Fifteen community and voluntary groups in Co Mayo are receiving funding totalling €87,000 from money raised during RTE Does Comic Relief.
The grants will supports services that are under financial pressure, and the funds are being distributed through The Community Foundation for Ireland.
1.4 million people tuned into RTE Does Comic Relief on the 26th June.
The marathon 4-hour show was also a huge hit with international audiences, and the money raised came from TV viewers, private and corporate donations, as well as matching funding from Government.
€5.8 million is now being distributed to over 600 groups and organisations across the country by the Community Foundation for Ireland.
20 grants - of between 2,000 and 20,000 euro - have been allocated for 15 community and voluntary groups across Co Mayo, providing support and in many cases a lifeline for people during 2020.
The largest grant of €20,000 goes to the Western Care Association.
€8,580 for South West Mayo Development Company,
€5,000 for Tacú family resource centre in Ballinrobe.
Claremorris Family Resource Centre gets two grants totalling €5,850
Claremorris Social & Family Centre - €2,145
Curam Clainne Ltd, Family life services in Castlebar gets two grants totalling €9,460
Mayo Cancer Support also receives two grants totalling €5,450
with grants totalling €7,000 for Comharcumann Forbatha Cill tSeandna Teo in Geesala.
€3,000 goes to Brickens. Logboy, Tulrahan Housing Assocation
and €2,925 to Ballyhaunis Community Council.
St Coleman's Care Centre, Achill gets two grants worth €7,000.,
There's €3,000 for St Dominick's Housing Association in Newport,
€2,925 for Kilmovee Community Housing and €2,922 for Cairdeas Kilmovee Family Resource Centre,
and €2,437 for Kilmurry Sport & Social Centre Ltd, Ballina