Grants And Funding
Limerick City and County Council have confirmed that 33 events have been allocated funding under the Community Tourism Initiative for the Diaspora for 2016. The initiative, launched in 2014, builds on the community involvement legacy of The Gathering 2013 and is a joint partnership betw
Applications are now open for the the Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund 2018. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 20th June 2018.
The 2017 Scheme provided small-scale capital grants of maximum €1,000 to help grass roots community projects get underway or take the next step towards completion.
The Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2018 was launched by the Minister for Rural and Community Development, Minister, Michael Ring, TD on 27th April 2018.
Applications for funding under the 2017 RAPID Programme were received from the 4 eligible RAPID areas of Ballynanty and Kileely; Kings Island-Custom House; Southside and Rathkeale.
Funding of €1.6 million is being made available through the Social Enterprise Development Fund which will be delivered over two years 2018 – 2020.
CLÁR (Ceantair Laga Árd-Riachtanais) is a targeted investment programme for rural areas that aims to provide funding for small infrastructural projects in areas that experience disadvantage.
A new programme has been launched by the Department of Rural and Community Development. The Community Enhancement Programme will fund projects that seek to enhance facilities and communities in disadvantaged areas as identified in the Local Economic & Community Plan.
On 27 July 2018 the Minister for Rural and Community Development announced the provision of €500,000 funding for Men’s Sheds in Ireland.
Minister Ring announces new €1.5 million measure to support rural voluntary groups which transport people for medical services.