The autumn grant programme will fund community and voluntary organisations across the island of Ireland which are registered charities. Traveller Men Funding for locally-based projects seeking to increase the participation of male Travellers in the development of their own community,
Charities working in the areas of suicide prevention, homelessness and education access and support can apply to the Fund for project specific funding.
The International Charity Bazaar (ICB) is the Diplomatic Corps in Ireland’s fundraising organisation, supporting a number of Irish registered charities each year. Over 50 Embassies in Dublin help raise money through a flagship event, an annual Charity Bazaar, and a
The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission have issued a call for proposals under the Human Rights and Equality Grant Scheme 2017.
The submissions process on “How the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change” is now open. The closing date for submissions on the topic is Friday 11th of August. Members of the public, representative groups and citizen
Rebuilding Ireland, the Government’s Action Plan on Housing and Homelessness, was published just over a year ago on 19 July 2016 with the aim to increase and accelerate housing delivery across all tenures to help individuals and families meet their
The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform are preparing a new framework to improve and develop our Public Services. They are proposing 20 actions to implement across the Public Service by 2020 and want to hear your views. The Public Service
Edited 24/07/2017 by Laura Howe Nominations are sought for a vacancy on the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) for a representative of the Social Inclusion pillar of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Public Participation Network (PPN). PPN member groups from the Social
Applications are now being invited from groups or organisations in relation to the Funding Initiative for the United Nations International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on 17th October 2017. Since 1992, 17th October has been recognised by the United Nations as
The pillars of the Foundation are: Homelessness, Health & Wellbeing, Employability and Education and within these the Foundation has been set up to particularly help with initiatives that develop and improve local communities by: Tackling a specific community issue; Helping