Funding

Publication of the Charity Regulator's Guidelines on Fundraising

The Wheel, Ireland’s national association of charities, has welcomed the publication of the Charities Regulator’s Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public<

€70 Million Finance Fund Available to Clubs and Local Projects

UCIT – a Community organisation, providing loan finance to other communities across Ireland - in association with The Local Enterprise Office Rathdown - Dun Laoghaire is hosting a FREE i

Deal Effect: Sign Up Now & Help Raise €2 million for Irish Charities

Deal Effect, the new daily deals website that is being set up and run by and for Irish charities in order to generate more than €2 million for them, is going live on 29 October - but it nee

Launch of Inaugural Fundraiser of the Year Award

The Wheel and Fundraising Ireland, in association with the Vodafone Ireland Foundation, are pleased to announce the inaugural Fundraiser of the Year Award. The awards have been created to recognize and celebrate exceptional achievements within Ireland’s fundraising community.

Fundraising from the General Public

Fundraising from the general public – that is, individuals as opposed to corporations, governmental bodies, philanthropic foundations, etc. – can be a substantial aspect of your organisation’s income, particularly as part of an annual-fund campaign. But are you doing all you can to tap this vital resource?

Avonmore to Raise €2 Million for Barretstown by 2011

In a bold move that is sure to up the ante when it comes to demonstrating commitment to corporate responsibility, Glanbia, the global food group, and it’s Irish consumer food business, Avonmore, has publicly committed to raising €2 million between now and 2011 for Barrettstown, the specially-designed camp for children with serious illnesses.

The Irish Research Council has launched Coalesce, a pilot call for new funding

Irish Research Council

The Irish Research Council has launched Coalesce, a pilot call under a new fund for research that addresses national and global societal challenges.

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Meet and Code

The goal of Meet and Code is to introduce children and young people between the ages of 8 and 24 to the world of technology and coding.

The Meet and Code Fund Inviting Applications

Meet and Code are excited to announce this opportunity to prepare children and young people in Ireland for the digital world of tomorrow.

€60,000 Fund Available from GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards 2018

GSK, one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare companies, has unveiled the annual ‘GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards’ which recognise and reward community-based charit

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