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Local Enterprise Office Trading Online Voucher Scheme 2020

To support small Irish businesses to enhance their online trading presence, Trading Online Vouchers to the value of €2,500 (up to a maximum of 50% of the total cost) are now available to Cork Businesses through a programme under the Government’s National Digital Strategy and delivered through the Local Enterprise Offices. With the trend ever increasing towards online …

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Age Action and Irish Red Cross COVID-19 Hardship Fund

Helping Older People who are Most In-Need   What: Age Action has launched a COVID-19 Hardship Fund in conjunction with the Irish Red Cross to respond to the immediate needs of older people in vulnerable situations across Ireland experiencing additional hardship as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis.      Why: Age Action and the Irish Red …

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Cork County Council Age Friendly Towns Funding 2020-2021

Cork County Council, through its Age Friendly County Programme is now accepting applications for funding from groups interested in developing AgeFriendly initiatives in their town. Kinsale, Bandon, Cobh and Mitchelstown have succeeded in securing this funding in the past and continue to work with the council’s AgeFriendly County Programme to build on their achievements. This …

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NORTH CORK: €50,000 Castlepook Wind Farm Community Fund open for applications

Castlepook Power DAC, a wholly owned subsidiary of ESB, is pleased to announce the next round of funding for communities located near the Castlepook Wind farm. The site is adjacent to the Coillte Ballyhoura Forest in Co Cork. The fund, which is valued at over €50,000 per annum, is open for applications until Friday, 28th …

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GLAS Grants for Traditional Farms

The Heritage Council, in partnership with the Dept. of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, have opened the 2020 GLAS Traditional Farm Buildings grant scheme, open to GLAS participants only, for applications for the conservation and repair of traditional farm buildings and related structures for farmers.  Deadline for completed applications (hard copy only) is 5pm Tuesday 18th February.   …

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Cork County Council Community Fund Scheme 2020

Cork County Council is committed to supporting local communities with financial assistance available through the Municipal District Community Fund Scheme which is administered by the County Council’s 8 Municipal Districts. Guidelines are available here. The scheme is open for applications on Monday January 6th 2020 on YourCouncil. Applications will close at 4pm, Friday 14th February. Applications are open to the following …

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Avondhu Blackwater Partnership Announce Funding Boost for Social Enterprises in North Cork

  Avondhu Blackwater Partnership are inviting applications from local social enterprises for the Small Capital Grants Scheme, announced this week by Mr Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development , The scheme will provide grants of between €2,000 and €15,000 for equipment, repairs or refurbishments which will enable social enterprises to improve their service. The scheme …

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Go for Life Grants Scheme

The Go for Life Grant Scheme offers financial supports – provided by Sport Ireland – to local clubs, groups and organisations nationwide who promote increased participation in recreational sport or physical activity for older people. This national grant scheme aims to assist in the implementation of locally-developed, well-planned activity and sport initiatives. In particular, the …

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