Community and Sport

Community Grants and Funding

Find out more below

Community Facilities (non FCC owned) Remedial Works Scheme 2020

Fingal County Council is announcing a new Community Facilities Remedial Works Scheme for non-Council owned community facilities. 

Applications for funding may be made under the relevant category in order to carry out essential remediation works/repairs to non FCC owned facilities as below:

Multi-purpose facility:

Grants of up to 50% of the costs of the works subject to a maximum of €20,000 for enhancement/refurbishment projects involving capital works

Single interest facility:

Grants of up to 50% of the costs of the works subject to a maximum of €15,000 for enhancement/refurbishment projects involving capital works

 

The scheme will close on 31st December 2020.

For guidelines on the scheme please click here

For an application form please click here

 

Activities Funding

We have a small budget to support Activities Funding.  The types of activity that may be eligible are: 

  • Community, Culture and Sports development
  • Community, Culture and Sports events
  • Environmental enhancement
  • Office equipment
  • Arts & Crafts materials
  • Publications

 

For an online application form for Community Activities funding, please click here

General Criteria for Groups Applying for the Community Funding Scheme

Activity Funding Eligible & Non Eligible Items‌

For more information please contact the Community Development Office

018905080 or Email community@fingal.ie

Funding Point

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.

Fundingpoint Local Access - September - November 2020 

Summer Project Funding 2020

A funding programme aimed at community and volunteer groups that provide recreational and educational services to young people during the summer across Fingal. 

Emphasis is placed on encouraging community involvement and the development of resources with groups within the Fingal area. Fingal County Council’s Community Culture & Sports Division encourages community groups and projects to apply for a grant which provides a subsidy to enable the project leaders to run a successful Summer Project.

Projects can apply for funding of up to €2,000 each.

How to Apply

Complete and submit the Summer Project Expression of Interest Form on or before 28th February 2020. 

Forms are available on https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5MY27WY

Click here for full details of the Summer Project Funding 2020 Scheme.

Please note that only groups who complete the Expression of Interest Form on Survey Monkey are eligible to apply for Summer Project Funding in 2020

Further Information

For more information please contact Niamh McCormack at 8906220 or email community@fingal.ie

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