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Irish Aid Funding for Post Primary Schools

WorldWise Global Schools are now inviting secondary schools, networks and non-governmental schools to apply for funding for development education in post-primary schools.

Dulux Inviting Applications for Let's Colour Project

This year Dulux want to change your story with colour, by giving you and all of Ireland a chance to change it for free, with Dulux.

Expressions Sought for Management of Community Funds

ESB requests expressions of interest for the management of Community Funds associated with a number of its Wind farms located within the Republic of Ireland.

€420,000 Available to Ireland's Leading Social Entrepreneurs

Do you have an idea to change Ireland for the better? €420,000 available to Ireland's leading social entrepreneurs. 

The Wheel's Conference to Include Significant Funding Focus

Taking place on 15 May at the Croke Park Conference Centere, The Wheel's 2014 Annual Conference promise

St Stephens Green Trust General Grant Scheme Opens for Applications

St Stephen's Green Trust has opened its General Grant Scheme focused on issues affecting prisoners / exprisoners and their families; male Travellers and specific aspects of homelessness (further

Funding Scheme for Journalists Covering Developing World Opens

Media professionals with an interest in the developing world are invited to apply to the summer 2014 round of the Simon Cumbers Media Fund which is designed to facilitate more and better

2014 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards Now Open

Chambers Ireland has announced that nominations for the 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards are open.

New Research Points to Massive Drop in Charitable Donations

New research has suggested that more than half of Irish people are less willing to donate to charity because of recent scandals effecting Irish charities.

1% Difference Campaign Review

Following the successful launch in June 2013 and subsequent intense delivery of multi-media activity,  a review and analysis of the National Giving Campaign, now well established as the ’1% Di