The main focus of Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce is marketing Balbriggan and the local economy. A public realm plan for the town has been developed by the chamber and other initiatives include the "Bridgestone Food Festival" which is held held annually. The chamber has established a full time office on Quay Street and has developed the Visitors information centre and the visitbalbriggan.ie website.
Balbriggans first tourist map has been a more recent provision by the chamber in its works of highlighting Balbriggan as the" most desirable place to live, visit and conduct business". The Balbriggan Economic Conference is another example of the chamber's committment to promoting the town.
Balbriggan cancer support group is one of Balbriggans most notable voluntary organisations. The group is run by a number of dedicated and energetic volunteers providing the greatest means of support,advise and therapy to those of us affected by cancer. The groups continued success rely's on the community for fund raising support and donations. The cancer support group's drop in centre opens Monday 10:30 / 1pm Wednesday 10:30 /1pm and Saturday 10:30 /1pm. For further information on the services provided by this group click on their dedicated page at Balbriggan.info
Balbriggan.info is a vibrant and professionaly operated community and visitor site.Updated daily, visitors to the site can enjoy the latest news and updates. Photographs of town events are captured by their 3 photographers meaning their site hosts everything relative and recent. This very informative site also has tons of information on clubs, businesses, classes, leisure, jobs, education and other organisations. If its in or happening in Balbriggan then you will find it here.
Click for their email or contact 01 8410116, Mobile 0873532872
Balbriggan Integration Forum is a voluntary body that believes in developing positive intercultural relationships by respecting and sharing the richness ,beauty and potential of all people and their respective cultures which will add sigificantly to the quality of public life in the area.The forum is non party political, non religious and avoids any unnecessary duplication of services in the area.