• About Us

    The Association represents the business interests of its members as service providers, particularly in view of the need to combine the care ethos of the past with a commercial ethos to deal with current and emerging market forces. Through the Association, a platform of combined effort and commitment is provided to manage the change.

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  • NFPBA News

    Launch of Living in the Community Research

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    JobEnable Workshop April 17th

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    The Emerging Challenges in Agency Transformation

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    The Emerging Challenges in Agency Transformation

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The Not for Profit Members


    A society where people with disabilities are enabled to participate as equal citizens and where our member organisations are recognised as leaders in the provision of successful efficient quality services to people with disabilities.

  • Central Remedial Clinic

    The Central Remedial Clinic is a national organisation for the care, treatment and development of children and adults with physical and multiple disabilities.

  • Cheshire Ireland

    Cheshire Ireland, in partnership with the Health Services Executive, provides a range of supported accommodation, respite and other services to adults with physical disabilities.

  • Deaf Hear

    DeafHear (formerly The National Association for the Deaf) is a registered not-for-profit charity established in 1964. DeafHear works to improve the lives of Deaf and Hard of hearing persons and their families, and to support professionals and other organisations working with them.

  • Enable Ireland

    Founded in 1948, Enable Ireland provides services for over 3,000 children and adults with disabilities. We support people with disabilities and their families in 14 counties across Ireland.

  • Irish Wheelchair Association

    The Irish Wheelchair Association is a national organisation dedicated to the achievement of full social, economic and educational integration of people with physical disabilities as equal, independent and participative members of the community.

  • NCBI

    NCBI (National Council for the Blind of Ireland) is a not for profit charitable organisation working for people with sight loss. Around 5% of people using NCBI’s services are completely blind, while 95% have varying degrees of usable vision.

  • National Learning Network

    National Learning Network is Ireland’s largest non-Government training organisation.. Each year, 5,000 people come to learn and study with us in order to gain employment and to develop the skills to move forward with their careers.


Contact Info

The Not for Profit Business Association, Unit G9, Calmount Park, Ballymount, Dublin 12

Phone: +353 (0)1 4293600

Fax: +353 (0)1 4600919

E-mail: info@notforprofit.ie