Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grant Scheme

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Dublin Waste to Energy Grant Recipients 2016

Dublin Waste to Energy Grant Recipients 2017

Dublin Waste to Energy Grant Recipients 2019

In accordance with its terms of reference, the Community Gain Liaison Committee (the Committee) developed the Dublin Waste to Energy Community Gain Projects Grant Scheme (the Scheme) which is an agreed mechanism to assess and fund proposals from local community groups, voluntary organisations, environmental, arts and educational groups, sports clubs, individuals and businesses for the development of environmental, community, educational and recreational projects.  The Scheme is funded by Dublin Waste to Energy Limited through its Community Gain Fund and the disbursement of grants is facilitated by Dublin City Council.  Applications are invited to submit proposals to the Scheme for assessment by the Committee and the amount to be contributed, if any, towards a proposed project is at the absolute discretion of the Committee. The local area to benefit from qualifying projects comprises the areas of Irishtown, Ringsend and Sandymount, as defined on the map below.  Priority is given to projects that enhance their local area and in so doing provide the maximum opportunity to advance community, educational, recreational and environmental initiatives.

Community Gain Fund Map (Note: Scheme catchment area coloured yellow)

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