Presentation Ireland Ministries
Presentation Ireland was established by the Presentation Sisters to work for a more compassionate, just and sustainable world. Its main areas of work are: learning innovation, social inclusion, human rights, ecology and spirituality. It aims to work with people in innovative and inclusive ways and seek to develop new approaches to learning and to create awareness of human rights, sustainable living and the search for spirituality. Presentation Ireland is inspired by the people it works with, by their energy, creativity and enthusiasm. Working together, it helps people to have a say and to design responses to unmet needs in our society. Presentation Ireland tries to use the learning from our work to influence and change public policy to promote inclusion and fairness.

South West Province
A number of Sisters in the South West Province are employed in pastoral and parish services: family centre co-ordinator, public health nursing as well as diocesan school advisors. Retired Sisters in the Province also work on a voluntary basis with many local community organisations and bring considerable skill and experience to these roles. Local involvement spans a large variety of areas of parish support: prayer and faith formation groups; church liturgy; counselling and spiritual direction as well as involvement with specific groups who support those who are poor, suffering from addictions, the homeless as well as youth support.