Since 1980, the General Synod Priorities Fund (generally known as the Priorities Fund) has supported projects within the Church of Ireland. Every parish is asked to contribute to the Fund and the amount raised is allocated to the following categories: Training –
The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund is a significant philanthropic endowment established to provide targeted grants to individual species conservation initiatives. Grants will be awarded based on their ability to meet criteria pre-determined by the Species Fund, and are for
The Awards are granted annually to identify and promote best practices in the conservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, to stimulate the trans-frontier exchanges of knowledge and experience throughout Europe, to enhance public awareness and appreciation of Europe’s cultural
Talks from AsIAm and Prism on Autism Awareness and acceptance and inclusion in our community. Wednesday 10th October, 7.30pm County Hall, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, as part of the Festival of Inclusion.
Southside Travellers invites you to this year’s Festival of Inclusion event, “Travellers standing at a crossroads”. Well known presenter Vincent Browne alongside Traveller activists and leaders will lead you in a jam packed afternoon of discussions ranging from mental health
Festival of Inclusion 2018 “Our Cultural Heritage: Where the Past Meets the Future” is a week of events promoting and celebrating the activities of community groups and volunteers in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, the festival will be running form the 5th –
Foróige – national youth organisation – supports programmes of education and development for young people aged 10-18 yr olds across Ireland. Presently, Foróige have a number of volunteer led clubs for young people in the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown area: Dalkey
Applications for funding under this scheme should only be made by Parent & Toddler Groups that are organised on a not for profit basis and involve the participation of parents in the community. Grants will normally range from €100 to
Open House Dublin (OHD) 2018 will soon arrive in the city! The theme of this year’s curated programme is ‘Tomorrow’s Past: Discover Our Future Heritage’, taking place from the 12-14th of October. Heritage is our traditions, preoccupations and values made
Museum of Childhood project Ireland Event Day 2018 will be on Sat 25th August Dun Laoghaire There will be a number of events taking place including a Conference on vulnerable Children and Childhoods History, Childhood books display at the Lexicon.