Minister Ring has announced €505,000 cash injection for 10 Mayo community groups supporting the Covid 19 response. They include community and voluntary organisations, charities and Social Enterprises in Mayo supported through COVID-19 Stability Fund.

The Fund provides immediate, short term cash flow to qualifying organisations which provide critical services to those most vulnerable in society. The funding has been prioritised for those organisations which are most in need and have seen their trading and/or fundraising income drop significantly during the crisis.

This is the first tranche of funding allocations under the €35 million COVID-19 Stability Fund announced by the Minister in May. Further allocations will be made in the coming weeks.

The following groups in Mayo have benefitted from this initial tranche of allocations under the COVID-19 Stability Fund:

RECIPIENT

PURPOSE

AMOUNT (€)

Castlebar Social Services Company

Supports to disadvantaged individuals and communities

41,603

Comharchumann Forbartha Chill tSeadna Teoranta/ Geesala Community Cooperative

Services for Older Persons

46,371

Crossmolina Community Council Company

Services for Older Persons

11,497

Dolmen Rainbow Cleaners, Ballina

Supports to disadvantaged individuals and communities

42,367

Killala Community Centre

Services for Older Persons

66,533

Kilmovee Community Housing

Supports to disadvantaged individuals and communities

26,620

Knockmore/Rathduff Economic and Social Development Company

Services for Older Persons

28,858

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

Adult and Children Hospice Services

200,000

Moy Innovations Company, Ballina

Health and wellbeing Services

33,796

Moy Valley Resources, Ballina

Services for Older Persons

8,199

 

 

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