Youth Projects & Services

HAY Project Digital Youth Hub Launches

Alan February 24, 2023

The newly expanded HAY Foróige Digital Youth Hub in Summerhill (Dublin’s north east inner city) has been launched, with increased staff levels and lots of extra services and programmes for young people! 

Junior minister at the Department of Justice, James Browne, attended the launch yesterday and said the expansion of the local wraparound service is welcome to the area.

Connect Safely Programme Launch

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Sarah November 29, 2022

Foróige are delighted to launch the new Connect Safely Programme on Thursday 8th of December!

The launch event will be held in The CHQ Building, beginning at 12pm, with a networking lunch and digital expo showcasing the ways in which young people can interact with the digital world via youth work. We'll also hear from industry experts through exciting panel discussions.


Adobe Creative Educator Award to be given to Siobhán Hennessy, coordinator at Foróige's Computer Clubhouse

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Foróige-Notinuse October 9, 2015

Foróige youth workers are absolutely passionate about creating learning opportunities for young people. We’d like to congratulations our colleague Siobhán Hennessy, coordinator at Foróige’s Computer Clubhouse in Blanchardstown, who has been selected to receive an Adobe Creative Educator Award! The Award includes multiple Creative Cloud licenses from the Adobe Foundation. Young people attending the Clubhouse will have the chance to learn how to use Creative Cloud software: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects and other Adobe programmes.

Foróige Blanchardstown World Cup takes place involving 120 young people from all over Ireland

foroigeadmin June 24, 2015

This is the third year of the Blanchardstown World Cup. The aim of the initiative is to encourage fair play and respect in sport. Each participating team represents a country and learns about its people, culture and history. This year, the countries represented are all in Eastern Europe including Poland, Estonia, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Macedonia, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania and Hungary. Fourteen teams took part from many parts of the country including Monaghan, Roscommon and Dublin, with 120 young people involved overall.