Donegal bands to benefit from Age & Opportunity funding – Highland Radio

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46 Donegal groups are to share €22,650 in funding from Age & Opportunity.

Grants are awarded to groups to promote physical activity among seniors.

The grant scheme, a combined initiative of Age & Opportunity and Sport Ireland, will distribute €514,120 to 995 groups across the country.

Successful Donegal groups are:

Ardara Care of the Aged Day Centre, Termon GAA, Naomh Colmcille GAA, Cara House Family Resource Center Ltd FRC, Áislann Rann na Feirste, Raphoe Family Resource Center CLG, Coole Cranford Community Centre, Coiste Cultúrtha Loch an Lúir, Malin GAA Club, Radharc na Cille Residents Association, Dunkineely Active Age Group ARA, Kincasslagh Rowing Club, Donegal Bay Sub Aqua Club Search & Recovery Unit, Twin Towns Friday Club Ballybofey/Stranorlar ARA, Gaelic for Mothers & Others, Crossroads Killygordon Wednesday Club for Older People and Curling, CLG Naomh Padraig Uisce Chaoin, Spraoi Agus Sport Family Center Ltd, Inishowen Sub Aqua Club, Moville & District Family Resource Center Ltd FRC, Kurling Club Raphoe ARA, Deele Community Anglers, Mens Shed Carn, Fahan ICA, Maghery Senior Social Club, Cranford Womens Group, Greencastle Community Dev. Co. Ltd, Ardara ICA, Mná Phort Mhaise, Sliabh Sneacht Community and Heritage Centre, CLG Na Cealla Beaga (Killybegs GAA), Ballybofey and Stranorlar Women’s Group, Castlefin 50 – 60+ Group, Letterkenny Community Center Ltd, Kinlough ICA Guild, Donegal Family Resource Center Ltd FRC, Pobal Eascarragh Teo, Lifford 50+ Group ARA, Ballyshannon & District ARA, Comhlacht Forbartha An Tearmainn, Tir Chonaill U3A Errigal Branch, The Forge Family Resource Center FRC, South West Donegal Communities Partnership Ltd, Serenity ARA, Active Elders Lettermacaward and Doochary, Naomh Ultan GAA.

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