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Eleven Limerick projects to benefit from COVID19 Stability Fund

COVID19 Stability Fund recipients St Gabriel’s School and Center in Dooradoyle pictured above will receive the highest possible national allocation of €200,000
Eleven Limerick projects to benefit from COVID19 Stability Fund
COVID19 Stability Fund

The Narrative 4 will get €22,607 from the fund. Picture: Patrick Comerford

Eleven organisations in Limerick are to benefit from more than €390,000 from the third tranche of the COVID19 Stability Fund.

The aim of the Stability Fund is to help the community and voluntary, charity and social enterprises experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has impacted their fundraising or trade income.

Minister of State for Skills and Further Education and Fianna Fáil TD for Limerick County Niall Collins has welcomed the additional €394,336 funding from the COVID-19 Stability Fund for projects in Limerick.




Minister Collins said the funding will “provide immediate assistance to community and voluntary groups, charities and social enterprise”. Saying the groups who will benefit from the funding have “put their communities first during this unprecedented pandemic”, having made “huge sacrifices to help others”.

“Today’s funding will be a welcome cash injection to support them in their most important work,” concluded Minister Collins.

Limerick Fine Gael TD Kieran O’Donnell has also welcomed the funding which will help organisations in Limerick that provide “critical services to those most vulnerable in communities across and it is only right that we support them”.

With St Gabriel’s School and Center in Dooradoyle to receive the highest possible national allocation of €200,000, Deputy O’Donnell said, “I commend all in St. Gabriel’s for the great service they provide.”

The 11 organisations to benefit from the funding are:

Organisation Name County Allocation
258819V St Gabriel’s School and Centre Ltd Limerick €200,000
592156O Caherconlish Community Centre Council Limited Limerick €60,939
286498M Ballybrown Clarina Community Council Limerick €6,353
518377M Mid West Deaf Association Limerick €2,000
710961S Pallasgreen Templebraden Community Council Limerick €9,201
165472Q Samaritans of Limerick & Tipperary Limerick €37,539
378454D West Limerick Community Radio Limerick €18,853
652097H Abbeyfeale Community Council Limerick €13,227
857534T Broadford community enterprise centre CLG Limerick €17,311
924445R Knocklong Development Association CLG Limerick €6,306
981781I Narrative 4 CLG Limerick €22,607
    Total €394,336
For previous stories about the COVID19 Stability Fund go HERE 
For more info on St. Gabriel’s School & Centre go HERE 

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