Deadline: 24 March 2017
- Community Development: invest in local communities by supporting initiatives that contribute to:
- Peace & Reconciliation: support communities in Northern Ireland by prioritising initiatives that contribute to:
- Education: support programmes that contribute to:
- Equality of access to a broad range of educational opportunities for people of all ages
- Increased access to participation to third-level education
- Arts & Culture: support the promotion of arts and culture by prioritising initiatives that contribute to:
- Community arts initiatives
- Increased access to a art forms and collections
- Cultural awareness and understanding
The maximum amount one can request is €/£7,000.
- Only not-for-profit and charitable organisations with an annual income of less than€/£1,000,000 can apply for funding.
- Organisations with an annual turnover exceeding this amount are not eligible for funding in the Small Grant Round.
- Grants will not be made to individuals.
- Organisations may submit only one application.
- Applications must only be submitted electronically through our website. Hard copy or emailed applications will not be accepted.
- Only organisations based within the 32 counties of Ireland and Northern Ireland are eligible to apply.
- The project or activity for which you are seeking funding must take place within the 32 counties of Ireland.
- Grants will not be made to organisations for projects which have been completed, or for the repayment of debt.
- Shortlisted applicants must provide a copy of the organisation’s governing document (e.g. Constitution, Memorandum of Articles of Association) and the most recent set of Audited Accounts or bank statements before a grant is drawn down.
- A specific sum of money must be sought (not exceeding £/€7,000)
How to Apply
Interested applicants must apply online via given website.
Eligible Country: Ireland
For more information, please visit Small Grant 2017.