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INKEx Launches Report On Irish Nonprofits, Ceases Trading

Irish Nonprofits: What Do We Know?, launched on Monday, 6 February by INKEx (Irish Nonprofits Knowledge Exchange) is a report derived from the first-ever and only regulatory database

Cuts for Non-profits Will Affect the Most Vulnerable

The imminent retirement of up to 8,000 people from a sector numbering some 300,000 has attracted

Goal Chairman Defends Spending Controls

Overseas aid charity Goal is working with the Department of Foreign Affairs to ensure adequate and transparent corporate governance structures will be in place in 12 months, its chairman has said.<

VAT Mistakenly Charged on Mobile Text Donations

Charitable donations made via text message are inccorectly being charged VAT, it has been revealed.

The Ireland Funds' 2012 Small Grants Opens for Applications

Applications are now being sought for The Ireland Funds 2012 Grant Round. 

Application Deadline Looms...

Applications for the Community Outreach Digital Switchover Programme closes tomorrow at 5pm - so now is the time to finalize your applicaton and submit.

Ray Murphy Bursary Accepting Applications

The Bursary was launched by Clann Credo - the Social Investment Fund and Philanthropy Ireland in 2010 to encourage postgraduate research into philanthropy, social finance and related areas.

'Promising Ireland' Campaign Draws on Global Network of Philanthropists

North American supporters of Irish charity projects have assembled in New York to commit to raising funds for good causes in Ireland and the Irish diaspora.
 
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Just Over a Week Until 'Digital Switchover Programme' Closes to Applications

The aim of the Community Outreach Digital Switchover Programme - which closes to applications on 31 Jan, 2012 @ 5pm - is to assist peopleDigital Switch

Artist in the Community Scheme Opens for Applications

Twice yearly, the Arts Council offers grants to enable artists and communities of place/or interest to work together on contemporary collaborative arts projects.

The aim of the scheme is to encourage meaningful collaboration between communities of place and/or interest and artists.

 

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