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Iarnród Éireann Offers Free Travel to Community & Voluntary Groups

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail has today launched the 2014 programme for The Journey’s on Us, an initiative to support organisations and groups in the voluntary, community, sporting and charity sector.

Environmental Partnership Fund Announced

Last week Mr.

One Young World Summit 2014 Scholarships Now Accepting Applications

The Ray Murphy Fund at The Community Foundation for Ireland offers leadership development opportunities within the Irish community and voluntary sector and is currently open for applications.

Celebration of 100 Years of Community Foundations

On 23 May at the Westin Hotel in Dublin, The Community Foundation for Ireland, one of the country’s leading philanthropic organisations, launched its annual report at Ireland’s celebration of 100 Y

Pobal Launches Community Fund for National Organisations

Pobal have launched a Community Fund with an overall budget of €100,000.

Apply Now for the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund

Voluntary and non-profit organisations which want to kick-start new programmes encouraging people to become more active could win €25,000 to get them up and running.

Bord Gáis Energy Donate a Library 2014

Back for a second year, Bord Gáis Energy Donate a Library is calling out for people across Ireland to be local heroes in their community by nominating groups and charities they would like to see re

Final Bookings: Sunday Business Post & The Wheel Non-Profit Report

On Sunday 25 May, The Sunday

CGV Social Funding Programme Deadline Extended

Celestial Green Ventures (CGV) have confirmed that they will be hosting a stand at The Wheel’s National Conference next Thursday, 15 May.  This annual event brings together people from th

GIY Get Ireland Growing Fund Now Accepting Applications

Developed by GIY in partnership with AIB, the GIY Get Ireland Growing fund is currently open to community groups, schools, allotments with communal space, community gardens and not-for-profits look