Additional funding of €170,209 for Co. Limerick projects under the COVID-19 Stability Fund.

Dec 11, 2020

Delighted to welcome the announcement that an additional €170,209 is being allocated to projects under the COVID-19 Stability Fund in County Limerick. This will bring the total funding for County Limerick projects under the fund to €546,365.

“This is very good news for the successful organisations across the County. Community and voluntary organisations all over the country have struggled to fund raise to keep services going and this additional allocation will make a big difference to those that will receive it. This announcement follows the initial funding announcement under the fund made by my colleague Minister Heather Humphreys in September.”

“I am delighted that this additional funding has been made available to these community, voluntary organisations and charities. I will continue to raise with Minister Humphreys the challenges the community and voluntary sector face at this time and I will continue to seek further supports for these organisations in the time ahead.”

The projects in Limerick County that will receive this additional funding are:

Croom Community Development Association – €33,337 (€107,009)

Caherconlish/Caherline Community Council – €27,575 (€88,514)

The Desmond Ability Resource Complex Company – €27,140 (€87,118)

St. Ita’s Voluntary Housing Association and Day- Care Centre – €18,345 (€58,887)

Hospital Family Resource Centre Company – €16,853 (€54,097)

WLCR FM Company Limited – €8,531 (€27,384)

The Butterfly Club CLG – €8,331 (€26,743)

Broadford community enterprise centre CLG – €7,833 (€25,144)

Patrickswell Community Council – €6,388 (€20,506)

Abbeyfeale Community Council – €5,985 (€19,212)

Pallasgreen-Templebraden Community Council Limerick – €4,163 (€13,364)

Ballybrown Clarina Community Council – €2,875 (€9,228)

Knocklong Development Association CLG – €2,853 (€9,159)

 

*The figure in the brackets is the total funding received by the organisation to date including this additional funding.

 

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