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Go for Life National Grant Scheme Now Accepting Applications

The Go for Life Small Grant Scheme for Sport and Physical Activity for older people is now open for applications.

Make a World of Difference with the Vodafone Foundation

Looking for a fresh challenge that could really make a difference to the lives of young people?

€210,000 announced for Music Capital Scheme

Music Network has welcomed the announcement by Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht confirming capital funds of €210,000 for the Music Capital Scheme 2014.

Invitation to Launch of Fourth Annual Report on Fundraising in Ireland

Specialist insurer Ecclesiastical Insurance, along with Focus Ireland and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, are sponsoring 2into3’s fourth Annual Fundraising Performance Report.

Calor Community Champion Opens for Applications

Calor wants to encourage communities across the island to join it on a journey or sustainability, and so it is launching it's 2014 Community Champion around the theme of sustainability, featuring a

Applications Being Accepted Under BenefIT Digital Skills Grant Programme

Alex White T.D., Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources has invited applications from community, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations for grants to assist with the cost o

Social Enterprises Invited to Enter Business Achievers Awards

Ulster Bank has once again issued a call for Irish social enterprises to enter their Business Achievers Awards.

St Stephens Green Trust Grant Scheme Details Announced

Following a review in March 2014 by Brian Harvey (report available here), the next

Better Together 2014 Video Competition opens 15 September!

The Better Together Video Competition will once again open for submissions on 15 September 2014. Don't miss this opportunity to raise your cause's public profile, show your impact an

Celestial Green Ventures Grants Awarded

Last Friday, Celestial Green Ventures presented the selected projects of their first ever Social Funding Programme (