This is an interesting survey that tracks public opinion in relation to the wearing of Face Coverings, Social Distancing and Emotional Well-being. Download Survey – 3 August 2020 here. To see earlier surveys they can be downloaded here.
Day services will be starting back in August 2020. The HSE have developed a framework for the resumption of adult day services to support this. To ensure the safety of people who use these services and staff, service providers must follow public
106 towns and villages to benefit immediately from €2.8 million in funding. Funding to help communities to shop, socialise and work safely in light of Covid-19 Pandemic July Stimulus Package includes additional €10m for towns and villages, €5 million for
Following on from the incredible success of RTE Does Comic Relief – which 1.4 million people tuned into and helped raise almost €6 million – The Community Foundation for Ireland invites you to join a webinar which will focus on
Equality Fund 2020 – 2023, a €3 million Fund supported by the Peter Kinney and Lisa Sandquist Foundation and the Government of Ireland, is open for applications. This Fund has three strands: Empowering Women Strengthening Communities Building Equality Together Rethink
This scheme provides funding to Local Community Groups, Voluntary Groups and Sporting Organisations to deliver actions which are in line with the Mental Health Theme of Healthy Ireland Round 3. The following provides a non-exhaustive list of indicative actions that could receive funding under the programme
Open for submissions from 23 July 2020 Submissions deadline 11 September 2020 On 23 July 2020 the Minister announced the launch of an online consultation on the review of the Child Care Act 1991. This consultation, which runs to 11 September, invites
Consultation closes 20 August 2020 In line with the requirements of the National Cycle Manual and the Design Manual for Urban Roads and Streets, the main works to be carried out as part of the proposed scheme include the following:
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Local Community Development Committee is pleased to announce that grant applications are being invited under the national Community Enhancement Programme (CEP) 2020. This scheme with a total budget of €2m was announced by the Minister for Rural and
Creative Ireland Programme is guided by a vision that every person in Ireland will have the opportunity to realise their full creative potential. It is an all-of-government initiative, from 2017 to 2022, to place creativity at the centre of public policy.