19 Tipperary Organisations Benefit From €10 Million Covid-19 Stability Fund

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Joe O'Brien, Minister of State for Community Development and Charities (Green Party)

Minister Joe O’Brien has announced the distribution of an additional €10 million funding allocated to the COVID-19 Stability Fund. The funding was intended for organisations in danger of imminent closure, due to a reduction in funds-raised or traded income because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Tipperary recipients in this round of top up funding, amounting to over €220,000  are as follows:

North Tipperary Hospice Movement – €58,403 

Cappawhite Community Council – €44,582

South Eastern Mountain Rescue Association – €23,688

Cashel & District Social Services Company – €12,626

Kplan Community Centre – €11,086

Irish Children’s Arthritis Network – €10,214

Tipperary Community Council – €9,084

Sliabh-Ardagh Rural Development – €8,278,

Rosegreen Development Association – €6,271

Carrick on Suir Community Resource Centre – €5,481

Place4U Company – €5,311

St.Vincent’s Day Care Centre – €5,091

Spafield Family Resource Centre – €4,936

Centre For the Elderly Clonmel – €4,194

Roscrea Abbey Community Centre – €3,160

Services Vee Valley Day Care Centre – €3,158

Carmha Ireland – €2,708

Fethard and District Day Care Centre – €2,256

Aiseiri Cahir Designated Activity – €90,500