Re: Glounthaune Kiddies Eco.Trail, D597 Dear Glounthaune Tidy Towns,
On behalf of the Chairman and my fellow Board Members, I would like to thank you for applying to the IPB Community Engagement Fund. You are one of almost 600 applicants who took the time to prepare an application that has provided great insight into the challenges that face the volunteering sector in our country today.
Following careful review and appraisal of all applications under the Fund’s assessment criteria we have now concluded the evaluation stage and I am delighted to inform you that your application for funding has been successful. The funding amount awarded is €5,000.
This conditional funding award is subject to the return of a signed funding agreement and supporting documentation which will be reviewed and verified by IPB. Máiréad Conway, Head of Corporate Social Engagement will be in touch with you shortly to formalise these funding arrangements. Please refrain from making any public announcements until such time as you are provided with formal notification.
As the mutual insurer for Ireland’s local authorities we share in our Member’s ethos to support and promote community endeavour and the spirit of volunteerism as demonstrated by your group in making your community a better place to live. Our Corporate Social Engagement Framework, is designed around, and delivered on behalf of, our Members. We are absolutely committed to long-term engagement in community initiatives that make a real societal impact in building a better Ireland.
Thank you once again for your submission and congratulations on your successful application. I would like to take this opportunity to wish your project every success and I look forward to hearing about its progress over the next 12 months.
Chief Executive Officer
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