Irish Youth Foundation

In 2015 nearly 70 projects across Ireland received funding thanks to the generosity of businesses throughout the country. Employees in companies donate an hour of their pay and on average, companies raise €1,200.This year our Children's Hour fund focuses on funding homework clubs, educational programmes and personal development programmes in the voluntary and community sector for children under 12 years of age. Deadline for applications is 5pm September 17th. If your project is successful in being shortlisted for funding you will be informed in October and the grant will be released from IYF January 2016.
Please reference the Funding Criteria Document for more information on how the application will be processed.This also details the questions asked in the online form if you wish to prepare them in advance of filling in online. Maximum Grant Application is €1200.

Note: The IYF does not fund schools or commercial projects. When submitting this application please complete ALL questions and complete in one sitting.

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