Dublin Airport’s Community Fund To Reopen For Applications
Dublin Airport’s Community Fund will reopen for applications on Monday, October 19 and will remain open for a period of six weeks, closing Monday, November 30.
The airport’s €10 million Community Fund was launched in 2017 with an annual investment of €400,000 over 25 years.
The Community Fund supports local projects that make a positive contribution to neighbouring communities around Dublin Airport from Santry south of the airport to Rolestown in the north and from Tyrrelstown on the west to Portmarnock on the east.
Organisations that have received funding in the past are welcome to submit applications for new projects. The team is available to answer any queries applicants may have on email@example.com.
Awards from the Community Fund are made by an independent Grant Making Panel.
The Fund also supports up to 10 students per year from economic disadvantaged backgrounds to enable them to attend Dublin City University (DCU) via its Access Programme.
Groups applying for funding can find an easy how-to-apply guide along with an application form on the airport’s website HERE.