|ECCLESIASTICAL - 12 DAYS OF GIVING|
Hopes for the future can be changed in under a fortnight!
For 12 days – as part of their movement for good – making £120,000 in donations to charities to help them deliver their vital work.
|How to Apply / Nominate|
Visit the Movement for Good website here to nominate a charity today.
By nominating a registered charity, not-for-profit organisations, or community interest company in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands or Isle of Man, you are entering them in for the chance to win £1,000 and potentially changing lives.
Anyone can nominate
We'll draw 10 winners at random each weekday and nominations will remain open until midnight the day before each draw. Draws will take place each weekday from 6 – 21 December 2021.
|Closing (temporarily) 20 Dec 2021||Nominate|
|EPA - EVENT SUPPORT GRANTS|
Funder Environmental Protection Agency
The EPA research programme has allocated budget to provide funding to support workshops, seminars and other events
|The Environmental Protection Agency provides funding to support science, technology, research and innovation projects through grant-aid to third level institutions, state agencies, government departments, local and regional authorities, the private sector and individuals.|
The EPA Research Programme will consider applications for the financial support of small workshops, seminars, and other events which showcase current Irish research by the organisers and EPA funded groups. Applications must meet the following criteria:
The amount of funding per event will not exceed €3,000.
Funding is not provided for large-scale events, conferences, symposiums, festivals etc.
Funding is only provided for events with a clear relevance to Irish environmental research priorities and on the condition that the events are run on a not-for-profit basis.
The event should target other researchers working in the area and the expected end-users of the research (e.g. local authorities, EPA, government departments, industry, academia, etc).
|31 December 2021||How to apply|
|THE HERITAGE COUNCIL - CAPACITY FUND 2022||The maximum amount available per organisation is €50,000. We envisage the average offers to be in the €15,000 - €30,000 range and that approximately 30 organisations will be supported by this scheme. Funding will be allocated on a competitive basis|
Not for profit, heritage-focused organisations with a demonstrated national relevance.
|11th January 2022||How to apply|
|POBAL - KICKSTART FUND||The objective of KickStart Round 3 is to “Support and encourage new and existing social enterprises to create meaningful jobs for people with criminal convictions, as a stepping stone to mainstream employment” (Working to Change Strategic Area 1: Social Enterprise employment options).||12 January 2022 @3pm||More details|
|THE ARTS COUNCIL - TOURING AND DISSEMINATION OF WORK SCHEME||Applications are invited for proposals seeking funding to support touring and dissemination of work across a range of artforms and art practices. This scheme is designed to support the touring and dissemination of work starting between July 2022 and December 2022.||13 January 2022 @5.30pm||For details of this and other Arts Council Funding|
|POBAL: COMMUNITY CLIMATE ACTION PROGRAMME FUNDING (STRAND 2)||This programme funding is open to organisations operating at a National or Regional level e.g. not for profit organisations, non-government organisations, universities, third level institutions, community and voluntary organisations, social enterprises and libraries. Partnerships/Consortiums are encouraged to apply.||14 January, 2022 at 3pm||Full details|
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