Congratulations to the Health & Wellbeing category finalists:

ChildVision - Dublin

ChildVision is a unique service for young people with sight loss and complex needs. They enable young people with multiple disabilities to go beyond their diagnosis through Equine Assisted Occupational Therapy. With National Lottery Good Causes Funding, ChildVision enabled children and young people who are Multi-Disabled Visually Impaired to gain mobility, and with that better physical and mental health, through the purchase of a zero gravity treadmill with infra-red heat. For the families and wider community, this equipment has served as a life-changing aspect of their physical and mental health and wellbeing. 

Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland - Dublin

Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland is a national representative organisation that raises awareness of this physical and neurological condition. They provide clinical assessments, follow on support services, a helpline service, counselling services and online and in person activities for young people and adults across Ireland.

Meath Women's Refuge & Support Services - Meath

Meath Women's Refuge & Support Services assists women affected by domestic violence and abuse across Co. Meath and the northeast region. Their mission is to empower women and children who experience domestic violence and abuse on their journey towards safety, wellbeing and recovery.

The Crann Centre - Cork

The Crann Centre provide life-long, life changing solutions for people living with neuro-physical disabilities. Their 2 Generation Model of care uniquely supports both the person with neuro-physical disability and their family throughout all stages of life. Funding from the National Lottery enabled them to run Sibshops, which are powerful, effective and fun workshops for brothers and sisters of children with neuro-physical disability.

Wicklow Rapid Response - Wicklow

Wicklow Rapid Response work in partnership with the existing Emergency Services and provide a high level of pre-hospital critical care. WWRR is called simultaneously with the state emergency services when a serious accident occurs.