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Gaelic Games 2024 Local Disability Fund Now Open for Applications

Mon 13th May

Tara Gleeson


Gaelic Games’ commitment to inclusivity and community support continues with the launch of the ‘Local Disability Fund’, a pivotal initiative aimed at bolstering Disability Supports Clubs across the 26-county region. As an integral component of this year’s National Governing Bodies Dormant Accounts funding call, the fund is geared towards empowering clubs affiliated to the GAA, LGFA, and Camogie Association, including Handball and Rounders clubs.

The funding is designed to assist in the provision of inclusive programmes and supports for people with a disability. Funding can support new inclusive initiates and/or those already established in Gaelic Games clubs.

Clubs can apply for funding of between €1,000 and €3,000 to support any one of the following three areas: 1. Disability Supports Education & Training, 2. Disability Supports Programme Activation and Delivery. 3.Disability Supports Small Scale Equipment and Infrastructure.

This online funding application process will remain open until 23.45 on Sunday, May 19th.

Apply HERE


Successful clubs will be announced on June 9th on the GAA website


LGFA website Link:

Camogie Association website Link:

Applying does not guarantee that funding will be approved. This application requires sign-off by a member of your club executive and usage of an official or email address linked to your club executive (e.g. chair, secretary, treasurer, PRO, Healthy Club officer).

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