Hundreds of SIPTU members in the community and care sector will take strike action over the next three days (Wednesday, 21st to Friday, 22nd September) in more than 20 organisations in counties Cork, Kerry, Galway, Mayo and Donegal. Pickets and protests as part of the Valuing Care, Valuing Community campaign will take place in the following locations: Wednesday, 21st September  St. Josephs Foundation Baker’s Road, Charleville, county Cork P56 KD26. Irish Wheelchair Association Cork Oak House, Bessboro Road, Blackrock, Cork Cork EmployAbility 33 Penrose Wharf, Cork   Thursday, 22nd September Ability West The Glebe Resource Centre, Tuam, county Galway  Blackrock House, Dun Na Carraige, Galway, H91 R254.  Western Care Belmullet Training Centre, Fr. Mulhern Cresent, Belmullet, county Mayo The Bridge Hub, Ballina, county Mayo, F26 K3K0 John Moore Road, Curragh, Castlebar, county Mayo, F23 H726 Community Employment Schemes in Donegal  March in Letterkenny, county Donegal  The march will leave from outside the SIPTU office on Port Road, Gortlee, at 12.00 noon and conclude with a rally outside the Intreo Centre on High Road, Letterkenny, county Donegal.  SIPTU members from the following organistions will be taking part in this march; Letterkenny Community Development Project, Ballybofey and Stranorlar Chamber of Commerce, RCEP Remelton Community Employment Programme, Donegal Local Development Company CLG, Letterkenny Together CES CLG, St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre, An Grianan Theatre, Congress Resource Centre CLG, Donegal Youth Services LTD, Falcaragh Community Employment, Inishowen Development Partnership, Milford and Kerrykeel CE Scheme and Rathmullan Enterprise Group LTD.   Friday, 23rd September Enable Ireland Lavanagh Centre, Curraheen, Carrigrohane, county Cork, Eircode T12 D768 Enable Ireland Adult Training Centre, Edwards Street, Cloonalour, Tralee, county Kerry Eircode V92 XRF8