The GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards offers €60,000 in funding to up to 10 community-based healthcare charities. GSK has unveiled the annual ‘GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards’ which recognise and reward community-based charities who contribute to the improvement of people’s health and … Continued
Rachel Fitzgerald Feeley from Breast Cancer Ireland runs FREE information sessions to women’s/community groups/women in the workplaces etc on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Awareness She is available to talk to women’s groups in across … Continued
The North West Regional Drug and Alcohol Task Force invites applications for the 2018 Small Grants Scheme for once-off funding to Community and Not-for-profit Voluntary groups / agencies who are working to tackle drug and alcohol misuse in counties Sligo, Leitrim … Continued
Do you think that there is a need for a dedicated Volunteer Centre in Leitrim?
Leitrim Development Company is currently applying for a Volunteer Centre for Leitrim. A Volunteer Centre provides a link between people interested in volunteering and non-profit groups looking for volunteers. These centres advertise for volunteers on behalf of groups and refer interested people to these groups. A volunteer centre would have dedicated staff and facilities to carry out this service and others that would help community groups.
In order to assist with this, Leitrim Development Company would be grateful if your group, could take the time to fill out the questionnaire below and return it to them by the 18th May 2018.
Public defibrillators are a valuable resource for communities in the event of an emergency. Recent community meetings have highlighted the fact that there is no central list of the location of these units in Leitrim. Leitrim PPN is involved in a cooperative project with Leitrim Volunteering Information Service (VIS) and supported by the National Ambulance Service (NAS) aiming to rectify this. We need your help.
Leitrim County Council is now inviting Expressions of Interest from town/village community and business interests for inclusion in The Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2018. The Scheme has an allocation of €15 Million and is an initiative under the Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development, Realising our Rural Potential, and the recently announced Project Ireland 2040, and is designed to help rural Ireland achieve its full economic and social potential. It is part of a package of national and local support measures to rejuvenate rural towns and villages throughout Ireland.
Closing date for Expressions of Interest is 4 pm on Wednesday 23rd May. Read on for more details and form.
Leitrim County Council is now inviting Expressions of Interest from town/village community and business interests for inclusion in The Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2018. The Town and Village Renewal Scheme is an initiative under the Government’s Action Plan for … Continued