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The School for Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Now Open

Social Enterprise Ireland (SEI) has announced that two people closely linked to SEI, Lynda Stopford (former Director of Wave Change) and Colman Farrell (former CEO of Suas Educational Developm

Communicating Europe Initiative 2014 Now Inviting Applications

Minister for European Affairs, Paschal Donohoe, has today (14 February) invited voluntary organisations, educational bodies, and civil society groups to apply for funding under the Department of

€100,000 Mobilised for Emergency Flood Relief Fund

The Community Foundation for Ireland, one of the country’s leading philanthropic organisations, is responding to the flooding that is devastating communities across Ireland by launching an Emergenc

Social Enterprise Directory Launched

The Irish Social Enterprise Network (ISEN) are pleased to announce the launch of its online Social Enterprise Directory, which it hopes will become the definitive listing of social en

ICB Now Inviting Applications for 2014 Fund

Applications for funding from the International Charity Bazaar (ICB) are now being invited.

Funding Scheme for National Organisations in the Community and Voluntary Sector

Mr. Phil Hogan, T.D.

Older Persons’ Grants Opening for Applications in Early February

Last month The Community Foundation for Ireland announced the launch of its Older Persons' Fund - a long term philanthropic fund that has a particular focus on the promotion of civic engagement at

The Ireland Funds Announces Two Grant Programmes / Workshops

The Ireland Funds, the worldwide philanthropic network that supports worthy caus

Age Action Concerned at Changes to Housing Grants for Older People

Age Action is concerned at the changes to the housing adaptation grant schemes for older people and people with a disability, which it believes will hit those on lowest incomes the hardest.

Sports Capital Programme Opening for Applications

The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring recently announced a new €40 million fund for sports capital projects.