Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding (September to December 2022)

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Introduction:

Clare County Council recognises the the importance of supporting initiatives around the county that promote population health and wellbeing. The LCDC in partnership with the council is funding 10 Community Health and Wellbeing projects under their ‘Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding 2022’.

This funding will provide €2,000 in financial support to 10 successful community and voluntary organisations for a diverse range of projects and events, that align with the Healthy Clare Strategic Action Plan 2019-2022 [PDF, 5.92MB] identified priority areas of

  1. Mental Health and
  2. Physical Activity.

The funding is based on the Department of Health’s, Health and Wellbeing budget and is adopted by Clare’s LCDC members. The funding is available to support community and voluntary groups wishing to undertake physical activity and mental health projects between 1st September 2022 and 16th December 2022.

Who Can Apply?

Any Community and Voluntary group operating in County Clare that delivers activities in the health and wellbeing space and are identified as a priority in the Healthy Clare Strategic Plan 2019-2022. (Priorities include 1. Physical Activity and 2. Mental Health actions). Public sector organisations are not eligible to make an application. Groups are encouraged to register with the Clare Public Participation Network (PPN) and be actively involved in the PPN.

How much is funded?

The maximum grant available is €2,000. A total of 10 projects in Clare will be selected and awarded €2,000 each to support their Health and Wellbeing activity.

Requests for assistance usually exceed the funds available for allocation. In cases where the scheme is oversubscribed applicants should be aware that successful applications will be selected based on how best they meet the criteria of the fund.

Please read the eligible and ineligible [PDF, 152KB] costs list before completing your application.

Groups must hold a Bank or Credit Union Account in their legal name.

What type of proposals are considered?

The ‘Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding 2022’ open call is focused on the Healthy Clare Strategic Plan 2019-2022 priority areas of;

  1. Mental Health
  2. Physical Activity

How to apply?

Please see Guidelines [PDF, 289KB] for more information on how to apply for this funding. Once you complete your project overview form applicants can submit their applications via the online application system.

Closing Date for Submission of Completed On-line Application Forms:

5.00 pm, Friday, 16th September 2022.


Introduction:

Clare County Council recognises the the importance of supporting initiatives around the county that promote population health and wellbeing. The LCDC in partnership with the council is funding 10 Community Health and Wellbeing projects under their ‘Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding 2022’.

This funding will provide €2,000 in financial support to 10 successful community and voluntary organisations for a diverse range of projects and events, that align with the Healthy Clare Strategic Action Plan 2019-2022 [PDF, 5.92MB] identified priority areas of

  1. Mental Health and
  2. Physical Activity.

The funding is based on the Department of Health’s, Health and Wellbeing budget and is adopted by Clare’s LCDC members. The funding is available to support community and voluntary groups wishing to undertake physical activity and mental health projects between 1st September 2022 and 16th December 2022.

Who Can Apply?

Any Community and Voluntary group operating in County Clare that delivers activities in the health and wellbeing space and are identified as a priority in the Healthy Clare Strategic Plan 2019-2022. (Priorities include 1. Physical Activity and 2. Mental Health actions). Public sector organisations are not eligible to make an application. Groups are encouraged to register with the Clare Public Participation Network (PPN) and be actively involved in the PPN.

How much is funded?

The maximum grant available is €2,000. A total of 10 projects in Clare will be selected and awarded €2,000 each to support their Health and Wellbeing activity.

Requests for assistance usually exceed the funds available for allocation. In cases where the scheme is oversubscribed applicants should be aware that successful applications will be selected based on how best they meet the criteria of the fund.

Please read the eligible and ineligible [PDF, 152KB] costs list before completing your application.

Groups must hold a Bank or Credit Union Account in their legal name.

What type of proposals are considered?

The ‘Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding 2022’ open call is focused on the Healthy Clare Strategic Plan 2019-2022 priority areas of;

  1. Mental Health
  2. Physical Activity

How to apply?

Please see Guidelines [PDF, 289KB] for more information on how to apply for this funding. Once you complete your project overview form applicants can submit their applications via the online application system.

Closing Date for Submission of Completed On-line Application Forms:

5.00 pm, Friday, 16th September 2022.

  • The LCDC in partnership with the Council is funding 10 Community Health and Wellbeing projects under their ‘Interim Healthy Ireland Round 4 Funding 2022’.

    This funding will provide €2,000 in financial support to 10 successful community and voluntary organisations for mental health and physical activity projects.

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