Named after the late Thurles entrepreneur and businessman, The ‘Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary’ was established in 2013 by the Tony Ryan Trust to give support to initiatives across Co. Tipperary
Almost 12,000 people in County Tipperary are projected to benefit from the latest round of small grants awarded from The Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary at The Community Foundation for Ireland.
€120,000 was awarded to 31 not-for-profit
The Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary was established in 2013, by the Tony Ryan Trust, to give financial support to evidence-based initiatives that support children and young people in the county to reach their full potential. The core focus of the funding was to improve the life experience of children and young people living in County Tipperary. Funding of €1.9 million was committed and disbursed over a five-year timeframe. So far the fund has awarded €1.8 million to projects in Tipperary.
List of “Loving our Land” 2018 grants:
Ard Ross Residents Association
Moyne Road/ Bellevue Residents Association
Knockanrawley Resource Centre (KRC)
Rehab Group (RehabCare Newport Day Service)
Silvermines Enhancement Group
Cloughjordan Community Farm CLG
Tipperary Excel Heritage Company ltd.,
Irish Wheelchair Association
Kilsheelan Tidy Towns
Terryglass Improvements Association
Newcastle Community Development Group
South Tipperary Beekeepers Association
Roscrea Cares CLG trading as Age Friendly Roscrea
Ballyporeen Community Council Ltd
Cloughjordan No 1 NS School Garden
Burncourt Community Council CLG
Ballingarry Parish Field.
Donohill Development Council
Ardfinnan Community Council Company Limited
Cappawhite National School
Birdhill Tidy Towns Committee
Circle of Friends Cancer Support Centre CLG
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Toor Tidy Village
Cloughjordan Arts CLG
St Cronans Association CLG
To learn more about the Tony Ryan Fund for Tipperary visit http://www.
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