The funding application process is now open to support GAA clubs in 26 counties in the delivery of inclusive ‘Sport for All’ activities
National Governing Bodies Dormant Accounts Funding was launched last week by Sport Ireland
An online application form is now open to GAA clubs in the 26 counties through which they can apply for Sport Ireland funding to support the delivery of ‘Sports for All’ inclusive activities. This link is for all clubs in the 26-counties affiliated to the GAA, including Handball, Rounders, and any clubs operating under the ‘One Club’ model (both the Camogie Association and LGFA have separate application forms for stand-alone camogie or LGFA clubs affiliated to their associations). The funding is designed to support clubs in the provision of inclusive programmes and supports for people with a disability. The fund is designed to support new inclusive initiates and/or enhance those already established in Gaelic Games clubs.
Clubs can apply for total funding of between €1,000 and €5,000 to support one or all the following three areas:
- Disability Supports Education & Training
- Disability Supports Programme Activation and Delivery
- Disability Supports Small Scale Equipment and Infrastructure.
This application process will close to GAA affiliated clubs at 23.45 on Sunday, August 28th.
It is anticipated that an announcement of funding allocations will be made by Sport Ireland in December 2022. Applying does not guarantee that funding will be approved.
Click on the link below or use the QR code to bring you to the online funding application.