Significant projects for an organisation’s development require a structured and planned approach, when making a successful grant application. Public funding programmes have strict funding criteria and application processes, our expert advice will guide you through the system to ensure you maximise the grant potential and achieve a successful outcome. Our experienced team will help you come to informed decisions that are in the best interests of your organisation.
Do you have a large scale project in mind but not sure how to bring the idea to reality? With our feasibility study, 2into3 will undertake a detailed analysis which will examine your proposed project’s practicality and the likelihood of it succeeding. Our recent feasibility study clients include Two Mile House, Westport Golf Club and Sáile.
Community Centres Investment Fund has recently expanded to fund shovel ready projects with a 95% grant at €1 Million to 5 Million in funding available from the Government. 2into3 can assist you in application and help you get your project and the financial analysis inline with the Government’s Public Spending Code. Our recent clients include Castlebar Town FC and Glinsk Community Group.
Our grants team can provide a business case for development based on the five stage case model – strategic, economic, commercial, financial and management considerations. We recently completed a business cases for Glinsk Community Development, which was central to the application for Community Centre Investment Funding 2023.
Heritage & Arts
We have successfully attracted two heritage based grants for the upkeep and restoration of a listed building in Cobh, Co. Cork. The process involved highlighting unique characteristics of this listed building and the wider community impact the investment would represent. We liaised with heritage conservation architects and submitted two successful proposals to the Historic Structures Fund 2023 and the Esme Mitchell Fund.
The LEADER programme has helped rural communities improve their quality of life and economic activity in their areas through community-led local development. 2into3 can help expand your rural tourism, enterprise development, basic services that help hard-to-reach communities, rural youth and renewable energy.
The Large Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund is a government initiative which supports major investment in sports facilities. These projects are primarily undertaken by NGBs and local authorities which has significant impact on the sporting infrastructure of their communities. We are currently working with Basketball Ireland to submit proposals for theie national basketball stadium and have completed a feasibility study into a potential LSSIF project in Kinsale, Co. Cork.
This Peace Plus is a continuation of the peace process investment in Northern Ireland and border counties, which is running until 2027. At 2into3, we have been involved in the development of project proposals for future youth arts projects.
We work with nonprofit organisations across many different subsectors – arts and culture; sports; local development; rural development; social services; environment to name but a few. All these organisations share a common purpose of improving services and seek public funding to further their work.
We have worked with community groups, sports clubs, National Governing Bodies (NGBs) and special interest groups in order to access Government and EU grants. We ensure that the grant is the correct fit for your organisation and then make the relevant submission which reflects your work and highlights your plans.
Many of our clients have successfully secured their capital project target while remaining sustainable. To date, we have secured over €3.3m in capital project funding for sporting bodies and nonprofit organisations. In the latest round of Sports Capital Grant applications, 2into3 has helped 14 clubs and sporting organisations to secure a total of €2 million in grants.
Taking the first step
If you would like to discuss 2into3’s Grant Services, please contact Patricia Keenan at +353 (0)86 065 7347