Age Action
As part of our fight against digital exclusion, Age Action's Getting Started Computer Training programme delivers free training on computers, tablets and smartphones to people over the age of 55.Since 2006 Age Action has trained more than 32,000 older people in 14 counties with the assistance of thousands of volunteer tutors.

The training takes place in small groups and runs in libraries, community centres, schools, colleges, family resource centres, corporate offices, and housing complexes for older people.

Funding has come from a variety of sources such as government grants, corporate donations and grants, public donations, charitable foundations and Dublin City Council

I volunteer every Friday and give one to one support in the use of technology to older adults in Cork.

An Óige

The Cork group was set up in 1953 and meets for cycles on a voluntary basis. During the Summer months, long and short Thursday night cycles start from the Cork Opera House. Saturday morning cycles are organized all year around. There is no charge and cyclists who come along are expected to obey the rules of the road and must take full responsibility for their own safety and that of other road users. There are weekends away every month except January and February. If anyone over the age of 18 wishes to come along you are more than welcome to join us.

I am a member of the committee and I volunteer documenting outings, helping with social media, as well as the redesign and update of the group's website.

Non Fiction Writers' Group

The Cork Non-Fiction Writers Group started in June of 2008 and it's a group where fellow writers share their work and also offer feedback to each other.

We meet at the Cork City Central Library on Grand Parade on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. No membership fee! Just call in, listen, join in. You will be very welcome.

I am a member of the group and I volunteer helping them redesign and update their blog.