Who Are We?
Cork County Public Participation Network (PPN) is a network of community, voluntary, social inclusion and environmental organisations, working to build better communities across the county. Cork County PPN has more than 400 members and includes community-based groups, organisations, associations, clubs, societies and charities. We work to empower the community to be represented in decision making processes that impact citizens through representation on Council committees, consultation processes, policy submissions and more.
Breaking News – Election results!
After our recent call for nominations, we are delighted to welcome 3 new Secretariat members and 3 new Representatives as follows:
Ena Howell (I.C.A.)- Secretariat and JPC
Donal Kissane (Atlantic View Residents Association)- Secretariat and Housing SPC
Gerry Moore (Carrigaloe Community Association)- Secretariat
Peter Kidney (Cobh Summer Swing)- Social Inclusion, Community and Rural Development SPC
Why Join the PPN?
As a member of Cork County PPN, you will have a greater say in local government decisions which affect your community. The PPN is now the main way that local authorities connect with groups active in their area. By joining the PPN, you will kept informed of available grants and funding as well as public consultations, events, resources and supports. You will also have access to free or subsidised training throughout the year.
Benefits of Joining
The opportunity to nominate someone from your organisation to sit on a board or committee on behalf of the PPN
Access to relevant information on funding and grants coming through Cork County Council
Access to training to support you in your work
An opportunity to network with and learn from other organisations in Cork county