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National Lottery Good Causes Awards 2022

Applications are now open!

The National Lottery are seeking entries to this year’s Good Causes Awards. The competition will culminate with a National Final awards ceremony which will take place in Autumn 2022.

The Awards program, now in its 4th year, is open to any organisation that received ‘Good Causes’ funding between 2017-2021. The seven categories under which beneficiaries can enter are Sport, Health & Wellbeing, Arts & Culture, Heritage, Youth, Community & Irish Language. Organisations and groups can find out if they are eligible to enter and apply online at http://www.lottery.ie/goodcausesawards. Closing date for applications is Friday March 25th, 6pm.

ou can enter the National Lottery Good Causes Awards if you or your organisation, project or club has received funding through the following National Lottery part-funded schemes between 2017-2021:

  • Sports – Sports Capital Programme or any funding issued through Sport Ireland
  • Arts & Culture – Any funding provided through the Arts Council of Ireland
  • Heritage – Any funding provided through the Heritage Council of Ireland.
  • Youth – Funding issued by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (i.e. UBU Your Place, Your Space grants, Targeted Youth Funding Schemes or Youth Information Centre’s)
  • Health – Funding from the HSE National Lottery Grant Scheme
  • Community – Any National Lottery part-funded scheme administered by Department of Rural & Community Development (Senior Alert Schemes or Scheme to Support National Organisations (SSNO)
  • Irish Language – Any Irish Language support provided through the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media

Your organisation can check their eligibility here – https://bit.ly/35V9RmE.

raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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