Jah-Jireh homes are established and run wholly and solely to give accommodation and care to those members of the community of Jehovah’s Witnesses who are in need of residential home care at a time in their life when the assistance of others is necessary to adequately care for their individual needs. The aim is to see that those needs needs are cared for in a loving spiritual environment.
Jah-Jireh Charity Homes Ireland Limited is a registered charity and is run on a not–for–profit basis*. Its objective is to allow Jehovah's Witnesses in Ireland to fulfil the objective set out above.
However, we are not part of the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society of Ireland.
* 'Not-for-profit basis' means, while the charity is run on a commercial basis, any profit resulting from activities is re-invested in the charity and not paid to directors or shareholders.
TRACK GLENAROUSK PLANNING PERMISSION APPLICATION
You may track the progress of the Jah-Jireh request for Planning Permission of the Glenarousk project by going to Cork Co. Council website and select the Planning Permission section of the site. Our PP number is 135490.
Please get in contact with us if you have any questions or concerns.
Jah–Jireh Charity Homes Ireland Limited,
Republic of Ireland
Tel: +353 (0)87 2351298
Or, if you prefer email,
our address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our charity registration number is: CHY17002
If you, or you on behalf of a family member, would like to express an interest in becoming a resident in a Jah–Jireh home in Ireland (subject to one opening at a future date) please, using the above details, contact us for further information.
If you have nursing or other experience of working in a care home setting and you would like to express an interest in employment in a Jah-Jireh home in Ireland (subject to one opening at a future date) please, using the above details, contact us for further information or, in strictest confidence, submit your C.V. which we will file for reference when filling future vacancies.
David Billings, Alan Gapper, Matthew Hindmoor (U.K.), John Keers, George McCaffrey, Todd O'Donovan, Richard Parker.