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Community Finance Ireland Invests in Wicklow Communities

Community Finance Ireland Invests in Wicklow Communities

Tinahely Community Sports Hall, Arklow Gerladine’s Ballymoney GAA Club and Hillside ...
Hello Change-makers – We are Open for CBILS applications

Hello Change-makers – We are Open for CBILS applications

Earlier this summer we were accredited as a lender under the Coronavirus Business Interruption ...
Community Finance Ireland Invested €30 million in Communities Over Four Year Period

Community Finance Ireland Invested €30 million in Communities Over Four Year Period

A makeover for the annual ‘Willie Clancy Festival’ in Clare, an upgrade for Ballinasloe Town Hall ...
NI Communities Open For Business as CVSE Sector Funding at Record Level

NI Communities Open For Business as CVSE Sector Funding at Record Level

A leading social finance provider has recorded its highest ever level of funding for the, ...
Community Finance Ireland Welcomes New Funding Initiatives for Community Sector

Community Finance Ireland Welcomes New Funding Initiatives for Community Sector

Community Finance Ireland, the fastest-growing social finance provider across Ireland and the UK, ...
Unprecedented Challenges

Unprecedented Challenges

We are doing everything possible to support community organisations in coming to terms with the ...
FEBEA Hold Board Meeting in Belfast

FEBEA Hold Board Meeting in Belfast

The European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers (FEBEA) held a board ...
Community Finance Ireland Receives An All Star Accreditation for Customer Excellence

Community Finance Ireland Receives An All Star Accreditation for Customer Excellence

Community Finance Ireland were awarded the coveted All-Ireland Business All-Star accreditation at ...
Funding boost for Arts-based Social Enterprise

Funding boost for Arts-based Social Enterprise

A unique social enterprise in Derry is offering art and wellbeing programmes for people with ...

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Job Fairy Alert - Sensational Kids is an innovative, award winning social enterprise that has positively impacted the lives of 6,000+ children with additional needs throughout Ireland, saving their families over €1.5 million in therapy fees.

Karen and her team are looking for two new team members with responsibility for marketing and/or operations and services.

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Placed at the heart of the community in East Belfast, St Donard's Parish is well known as the ‘Church on the Corner’ and for providing a warm and welcoming space for all. We were delighted to help meet their funding needs through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan scheme.
Contact us now for more information - applications close 30th September.
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The final stretch for CBILS applications has arrived. We are here to listen and advise whether CBILS funding is the right solution for your organisation. Contact us now - applications close 30th September.
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Launching tomorrow - the new episode of our #Changemakers podcast where we hear from Brian Mooney from IRD Kiltimagh, County Mayo, on how he and his team don’t believe small towns have to die #choosechange #socialfinance #Mayo

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Launching tomorrow - the new episode of our #Changemakers podcast where we hear from Brian Mooney from IRD Kiltimagh, County Mayo, on how he and his team don’t believe small towns have to die #choosechange #socialfinance #Mayo

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