The application process for €35 million of funding announced within Budget 2023 to support NGB's and their clubs has now opened.
The funding offers fuel and energy supports to clubs who are feeling the pressure of the current energy crisis, and help them to support their athletes throughout the coming months in preparation for the new year.
Minister of State for Sport and the Gaeltacht, Jack Chambers TD, added:“This Government is committed to a healthy, vibrant sports sector as we all know the many benefits that involvement in sport and physical activity bring to individuals and communities. Grassroots clubs as well as National Governing Bodies are key components of the sports sector and I am very pleased to be able to support them through the Energy Support Scheme. This will help to ensure clubs and communities can keep their floodlights on, sports halls heated and cover a range of energy related costs over the colder, darker winter months.”
Funding guidelines have been distributed to all Sport Ireland funded NGBs. Any club affiliated with an NGB are encouraged to reach out to their respective NGB to apply.
For more information, visit the Sport Ireland website. The closing date for applications from is Friday, November 25th 2022.
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