The fundamental goal of Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership is to provide opportunities for everyone in our communities to partake in sport and physical activity regardless of age, ability or background through our dedicated programmes, services and facilities.
With restrictions associated with the public health response to the Coronavirus pandemic, a Return to Sport and Physical Activity Grant 2022 has been established. It has been designed in order to aid clubs and community groups to help them return sport and physical activity following the lifting of restrictions. The funding is made available by Sport Ireland and is administered by the Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership.
If your organization has any difficulty in accessing the application form and additional documentation, please get in touch with me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com and I’ll do everything possible to assist.
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