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August News 2014

YPAR invite children's services workers, young people and parents from the North Inner city to

MIND YOU MIND SEMINAR

on Wednesday 8th October 2014, 9am to 1pm (lunch will be provided)

Ballybough Community Centre, Ballybough, Dublin 3

RSVP Mary Meehan, ph. 8194779 or email: infoypar@gmail.com

for more information click here

 

 


Light Source celebrates RADE’s 10th anniversary with a show that develops service users visual arts skills by learning the medieval craft of stained glass.

 

Facilitated by stained glass artist Peter Young participants designed and built two large stain glass windows which will be exhibited in The Atrium, Dublin Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 from 25th August to 5th September.

The exhibition will officially be opened by the Dean Victor Stacey of St Patrick’s Cathedral on Tuesday 26th August at 1pm and will include selected works from our collection of art, built up over the last ten years.

Free Admission, All Welcome

For more information please visit RADEs webpage here


Hep C – TREAT IT, BEAT IT!

Community Response and Janssen have joined forces to launch ‘Treat It, Beat It’, a campaign to raise awareness of hepatitis C and highlight the need for the HSE’s National Hepatitis C Strategy to be resourced as a matter of urgency.  

They have developed a facility on the Community Response website for people to petition their local TDs urging them to ensure that resourcing of the National Hepatitis C Strategy is a priority in Budget 2015.

An estimated 20,000 to 50,000 people are infected with hepatitis C in Ireland, with many of those infected undiagnosed and untreated 

Hepatitis C is an infectious disease, often with no symptoms, and can lead to severe liver conditions. Of those who develop chronic hepatitis C, an estimated 30% will develop cirrhosis; others will develop liver cancer, some of whom may require liver transplantation. Chronic hepatitis C is the most common reason for liver transplants in Europe and poses a significant public health burden. Over 70% of people affected by Hepatitis C in Ireland are IVDUs

To support the ‘Treat It, Beat It’ campaign and petition your local public representative visit www.communityresponse.ie - it takes less than a minute...


Current Funding Opportunities for organisations

The Arts Council

Arts organisations, artists, and groups working with the arts can apply for funding. Discover what funding is available then register for online services to submit an application.

Please click link for Arts Council: http://www.artscouncil.ie/available-funding  


St. Stephens Green Trust: Small Grants Programme - Direct Provision Centres

The SSGT Small Grants Progamme - Direct Provision Centres (SGP-DPC) aims to give an opportunity to parents/carers of children in accommodation centres to decide what activities will benefit their children and to apply for funding for them. It is envisaged these activities will avail of sporting, community and arts facilities in the areas in which they live.

Expiry date: 12/09/14

Please click link for more information:  http://www.activelink.ie/content/community-exchange/funding/16589  


St. Stephens Green Trust: General Grants Scheme

Following a review in March 2014, the Trustees will focus on specific issues of social injustice in critical aspects of a number of key areas over the next 3 to 5 years. We have a particular interest in supporting work in partnership with others and for which there are few opportunities for funding. The September 2014 General Grant Scheme will focus on Prisoners / Ex-prisoners, Travellers and Homelessness.

Expiry date: 12/09/14

Please click link for more information: http://www.activelink.ie/content/community-exchange/funding/16611  


ESB Electric Aid Ireland 

Financial assistance is available to voluntary organisations and care associations in Ireland for the provision of suicide prevention, counselling and care for the homeless services.   Grants will generally be in the region of €10,000, however larger grants may be awarded in respect of exceptional projects.  

Expirty date: Grants are available on a quarterly basis. 

Please click link for more information: http://www.esb.ie/main/community-sponsorship/electricaid-faqs.jsp


 

 


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