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Cork City Council Scouting/Guides Small Capital Grants Scheme 2017

Cork City Council recognises the important contribution made by the scouting and girl-guide movements in Cork City, encouraging the development of children and young people from the age of five/six to reach their full potential. This non formal education, learning through fun, adventure and discovery provides an invaluable resource and opportunity for the City’s young people on an ongoing basis.

The City Council also recognises the limited financial supports available to these organisations to support their work.

The City Council, through its Scouting/Guides Small Capital  Grants Scheme seeks to assist these voluntary organisations in a modest way by providing small capital grants to allow for minor works to premises.

 

Scheme Details:-

  • The Scheme allows for minor capital towards enhancement of premises.
  • The Scheme is open to Scouting Ireland groups, Irish  Girl Guide or Catholic Guides of Ireland units in Cork City

 

Conditions of the Grant Scheme

( i) Grant applications

 Applications will be considered from Scouting Ireland groups, Irish Girl Guide and Catholic Guides of Ireland units in Cork City

The grant applicant must be operating within the City boundary and its premises located within the City area, or provide evidence where a premises is located outside the boundary, that the majority of its members live within the City area.

Only one application will be considered per group/unit:

  • Applications will only be accepted by means of submission of the prescribed application forms
  • The grant application form must be completed in full with supporting estimates/quotations attached
  • The applicant must have a lease or license greater than 5 years for the property or provide a letter of comfort from the landlord.

 

( ii)   Proposed Works

  • Works must be of a capital nature involving improvements to premises. Equipment will not be funded. Estimates of work cost will have to be submitted with grant application.
  • Time line for delivery of project if grant is awarded will have to be
  • provided.

 

(iii)    Other

  •  Receipts will have to be provided if a grant is awarded prior to any drawdown          
  • An acknowledgement sign may be required to be erected where appropriate.

   It is anticipated that the maximum grant awarded will be € 500.

How to apply:

Applications forms are available from the Recreation & Sports Section,   Cork City Council , City Hall Cork-.

T.:- 021- 4924729,  E mail recreation@corkcity.ie or by downloading from the City Council’s website News and FeaturesCompleted forms with all supporting documentation should be returned  to the Administrative Officer, Recreation & Sports Section ,  Cork City Council , City Hall Angelsea Street Cork before 5pm 10th November  2017 (post  or e mail recreation@corkcity.ie)

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