Eligible areas in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown are Tibradden and Glencullen. For more information visit http://dublinruralleader.ie/overview-area/
Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has received a small amount of funding from Fáilte Ireland to support a number of regional festivals and participative events in 2018. This grant scheme is aimed at supporting the development of festivals and participative events
The Engage & Educate Fund is open to projects that empower people through education to achieve their full potential and to contribute to their community. The objective of the fund is to find and back innovative projects that empower people
The Story of Your Stuff is all about thinking about where your stuff comes from and becoming more aware of the the life cycle of products and the transformations they go through along the way. How you tell the Story
The Resilient Communities Fund will provide critical supports to projects focused on making communities across Ireland safer, healthier, and more vibrant places to live
The United Nations Democracy Fund invites civil society organisations to submit proposals for funding for projects to advance and support democracy.
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.