triest Housing Association
    • The Peter Triest Housing Association was established in 1989 as an approved Housing Association under the Department of the Environment to provide housing for individuals with learning disability. The Board of Directors monitors and manages the affairs of the Peter Triest Housing Association. The current members of the Board of Directors are Ann Loughney (Chairperson), Monica Kelly, Bernie Grace, Michael Gannon, Derek Smith, Jim Dunne and Tony Collins.

 

  • Blue Teapot Theatre Company
    • In 1996 BOCSG established The Blue Teapot to provide opportunities for service users to become involved in performing arts and to become active players in Galway’s vibrant arts scene. Following a review of The Blue Teapot in 2009, it was decided that the aims and objectives of The Blue Teapot would be best advanced from within the structure generally available to practitioners in the arts and culture sector in Ireland. To this end the Blue Teapot Theatre Company was established.  Blue Teapot Theatre Company is a Not For Profit Organisation, Company Limited by Guarantee and registered in Ireland (No. 471758). It is registered with the Revenue Commissioners as a Charity (No. CHY18643) and the Charity Regulatory Authority (No. 20071912).  Blue Teapot Theatre Company is governed by a non-executive Board of Directors who offer their services on a voluntary basis and comprises of elected and co-opted Board Members.   http://blueteapot.ie/

 

  • HomeShare Galway
    • HomeShare Galway is a support service developed by the Brothers of Charity Services Galway (BOCSG) and Ability West to provide Host Families to adults and children with Intellectual Disabilities throughout Galway City and County.

 

  • Rosedale School
    • Rosedale School, established in 1998, is a partnership model of education and health care, whereby the child receives therapeutic and medical supports within their classroom as part of their normal day. This leads to a more seamless, natural and holistic approach by teachers and nurse educators working together.  The nurse educators are provided by the Brothers of Charity Services Galway and the teaching staff by the Department of Education and Skills.  http://rosedaleschool.ie/

 

  • The Association of Parents and Friends of the John Paul Centre (JPC)
    • This entity was formed in 1980 by a group of parents whose family members were in receipt of services in the John Paul Centre to raise funds and support specific projects for the benefit of service users in the John Paul Centre. Since 1980 the Association has fundraised for several houses, specialist minibuses, refurbishment of buildings and the swimming pool and for the provision of specialist equipment.

 

  • JPC Housing Association LTD.
    • This company was established as an approved housing association and through Department of Environment Grants has provided housing to support individuals living in the John Paul Centre to move to the community.

 

  • Galway Supported Employment Consortium
    • This company was established to comply with the Department of Social Protection Community Employment Scheme Grant Aid rules and regulations in providing a supported employment programme for adults with a disability.  Employees of the BOCSG hold 50% of Galway Supported Employment Consortium Ltd. share capital as nominees of the BOCSG.  Two employees in executive positions of the BOCSG are directors of the company whose directors number 6 in total.