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Young Social Innovators seeking new Dublin premises

The charity that teaches teenagers business skills needs a new home

30th October, 2016
The Young Social Innovators charity has taught 120,000 teenagers about business skills

Landlords unsure what to do with a vacant property in central Dublin might be interested to know that the Young Social Innovators charity is looking for a new premises of between 465 to 650 square metres in the coming months.

Set up 15 years ago by Rachel Colliers and Sr Stanislaus Kennedy, the successful organisation has taught some 120,000 teenagers about social innovation and business skills. More than 15,000 teenagers participate in its programmes nationwide every year.

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