In early 2019 The Community Foundation for Ireland announced its commitment to provide €250,000 in grants through our newly established Environment and Nature Fund. This fund will be open for applications from May 17th and we have made an initial €200,000 available.
We're delighted to announce that the 2019/20 Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme is open for applications! Do you have a good idea for a youth arts project in your youth group but need funding to work with an artist? With grants of up to €5,000 available, we're looking to support innovative partnerships involving artists in residence in youth work settings or youth groups in residence in arts settings, starting in September 2019.
Gambling Awareness Trust is now accepting Expressions of Interest from service providers seeking funding to provide any of the following services - Phone counselling service 7 days a week. Face-to-face counselling sessions Nationwide. Promote general public awareness about gambling and risks. Provide education and early-prevention work. Provide relapse prevention. Offer support online with self-help and mutual aid initiatives. Conduct National gambling research & prevalence study.
The South Inner City wish to invite applications for the SICDATF Community Grant initiative. The grant application must be able to demonstrate that it is meeting the goals of the strategy and address drug and alcohol related issues in your community.
Create, the national development agency for the collaborative arts, are pleased to announce a NEW Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme award for Recent Graduates, introduced in 2019. The AIC Scheme is funded the Arts Council, and managed by Create.
Applications are invited for the Social Justice PhD Scholarship offered by the School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice. This is a fully funded PhD scholarship for applicants pursuing full time post-doctoral research in the area of Social Justice. Social Justice is an inter-disciplinary area which advances theoretical and empirical understanding of social justice issues including inequality, exploitation, oppression and challenges to power.