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The Irish Cancer Society’s grant aid programme for affiliated cancer support centres is now open for applications and the society is inviting all affiliated centres, including Cara Iorrais Cancer Support Centre and Mayo Cancer Support Association to apply for funds. The Irish Cancer Society expects to grant more than half a million euro this year to its affiliates and is welcoming applications from new cancer support centres which wish to become affiliates of the society. The society’s affiliation programme which runs in three-year cycles is a network of groups all across Ireland which provide information and support services to people living with cancer.
The Galway Lawn Tennis Club has kick-started a drive to fund indoor courts at its Threadneedle Road facility.
The Heritage Council has announced that €600,000 will be allocated to heritage projects under its 2015 Community-based Heritage Grants Scheme. The grants will aid in the continuing conservation and development of Irish heritage through the support of local community-based groups.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has issued a reminder to community groups and organisations in Mayo that application forms for the 2015 National Lottery Health grants went live on the Department of Health’s website on Tuesday.
Castlebar College of Further Education (CCFE) has welcomed the clarification by Student Grant Organisation SUZI to ease confusion in relation to August 1 not being the final cut-off closing date for grant applications. CCFE Director Tony Deffely has welcomed the clarification by SUZI that this is not a final cut-off date, that student grant applications will continue to be accepted after the August 1 deadline. He also welcomed their effort to ease confusion by stating that applications for Colleges of Further Education should not be confused with application of student grants.
Groups in Mayo are being urged to apply for a €25,000 grant, which is to be awarded to five innovative sport and activity programmes across the country.
Despite an announcement that there would be changes to the eligibility criteria for those who are applying for a number of housing grants for older people and people with disabilities, the old criteria is still being used to assess applicants for the scheme.
Almost 70 instances of housing adaptations and aid for the disabled and the elderly cannot be carried out this year in Galway city due to Government slashing of funding for such services.
The Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC) team would like to wish all their attendees a healthy and happy New Year and to get you all off to a new start, the January’s MOCC will take place on Wednesday, January 9, at 9.30am in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar where the facilitator for the first month of the year will be Donncha Hughes, business advisor and trainer (www.startuphughes.com) who will focus on ‘New Year, New You and Setting Goals for 2013’.