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Scheme Name Funder Target Group Details
The Arthur Guinness Projects Diageo Ireland All Community
Address: Corporate Giving Department, 2nd floor, the Crane Building, Dublin 8
Email: info@arthurguinnessprojects.com
Website: http://www.arthurguinnessprojects.com.my
The Arthur Guinness Projects is an initiative designed to champion the best of Irish creators, thinkers, doers and makers in the areas of Arts, Music, Sport and Food by offering support and funding to the winning entries.
Coca-Cola HBC Ireland Coca-Cola Ireland All Community, Young people, Sports clubs Please contact Coca-Cola directly for further details
Address: Huntstown Business Park, Cappagh Road, Ballycoolin, Dublin 11, Ireland
Phone: +353 8807100
Email: ioi.communications@cchellenic.com
Website: http://www.ccbi.ie/Towardssustainabilit/Community/
Each year Coca-Cola contributes to local communities through sponsorship, product and financial donations. They work with community leaders, government and non-government organisations to develop long-term partnerships and programmes that bring benefit with a focus on three strategic areas: Water and environmental protection, Sport and physical activity and Youth development
Coca-Cola Thank You Fund Coca-Cola Ireland
Address: 38/39 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Website: http://www.coca-cola.ie/packages/thank-you-fund/
Voluntary and non-profit organisations and clubs who want to kick-start new programmes encouraging people to become more active could win funding to get them up and running.
DCYA National Lottery Grant Scheme Department of Children and Youth Affairs Young people Full guidelines and the application form
Address: Youth Affairs Unit, 43-49 Mespil Road, Dublin 4
Phone: 01 647 3207
Email: dcyalotterygrants@dcya.gov.ie
Website: http://www.dcya.gov.ie
This scheme is for the provision of services to children and young people. Grants are generally awarded for once-off projects across a wide variety of areas such as the provision of equipment for youth clubs, youth cafes, scouts, summer camps, day trips for youth clubs/summer camps, play equipment for playschools/crèches and other once- off programs.
EnergyFit Energy Fit Ireland Sports clubs
Phone: 086 3433368
Email: paul@futurefit.ie
Website: http://www.futurefit.ie
A pilot programme to help sports facilities reduce their costs through energy efficiency.
Energy for Generations Fund Electricity Supply Board All Community Guidelines and application form
Address: Grants Officer, 27 Lower Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 2
Phone: 01 7027732 or 087 7904395
Email: james.foley@esb.ie
Website: http://www.esb.ie/main/community-sponsorship/energy-for-generations-fund.jsp
This is corporate responsibility investment which disburses funding across community and issues-based initiatives.  Funding will be dedicated to addressing issues relating to education, homelessness and suicide prevention. Support will also be provided to staff who volunteer within their own communities.
Go for Life - National Grant Scheme for Older People Age and Opportunity Older Adults
Address: Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9
Phone: 01 805 7709
Fax: 01 853 5117
Email: gfl.grants@ageandopportunity.ie
Website: http://ageandopportunity.ie/go-life-grant-scheme
The Go for Life grant scheme aims to help local organisations provide sporting and physical activities for older people. The grant scheme is a joint initiative between Go for Life and the Irish Sports Council. It funds groups and clubs who cater for older people around the country so that they can buy equipment, run sports events or try new activities. 
Hilton in the Community Foundation Grants Hilton Group Plc Young people Visit the Hilton Foundation website now for application forms and full guidelines.
Address: 179-199 Holland Park Avenue, Reeds Crescent, London, England, W11 4UL
Phone: +44 (0)20 7605 7733
Fax: +44 (0)20 7605 7736
Email: info@hilton-foundation.org.uk
Website: http://www.hilton-foundation.org.uk
Hilton in the Community Foundation Grants aim to identify the most effective projects helping disadvantaged young people in the UK and Ireland.
IPB Youth & Community Fund IPB Insurance All Community, Young People, Older adults, Sports clubs. Read through the FAQs and apply
Address: 12-14 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2
Phone: 01 639 5500
Email: cse@ipb.ie
Website: http://cse.ipb.ie/
The IPB Youth and Community Fund is open to all community or voluntary groups, local clubs or associations, not-for-profit and charitable organisations operating at a local level within the Republic of Ireland. IPB Insurance invites applications for funding to support community projects which promote social inclusion in the areas of Arts & Culture, Community Development, the Elderly, Environment, Physical Activity & Sport and Youth.
Irish Youth Foundation Grants Irish Youth Foundation (IYF) Young people Visit the IYF website to register.
Address: 20 Lower Dominic Street, Dublin 1
Phone: 01 858 4520
Email: info@iyf.ie
The Irish Youth Foundation funds groups to build a brighter future for children living in adverse and extreme circumstances in Ireland.  IYF is particularly interested in supporting after school and homework clubs and youth empowerment programmes.
Johan Cruyff Foundation Johan Cruyff Foundation Young People, Sports clubs.
Address: Olympisch Stadion 5, 1076 DE Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0)20 3057766
Fax: +31 (0)20 3057760
Email: info@fundacioncruyff.org
Website: http://www.fundacioncruyff.org
The Cruyff Foundation supports projects and organisations which endeavour to advance the mental and physical welfare of children through physical exercise, sports and play. Preference is given to projects for underprivileged and/or children with disabilities. This applies to projects all over the world, where the Cruyff Foundation supports sports and recreational activities for children, often in combination with education.
Kerry Group Corporate Responsibility Kerry Group plc All Community Please contact The Kerry Group directly for further details
Address: Prince's Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Phone: 066 718 2000
Website: http://www.kerrygroup.com
The Kerry Group sponsors a wide range of education, healthcare, sporting, leisure, arts, amenity, community development and charitable causes. Primary areas of focus and support are; (a) health, hunger and nutrition, (b) entrepreneurship, (c) amenity/community development, (d) education, arts and sport.
HSE National Lottery Grant Scheme Department of Health Older adults, Disability, Young people. Please visit the department website for more information.
Address: Finance Unit, Hawkins House, Hawkins St., Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 6354281
Email: Lotterygrants@health.gov.ie
Website: http://www.dohc.ie/other_health_issues/lottery_grants/
The Department of Health and Children allocates funds to Health Agencies and other similar organisations providing a range of services including:
  • Services for the Elderly
  • Services for the Intellectually Disabled
  • Child Care Services
  • Public Health Services
  • Services for the Physically Disabled
  • Health Board Services
  • Health Promotion
  • Building, Equipping and Furnishing of Health Facilities (Capital Expenditure).
North Face - Explore Fund North Face Young people
Address: 28-29 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2
Email: Ida_Holmen@vfc.com
Website: http://explorefund.eu
This scheme supports organisations that encourage youth outdoor participation, focus on sustainability initiatives, or help to create a connection to nature.
Pfizer Ireland Corporate Responsibility Pfizer Ireland All Community, Schools, Sports clubs. Please contact Pfizer directly for further details
Address: Dublin Treasury Centre, The Watermarque Building, Ringsend, Dublin 4
Phone: 01 480 7000
Website: http://www.pfizer.ie
Pfizer supports a number of causes in the community through its contributions Committee. Help has been extended to local groups, patient groups, schools, clubs, charities, medical research and the arts.
Sports Capital Programme Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport All community, sports clubs. Visit the Sports Capital Programme website to learn more / register.
Address: New Road, Killarney, Co.Kerry
Phone: (064) 662 7317
Email: info@dttas.ie
Website: http://www.dttas.ie/sport/english/sports-capital-programme
This Programme aims to foster an integrated and planned approach to developing sports and physical recreation facilities throughout the country.
Sportscover - Supporting Sport In the Community Sportscover Europe Ltd Sports Clubs Please visit the Sportscover website for full application details.
Address: 3rd Floor, St Helen's, 1 Undershaft, London, England, EC3P 3DQ
Phone: +44 (0)20 7398 4080
Website: http://www.sportscover.com
Sportscover's sponsors a wide variety of amateur sports men and women, striving to achieve sporting greatness across a broad cross-section of sports. The SSF makes donations to grass-roots sporting clubs and associations.
The Ireland Funds Small Grants The Ireland Funds All community, Sports Clubs. Download the full guidelines
Address:
Phone: (01) 662 7878
Email: grantsinfo@irlfunds.org
Website: http://www.theirelandfunds.org/
The objective of this grant is to enable as many organisations as possible to fund new and innovative responses to social need.  Overall, The Ireland Fund invests in local communities by supporting initiatives that contribute to: Positive mental and physical health, Community integration, Social entrepreneurship, Opportunities for lifelong learning, Economic development, Sport and leisure opportunities, Protection of the natural environment.
Young People's Facilities and Services Fund Department of Children and Youth Affairs Young People Contact the Department directly for further information
Address: Youth Affairs Unit, 43-49 Mespil Road, Dublin 4
Phone: 01 647 3207
Email: youthaffairs@dcya.gov.ie
Website: http://www.dcya.gov.ie
This fund was established to assist in the development of youth facilities, (including sport and recreational facilities) and services in disadvantaged areas where a significant drug problem exists or has the potential to develop. The YPFSF has focused on the 14 Local Drugs Task Force (LDTF) areas (12 in Dublin, Bray and Cork) and 4 urban areas (Galway, Limerick, Waterford Cities and Carlow Town).
Munster GAA Development Grants Munster GAA GAA Clubs. Guidelines and application forms
Address: Waterford GAA Offices, Walsh Park, Waterford
Phone: +353 51 590557
Fax: +353 51 590557
Email: admin@waterford.gaa.ie
This fund was established to assist in the development of youth facilities, (including sport and recreational facilities) and services in disadvantaged areas where a significant drug problem exists or has the potential to develop. The YPFSF has focused on the 14 Local Drugs Task Force (LDTF) areas (12 in Dublin, Bray and Cork) and 4 urban areas (Galway, Limerick, Waterford Cities and Carlow Town).
 
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