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Youth Work Ireland’s Westside project and the Forum Adolescent Support Programme will both benefit from capital grants announced by the Government.
The Galway City Council has nominated the communities of Doughiska, Roscam, and Ardaun for the Pride of Place competition 2014.
One-off grants are available to Galway city and county community groups and voluntary organisations, but applications need to made as soon as possible.
Three youth services in Westmeath are to receive funding of some €260,000 for 2011; Athlone Youth Information Centre, Midlands Project Athlone, and Mullingar Youth Response Project. The funding was announced by Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald this week. Athlone Youth Information Centre is set to receive €58, 230, Midlands Project Athlone will get €101,988, and Mullingar Youth Response Project will get funding of €92,168. Longford Youth Services Project also received funding of €92,168 from the Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.
'Stand Up' is an awareness week beginning Friday April 9 to 18. This week has been developed by BelongTo which is a national LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) youth organisation which works to combat homophobia in young people.
An organisation which is committed to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month.
Youth services in Athlone received a boost this week with the news that the offices of the Midlands Regional Youth Service (MRYS) on Church Street is to get a grant of just under €5,000.
Two blocks of a similar size – one of brass, the other plasticine. Which one would displace the most water when dropped into a beaker? If you don't know the answer, then maybe it's time you headed back to school – or maybe not.
Irish Wheelchair Association’s national fundraising Angel Campaign, is taking place on Friday November 14 and will be launched at a coffee morning in the Annebrook Hotel.