Dublin Airport’s Community Fund Reopened
Dublin Airport’s Community Fund reopened for applications on September 1 for the fifth time.
The Fund supports communities around Dublin Airport such as Santry, Rolestown, Tyrresrown and Portmarnock. It donates to local projects that make a positive contribution to those neighbouring areas.
The €10 million Community Fund was launched in 2017 with an annual investment of €400,000 over 25 years. Support is focussed on areas such as: sports and recreation, environment and sustainability, social inclusion and community development, health and well-being, and culture and heritage.
This is round five of Funding from Dublin Airport’s Community Fund. Organisations who received financial help in the fourth round of funding included sports clubs, senior citizens initiatives, after school groups, arts, music and drama societies, multicultural groups and groups for people with disabilities.
Citizens interested in applying for funding can find an easy how-to-apply guide together with an application form on the airport’s website HERE.
Dublin Airport plays a vital role in the local and national economies, supporting 117,300 jobs and making an €8.3 billion contribution to the Irish economy.
.@DublinAirport‘s Community Fund has reopened for applications. You can get more information including an application form and a how-to-apply guide here: https://t.co/tzbB7980RO The fund will remain open for a period of six weeks. pic.twitter.com/jAgFRns4oe
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) September 2, 2019