Corduff Community Resource Centre was constructed over the period 1986/1987 and opened its doors for use in 1988. The centre has always had a policy of an ‘Open Door’ with reasonable and negotiable rates so all groups and members of the community can avail of its services & facilities.
The aim of the Resource Centre has always been to be a resource to a community whose needs are many and varied. This had been done over the years with limited resources.
A broad range of local groups and activities make use of the facilities available in the centre and many of these groups using the centre provide a very essential and worthwhile service to the community these include; Youth Groups; Adult education; Creative Arts programme; Active Retired activities; Community Development Initiative; ‘New Communities’ groups; Support groups for those affected by addiction; Health Groups and Dublin 15 Suicide Awareness group counsellors.
Through education / youth work / services & facilities which the centre provide we feel this has had a positive contribution to our community. The centre will continue to provide Educational Programmes – which address the social issues facing the community of Corduff. The Summer Project which is a once off event in the year is co-sponsored by Fingal County Council and Dublin VEC.