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Cork Bike Week 2019 – Club & Community Event Applications

Cork Bike Week will take place from Saturday 22nd June until Sunday 30th June 2019. With events taking place throughout Cork City and County during the week long cycling celebration, this year promises to be the biggest and best yet with an ever increasing diverse range of cycling activities for people of all ages and abilities to take part …

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Community Enhancement Programme 2019

Cork County Council is currently inviting applications from Community and Voluntary groups under the Community Enhancement Programme 2019. The scheme is an opportunity for community groups to access funding for capital projects to enhance facilities in disadvantaged areas or in order to kick-start, advance or complete their projects. The administrative boundary of Cork City Council …

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Minister Ring announces €2m funding with the support of the Dormant Accounts Fund

Michael Ring, T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development, today (18th July 2018) announced a call for applications from social enterprises for funding under the Social Enterprise measure which has €2m in funding available through the support of the Dormant Accounts Fund. The aim of the Social Enterprise measure, which is overseen by the Department of …

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Coca-Cola Thank You Fund Applications Close Mid-July

Launched seven years ago the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund has so far donated €855K to 70 non-profit organisations across Ireland. Official partners include the Irish Youth Foundation and YouthAction Northern Ireland. The Coca-Cola Thank You Fund will award a total of €100,000 to youth-oriented non-profit organisations in 2018. Grants will be awarded ranging from anywhere from €5,000 to €30,000. This …

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Community Enhancement Programme Accepting Applications for Capital Funding

The Community Enhancement Programme (CEP), which is funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development, will provide €4.5 million of grant funding in 2018 towards enhancing the facilities available to communities. The CEP programme replaces and builds on two existing schemes (Communities Facilities Scheme and RAPID). Combining the schemes will make for a more …

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HSE National Lottery Grants 2018

HSE National Lottery Grants 2018 The HSE has been allocated National Lottery Funding for distribution to community based groups and voluntary organisations under the Respite Care Grant Scheme and the National Lottery Grant Scheme. Groups and organisations involved in the provision of Health and Personal Social Services can apply for once off funding of between €500 and €10,000 …

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€5 million CLÁR Programme will help improve quality of life in disadvantaged rural communities

The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, today (Thursday) announced details of the CLÁR programme for 2018. CLÁR provides funding for small scale capital projects in rural areas that have experienced significant levels of depopulation. The programme, which has a budget of €5 million this year, forms part of the Government’s Action …

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Social Enterprise Development Fund Roadshow, Cork

Social Innovation Fund Ireland (SIFI), in partnership with Cork City Council, invite you to a Social Enterprise Development (SED) Fund Roadshow. Join us for a discussion around the challenges and opportunities facing social enterprises in Ireland, and learn how to apply for our €1.6m SED Fund and Accelerator Programme. KEYNOTE SPEAKER: John Kearney, Founder and …

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