Events and Festivals Financial Assistance Programme 2018
Fingal County Council’s Events Unit is accepting applications for financial assistance for events and festivals taking place in 2018, Applications will be accepted from community/voluntary groups for existing and/or new events or festivals. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com.
The Fingal Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) is inviting applications for a grant under the Revitalising Areas by Planning, Investment and Development (RAPID) scheme. This is a capital grant scheme and the closing date is 24th November 2017. This scheme would suit ‘shovel ready’ projects with a cost in the region of €2,500 to €25,000 though there isn’t a minimum or maximum. This is targeted at projects in urban areas.
The Fingal 2017 Creative and Culture Grant Scheme is administered under the Community Activity Funding Scheme by Fingal County Council Community Culture and Sports Division in accordance with the Creative Ireland Programme. Between €500 and €1,500 is available.
Funding for Irish Charities brought to you by Fingal County Council and The Wheel provides up to date funding information for non-profits in the Fingal area. Funding sources reflect both local and national funding opportunities. All information is quoted directly from funder website/literature.
Resources to help assess community needs and resources, addressing social determinants, engaging stakeholders, action planning, building leadership, improving cultural competency, planning an evaluation, and sustaining your efforts over time.
Strengthen your funding application with a wide range of information and statistical figures relating to Fingal population, housing, health, employment, live register, property market, crime safety and many more.
Sometimes it is not possible to access a grant for the project your group wants to undertake. In some cases, groups can access low cost finance if they have the capacity to generate income to repay this.
This is a handbook produced by The Wheel and the EPA for community-led groups throughout Ireland, both urban and rural. It provides practical information for ensuring that your group has sufficient funding in order to function, both now and into the future. It is therefore likely to be of particular relevance to those who govern and manage your group’s affairs.
This Toolkit to Open Government provides practical information and insights into how public decision-making works. It consists of ten guides based on government policy, public spending, local government, decision making, the European Union and so on.