No Name Club CLG is seeking an operations manager. This is a full-time post for a contract period of 3 years, with 6 months’ probationary period and an annual review. The position is subject to funding being available. A high level of flexibility regarding working hours will be required. The key task of the Operations […]
The 37th Annual No Name! Club National Youth Awards took place in the Killeshin Hotel, Portlaoise on Saturday 28th May. Congratulations to the 2022 Host and Hostess of the year Elbhíra Jordan from Claremorris No Name! Club and Colm Kelly from Headford No Name! Club. In interviews on and off-stage, all six finalists spoke of […]
We received fantastic news in Naas No Name! Club this week. Eoin Ryan, Deputy Chairperson of Naas No Name! Club, let us know that Naas Chairperson Caroline O’Connor will receive an award and letter from the Taoiseach on Thursday 19th May, to commend her outstanding work with, and for, young people throughout the pandemic. Caroline’s […]
Tell us about your Volunteers here Volunteers are at what makes the No Name! Club happens across the country. We are so grateful for their selfless dedication to our young people and the No Name! Club and the time that they take out of their weeks to be there for the development of young people. […]
Have a look at what No Name! Clubs around the county have been up to! Crossmolina had a movie night in their newly-refurbished club house, as well as an evening meal to celebrate the participation of its members. Headford had a great day out in Astrobay and Kilkenny took a trip to Lilliput Adventure Centre
Have a look at what clubs have been up to this month, as we emerge from Covid restrictions. Some highlights include painting the clubhouse over in Crossmolina and the re-opening of Claremorris club! Gary Cunningham spoke with Naas and Kilkenny Clubs in an interactive and exciting workshop to finish out the month.
Clubs have been hearing from Caroline with EISHT in workshops on mental health literacy, self esteem, confidence and emotional intelligence. Thank you to Caroline for providing these sessions for our young people and volunteers. You can learn more about EISHT here.
Well done to all of our volunteers across Ireland who qualified as Mental Health First Aiders over the past few weeks!14 amazing volunteers from across No Name Club have given up their last four Tuesday nights to qualify as Youth Mental Health First Aiders 🎓 Incredible individuals who support young people in their clubs and communities ❤️ Teachers, […]
We are so proud of the young people in Headford who raised a massive €2100 for Ronald McDonald House Charities doing our awake-a-thon on Saturday. Headford club hosted an Awake-a-thon on the 26th of March in aid of Ronald McDonald House Charities. The club have been raising money for this charity since it began and […]
It appears that we have reached the point where we can resume normal club activity as we know it ! · Following advice from NPHET, the government lifted the legal requirement to wear a face mask on February 28th 2022. From 28 February, the specific protective measures in schools such as staggered breaks and mask wearing will […]