Pobal SSNO Programme Funding – Application deadline is 3pm, 31st January.
8 Jan 2019
Pobal, on behalf of the Department of Rural and Community Development (DRCD) are inviting applications for funding from eligible organisations under the Scheme to Support National Organisations (SSNO) 2019-2022. Details about the new programme and the application process is available on https://www.pobal.ie/programmes/scheme-to-support-national-organisations-ssno/. The closing date for receipt of applications is 3pm on Thursday 31st January,…
Developing effective and accountable nonprofits Seminar – 6th March, TUD
4 Jan 2019
Carmichael are participating in the ‘Developing effective and accountable nonprofits’ seminar to be held on the 6th of March 2019 (9am – 1pm) in Technology University Dublin, Blanchardstown Campus. Irish Nonprofit organisations are facing unprecedented challenges, with increased demand, difficulties in raising funds, increased regulation and reduced trust in the sector. This seminar will explore…
C.E. positions available
6 Dec 2018
View https://www.carmichaelireland.ie/about-us/vacancies/ for more information on current C.E. vacancies.
Funding from Google.org – Impact Challenge
29 Nov 2018
Google.org is contributing €1M to 15 organisations dedicated to tackling important social issues and creating opportunity for Dublin. Local nonprofits and social enterprises are invited to submit innovative proposals and 15 finalists will receive €50,000 grants, training and volunteer support from Google. Applications due December 6 2018. For more information visit https://impactchallenge.withgoogle.com/dublin2018.
2018 Good Governance Awards Winners
16 Nov 2018
Congratulations to all the winners for the 2018 Good Governance Awards!! A big thanks to everyone who submitted their entries this year, keep up the good work. For the Annual Report & Financial Statements Awards: Category 1 Winner – Care Alliance Category 2 Winner – Aidlink Category 3 Winner – Camara Education Category 4 Winner – CMRF…
Discover more about the inspiring work of our resident member organisations, their impact and the difference they make to communities across the country. This month our featured story is Show Racism the Red Card.
Show Racism the Red Card is a charity set up to tackle racism. Through producing education resources harnessing the profile of sports starts, we reach up to 20,000 young people through our programme of activities. Our activities include:
- Anti Racism workshops / training
- Wear Red Day against racism
- Anti Racism Creative Competition
- Football Against Racism in Europe fortnight
- Club Welcome refugees
We moved to the Carmichael Centre as the best option for a small charity. Carmichael provides low cost office space, shared office facilities including postage, printing, reception and finance support services. We benefited from good governance code training and as a consequence were one of the first of 300 out of 8,000 charities to be fully compliant. Carmichael is a good space to support small organisations who are limited by resources. It provides a space and resource to allow a small organisation have as big an impact as possible. There is a case for a similar model to be in other cities, we are lucky to have Carmichael in Dublin.
Social Innovation Ireland have announced three new funds.
If your innovative project creates impact through sports, arts and culture, or is focused on early childhood outcomes then Learn more here.
Have you submitted your entry for this year’s Good Governance Awards?
Remember this year there is a new award type for “Best Governance Improvement Initiative”
Final entry deadline 14th September 2018
The Department of Children & Youth Affairs has announcing a €100,000 grant scheme to make services across the country more accessible to LGBTI+ young people.
The funding is the first of a number of announcements as the LGBTI+ National Youth Strategy becomes a reality.
Now in its third year, the Good Governance Awards is an initiative that recognises and encourages adherence to good governance practice by nonprofits in Ireland. The 2018 application process is now open and the closing date for entries is 14th September, 2018.
This year there is a new award type for “Best Governance Improvement Initiative”. This new award will recognise initiatives that have been taken in the last 12-18 months to improve the quality of your governance. Entries for this award will need to set out (briefly – max 750 words) the governance issue(s) that were addressed, the actions taken, and the impact that this has had for your organisation.
On behalf of Carmichael, thank you to everyone who attended and took part in our annual fundraiser the 2018 Dublin May Choral Concert. This concert is a flagship event in the choral calendar and takes place annually in the beautiful setting of St Patrick’s Cathedral. This year the theme was Mozart’s Requiem with pieces by Bach, Grieg and Schutz. The event attracted a large crowd from home and abroad and the ongoing support we receive every year allows us to continue the vital work that we do both locally and nationally and through the provision of our shared services facilities.
We would like to extend a special thank you to our performers and soloists to the Young Euroepan Strings Chamber Orchestra and to the ongoing support of the wonderful Goethe-Institut Choir. To our volunteers on the night, those who attended on the night and the staff of St Patricks Cathedral we are deeply grateful for your support.
This event was proudly sponsored in 2018 by Arthur Cox, Bar of Ireland, BHP Insurance, CRH, Eversheds Sutherland, KPMG, Quilter Cheviot, Quinn Downes and Xilinx. We would also like to acknowledge Independent News & Media and Dublin City FM for your promotional support of this event. To all of the above organisations – a sincere thank you.