NEWS IN PHOTOS: Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work wants to make Cork the “Inclusive Capital of Ireland

28 March 2019
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

News in photos
Rowan Gill, David O’Connell and Gerard Whealey who are supported by the Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work at the launch of Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme in Republic of Work to make Cork the ‘Inclusive Capital of Ireland’. Ability@Work is a dedicated supported employment service for young people with intellectual disabilities aged 18-29. The Ability@Work team are working to connect 60 people with a disability to employers across Cork city and county. Visit cope-foundation/AbilityWork to find out more.
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Ken Kiely, Amy Begley and Gerard Whealey who are supported by Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme with Jonathan Healy at the launch of Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme in Republic of Work to make Cork the ‘Inclusive Capital of Ireland’. 
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President of Cork Chamber Bill O’Connell and Aoife Dunne, Training Network Manager
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Ability@Work Team Daragh Forde, Lynn Shannon, Noelle Twohig and Marian Hennessy at the launch of Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme in Republic of Work to make Cork the ‘Inclusive Capital of Ireland’. 
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Sean Abbott, CEO Cope Foundation, Jonathan Healy, Healy Communications, President of CIT Dr Barry O’Connor and President of Cork Chamber Bill O’Connell at the launch of Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme in Republic of Work to make Cork the ‘Inclusive Capital of Ireland’. 
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Derval McDonagh, Cope Foundation and Sean Abbott, Chief Executive of Cope Foundation
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Mary Good and Carmel Duggan, PepsiCo at the launc
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Amy Begley who is supported by Cope FoundationÕs Ability@Work programme working in Lidl.
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Stephen O’Leary and Amy Begley who are supported by Cope FoundationÕs Ability@Work programme working in Lidl.
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Amy Begley who is supported by Cope FoundationÕs Ability@Work programme working in Lidl.
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Jamie Knoblauch, Claire O’Regan, Sarah O’Donnell and Caitriona Erdpohl, VMWare at the launch of Cope Foundation’s Ability@Work programme in Republic of Work to make Cork the ‘Inclusive Capital of Ireland’. 
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Aidan Duke, Duke’s Coffee and Rob Horgan, Cafe Velo
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