The Department of Children and Youth Affairs has announced a new €2m fund to support disadvantaged young people. This fund is open to community, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations to apply.
Social Innovation Fund Ireland has recently announced two new youth funds that are now open for applications.
Roscommon CYPSC recently supported a Youth Work Fair which was the first event of its kind in the county. The Fair entitled “Creativity in Youth Work Fair” focused on creative approaches to youth work and the potential of entrepreneurship and creativity for young people in the County.
The Department of Children and Youth Affairs has issued a call for funding applications to support local CYPSC work.
The Department of Justice and Equality invites applications from voluntary, not-for-profit organisations for its Disability Awareness Raising Grant Scheme 2016. The aim is to support the promotion of positive attitudes towards persons with disabilities.
Tusla the Child and Family Agency is now recruiting for CYPSC Co-ordinators to support Children and Young People’s Services Committees in their work to bring together a diverse group of agencies in local county areas to engage in joint planning and co-ordination of services for children and young people.
The Department of Health has a National Lottery Discretionary fund in place which provides once off grants to organisations providing a range of health related services.