The Cork GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee aims to ensure that the health and wellbeing of members, clubs, and communities is at the core of all GAA activity. This is achieved by providing all units and members of the Association with access to appropriate support and information and enabling them to
We ensure best practice through the development of appropriate structures and policies to support all units and members of the GAA. Planning ensures best practice through the development of appropriate structures and policies to support all units and members of the GAA. They are what underpin all of our work.
Partners are those people, whose values reflect those of the Association, allowing the achievement of mutual goals. Partners will frequently afford us the opportunity to operate within on of the other four building blocks and they can can be internal, other sections of the Association for example, or external, charities, government and statutory bodies or other NGO’s or voluntary organisations..
Activity covers all of the initiatives that are designed specifically to respond to the health and wellbeing needs of the GAA Membership. Often, activity will rely upon the support of our partners, and in some cases will be delivered entirely by our partners, but this is the point of our building blocks – they are not as effective on their own as they are when implemented in conjunction with one or more additional building block..
The Club is where all other building blocks can come together to foster an inclusive and respectful culture and environment that promotes health throughout the lifelong participation of our members..