Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council will be running information sessions for groups interested in applying for DLRCC’s Community Grants. Round 2 of the DLRCC Grant Scheme is now open for applications and the scheme includes a range of Community Grants. Assembly Hall, Town
Round 2 of the 2017 dlr Grant Scheme is now open for applications. The purpose of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to individuals, groups and organisations engaged in projects, events or developments for the community and business
The Community Foundation for Ireland’s ongoing grants strategy, now named “Social Change Grants” has been confirmed for 2017. The Social Change grants have three categories, all currently open for applications. The Older Person’s Fund – deadline 4.30pm, Thurday 23rd of March
The 4 Dublin Public Participation Networks – Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, South Dublin County, Dublin City and Fingal – are working together to develop a submission on behalf of PPN Members across the county, to make a case for the future development of the city we live in. To do this we are asking our members to complete an online survey.
The Heritage Council is offering the following grant schemes in 2017 Community Heritage Grants Scheme 129kb pdf Grant Scheme for Museum Standards Programme of Ireland Participants (MSPI) 115kb pdf Thatch Conservation Grant Scheme 109kb pdf Source: Projects offered funding by the
The Engage and Educate Fund is an initiative from Social Innovation Fund Ireland with support from Mason Hayes & Curran & the Irish Government. The Engage and Educate Fund is open to projects that empower people through education, to achieve
This funding guide, created by the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) is a basic introduction to funding opportunities for regional and local authorities, NGOs, businesses, professionals and citizens. Its objective is to list the most important EU funds in a simple