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Fundraising Workshop & Awards on 30th September in Dublin

Anyone interested in fundraising for the Community and Voluntary Sector should keep the 30th September free in their diaries. Both the “Tops Tips for Corporate Fundraising” workshop (run by Fundraising Ireland) and the inaugural Irish Fundraising Awards will be taking place in Dublin at the Four Seasons Hotel on that day.

Causeway Scheme Seminar in September

Leargas will be staging a Causway: British-Irish Youth Programme Exchange in Dublin this September. The Causeway programme provides funding to organisations working to strenghten the ties between British and Irish youths through various exchange programmes and special projects.

New Report on Philanthropy in Ireland Launched

The Community Foundation for Ireland has published a new report, detailing the rise of philanthropy in the Republic of Ireland over the last few years. It is estimated that around €500 million is currently donated to charity each year. Those involved in the sector are hoping to double that figure over the next five years.

View the Launch Photos Online

As many readers will already be aware, was launched on July 4th in the prestigious confines of the The Royal College of Physicians. A photographer was on hand throughout the event to capture all the action. You can now view a selection of these photos by visiting The Wheel’s new Photo Wall feature.

"Youth in Action" Programme Information Day in Cork in September

"Youth in Action" is the EU Programme in the field of youth implemented from January 2007 until December 2013 with a total budget of €885million. It is the successor to the YOUTH Programme from 2000 – 2006.

Europe for Citizens Training Day in Tullamore this September

On 25th September 2008, the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) will be running a free training day for local authorities, town twinning committees and NGOs on funding opportunities for international projects under the Europe for Citizens programme.

Funding to Irish Migrant Groups Under Threat

A recently launched report into new communities in Ireland has revealed how the long-term future of immigrant advocacy in Ireland may now be in jeopardy. This is because the two philanthropic bodies that fund much of the work done in this area - Atlantic Philanthropies and the One Foundation - will both have ceased to provide financial support to migrant groups by 2016. on Facebook & Fundraising Ireland Awards Update

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Dun-Laoghaire Rathdown Council Launches New Environmental Scheme

Is your organisation working to improve your local environment?

If so, you may be eligible for an assistance grant. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council invite submissions from Community Groups, Schools, Tidy Town Committees or other Organisations who are interested in receiving part-funding for environmental initiatives.

Completed submissions should be made not later than Friday 8th of August 2008.

For further information please contact:

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