Funders

Clare Immigrant Support Centre is very grateful for the ongoing financial assistance we receive from a range of funding sources including Community Integration Fund, Clare Local Development Company, Clare County Council, Tusla, HSE, Dormant Accounts, Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration; European Commission under the Asylum Migration Integration Fund 2014 – 2020 and AMIF 2019-2022, Rethink Ireland 2020, International Organisation for Migration.

This funding goes towards specific pieces of work or programmes and also to cover our core running costs.

We could not continue to make the impact we do without the invaluable ongoing support and engagement of our volunteers and funders.

 

Update August 2020

Clare Immigrant Support Centre welcomes Innovate Together 2020 one year funding in August 2020 and is delighted to be one of the projects to receive this funding.

"Since the onset of COVID 19  restriction time we have seen how essential it is to keep contact and continue service delivery by email, Whatsapp, phone, Zoom, website updates and messages to Direct Provision Centres as well as to individuals in Clare and now we have an opportunity with this funding to strengthen that delivery and delve further into hard to reach communities. As we face an unknown future dedicated supports are needed now more than ever" commented Orla Ní Éilí Clare Immigrant Support Centre Coordinator

 

Innovate Together Fund 2020

In partnership with: ZURICH

Responding to the need for new solutions in the 'new normal' post COVID-19

Rethink Ireland Announce €3 million in Awards for 51 COVID-19 Community Response Projects through the Innovate Together Fund.

The COVID-19 crisis is unlike anything Irish society has had to deal with before. It has seen the emergence of new social, economic, and environmental problems, which threaten the stability, sustainability, equality, and inclusivity of the Ireland in which we all want to live and work. We believe innovation is the key to unlocking solutions to these challenges.

That is why Rethink Ireland has collaborated with the Irish Government to create the Innovate Together Fund. With an initial commitment of €5 million from the Department of Rural and Community Development via the Dormant Accounts Fund, Rethink Ireland has raised an additional €0.6 million in funding from corporate partners which include the  Zurich Foundation, Oakfield Trust, Medtronic and Twitter.

Rethink Ireland
Departemt of Justice and Equality
Amif
Government of Ireland
Government of Ireland
European Union AMIF
Tusla
Departemt of Justice and Equality
The Dormant Accounts Fund
Clare County Council
This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014 - 2020 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality.
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