The Cork Deaf Association (CDA), which is a charity part-funded by the Health Service Executive, aims to support and empower the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communities in Cork city and county. The CDA is located on 5 MacCurtain Street, Cork City; less than ten minutes walk from both the main Cork train station and bus station. Some history on how we got here….
We are a company limited by guarantee (registration number 90914) and a registered charity (CHY8119). Our Registered Charity Number is 20019501.
We are fully compliant with the Charities Regulator Governance Code.
Our Mission Statement
The Cork Deaf Association is committed to the empowerment of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Cork city and county through the provision of information, advocacy and support services. We aim to achieve a more inclusive society, where Deaf and Hard of Hearing people enjoy equality of opportunity, independence and full citizenship.
An inclusive society where Deaf and Hard of Hearing people have equality of opportunity and full citizenship.
Cork Deaf Association aims to be:
Empowering – Person and Family Centred – Non judgmental – Transparent
Accountable – Supportive – Confidential – Respectful – Inclusive – Professional
Our Strategic Plan 2023 -2028
Includes 6 core aims:
- Advocacy & Communications
- Financial Sustainability
- Collaboration, Support & Education
- Advice & Support Services
Board Of Directors
Our Board Of Directors is as follows:
Marian Healy (Chairperson)
Tom O’ Brien (Vice Chairperson)
Triona Fitzgerald (Company Secretary)
Tadgh Quill-Manley (Treasurer)
GET IN TOUCH
The Cork Deaf Association is located only ten minutes walk from Cork City’s central train and bus stations. See map.