Information on launch of Shared Island Civic Society Fund – potential relevance to Social Enterprise stakeholders.
The Tánaiste launched the Shared Island Civic Society Fund yesterday in Armagh which aims to enhance civic society engagement across the island of Ireland. (https://www.dfa.ie/news-and-media/press-releases/press-release-archive/2023/january/tanaiste-and-minister-for-foreign-affairs-announces-launch-of-shared-island-civic-society-fund.php)
This fund, administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs, will be open for applications between 16th Jan – 27th Feb and is directed at civic society
and community organisations to develop new cross-border links, strengthen existing partnerships, and deepen cross-border connectivity on issues of concern for the island of Ireland including in the areas of: Climate and Environment; Community development; Heritage and conservation; Social Enterprise; Charity and Voluntary Sector, and Sport. Further details on the fund, including the application process, can be found here – https://www.dfa.ie/about-us/funding/sharedislandcivicsocietyfund/