Please see the sections below for useful links and resources:

The Ireland Funds

ireland funds

The mission of The Ireland Funds is to harness the power of a global philanthropic network of friends of Ireland to promote and support peace, culture, education and community development across the island of Ireland and among Irish communities around the world.

 

Address:
25 St Stephen’s Green, 2nd Floor ,
Dublin 2

Website: www.irelandfunds.org/ 

 

Irish Youth Foundation

IYFlogoThe money raised by the Irish Youth Foundation is distributed each year to organisations whose applications for funding are approved by the Trustees, having first been assessed by a committee of experts in the area of children’s needs. In 2007/2008 alone, 104 groups from all around the country shared a fund of €1,040,000 to work with children and young people in need.

 

Address:
Dog Patch, Unit 1
The CHQ Building,
Custom House Quay,
Dublin 1.

Website: www.iyf.ie

 

Community Foundation for Ireland

 

community foundationThe Community Foundation is a donor services and grant-making organisation. The Foundation – a registered charity – was established in 2000 with the support of Government and the business sector. It has grown with the support of individuals, families, businesses and religious and other institutions, enabling them to engage in effective philanthropic activity by getting funds to the most deserving and effective local grassroots causes.

Address:
32 Lower O’Connell Street
Dublin 1

Website: www.foundation.ie

 

Charities Institute Ireland

 

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Charities Institute Ireland exists to support and enable charities create positive social change.

Address:
56 Fitzwilliam Square,
Dublin 2.

Website: www.charitiesinstituteireland.ie/

 

Clann Credo

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Clann Credo Community Loan Finance is committed to reducing inequality and exclusion and increasing community solidarity. They provide Community Loan Finance at affordable interest and repayment rates and have loaned over €82m to over 800 projects nationwide over the past 2 decades.
The challenge for Clann Credo, is to ensure that the leaders of community organisations, charities, amateur sports clubs and social enterprises that could benefit, know about Clann Credo’s Community Loan Finance.

 

Address:
10 Grattan Crescent,
Inchicore,
Dublin 8.

Website: www.clanncredo.ie/

 

The Wheel

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The Wheel has evolved to become a resource centre and forum for the community and voluntary sector. It carries out research through commissioned reports and publications, as well as member and sector wide surveys.

Address:
48 Fleet Street,
Dublin 2

Website: www.wheel.ie