Posted on January 05, 2017
The Community Foundation for Ireland is one of Ireland’s largest independent grant makers. Since 2000 we have made cumulative grants of €30 million from our own funds and on behalf of our donors.
12pm to 2pm, Wednesday 1st February 2017
Radisson Blu Hotel, Northgate Street, Athlone
The Community Foundation for Ireland invites community and voluntary organisations to join us for an introduction to our grantmaking priorities for 2017. We will outline how to make a good grant application and the focus of the rounds open for applications in 2017; LGBT and Migrants (projects working with migrants who are members of the LGBT community), Leadership for Ethnic Minority groups and The Older Persons’ Fund. We recommend this seminar only for those who have not attended a grantee seminar before, as much of the information will be the same!
We will be joined by Business in the Community’s Community Outreach Executive, who will describe how you can make the most of partnerships with corporates
Registration, Tea and Coffee
Introduction to CFI grants and overview of Online applications.
2017 grants rounds – (a)LGBT and Migrants (projects working with migrants who are members of the LGBT community), (b) Leadership for Ethnic Minority groups (c) The Older Persons’ Fund
BITCI’s Community Outreach – overview of corporate partnerships
Q&A and close
HOW TO REGISTER
Please register for this seminar by clicking here. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.