Limerick Regeneration Framework Implementation Plan: Social Intervention Fund 2022

Limerick City and County Council will operate a grant scheme, known as the Social Intervention Fund 2022, for local social, economic and community development projects under the Limerick Regeneration Framework Implementation Plan. The Social Intervention Fund targets regeneration areas in the city, namely Moyross, Southill, St. Mary’s Park and Ballinacurra Weston, and supports projects that focus on social inclusion in the areas listed.

Funding from the Social Intervention Fund is additional to mainstream funding for such projects under existing statutory programmes.

Limerick City and County Council invites applications for consideration of support under the Social Intervention Fund 2022. Projects must be clearly linked to the objectives set out under the social pillar of the Limerick Regeneration Framework Implementation Plan.

All applicants must complete the official Application Form.

All organisations receiving grants will be required to maintain detailed financial and statistical records on the operation of the project and provide evidence of delivery of all proposed project outputs and outcomes to Limerick City and County Council. The application form and outcome reports will be set-out to allow ease of reporting on planned objectives and actual outcomes. Organisations are required to give full effect to the project as agreed with Limerick City and County Council in a Service Level Agreement where all conditions listed must be complied with. All projects will be subject to a post payments evaluation procedure.

Application forms and guidelines are available from: 

Ann-Marie Bermingham
Limerick City and County Council
Phone: +353 61 557572

Closing date for the submission of completed applications is 4pm, Thursday 16th December 2021.

Please note that the Social Intervention Fund Grant process is specifically linked to Limerick Regeneration Programme and is scheduled to conclude in 2023.

This service is provided by


Phone +353 61 556000