Types of Grants

Grants For Mergers

In the face of current challenges facing the Irish Community and Voluntary sector, all organisations are looking at ways of working differently. In certain limited circumstances, some organisations may see the benefit in exploring merging permanently with another organisation, or consortium of like-minded organisations.

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Early Childhood Ireland

Pyjama Day is Early Childhood Ireland’s national fundraising day and this year their members all over Ireland organised Pyjama Days in their communities. The funds raised will now go to support children aged from birth to six years through grants distributed from the fund.

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Learning Network Events

We use a model of shared learning. We seek to learn from each grant and to share the outcomes of grants with other like-minded organisations. For certain programmes, you will be required to participate in Learning Network events.

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Social Change Grants

Between February-April 2017 we opened the Social Change grants 2017 under three categories; Leadership for Ethnic Minorities, LGBT+ Migrants and The Older Persons’ Fund Round 5. Through the Social Change grants, we gave out a total of €224,250 to 37 organisations spread right across Ireland.

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Types of Grants

The Older Persons' Fund

The Older Persons’ Fund is a long-term philanthropic fund which promotes the civic engagement of older people as a means of working towards making a difference in their communities.

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The Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary

The ‘Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary’ was established in 2013 by the Tony Ryan Trust to give financial support to evidence based initiatives that support children and young people in County Tipperary to reach their full potential.

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Youth Participation Panel

The Youth Participation Panel (YPP) is the first youth grant making programme to be established by The Community Foundation for Ireland. The YPP is made up of four young people, aged 16- 30 who are passionate about creating a better Ireland for our young people.