Community Gain Fund

We recognise the importance of being part of the wider community and have established a community gain fund that will have positive impacts on our neighbours.





For more information, please visit the Dublin City Council Community Gain Fund page.

Community Gain Fund Recipients

Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre

Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre

Awarded €1.4 million for refurbishment project.

Railway Union Sports Club

Railway Union Sports Club

Awarded €1.1 million to expand and refurbish the club’s facilities.

Stella Maris Rowing Club

Stella Maris Rowing Club

Awarded €480,000 for redevelopment works.

Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club

Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club

Awarded €300,000 to upgrade the club’s facilities.

Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association

Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association

Awarded €227,000 for construction of new "Sea Adventure" playground at Sean Moore Park.

Marian College

Marian College

Awarded €225,000 to develop new sport hall.

River Sweeper Boat

Irish Nautical Trust

Awarded 180,000 for purchase of river sweeper boat to clean the River Liffey.

 

Ringsend & District Response to Drugs

Ringsend & District Response to Drugs

Awarded €130,000 for renovation works and purchase of van.

St. Matthew's National School

St. Matthew's National School

Awarded €115,000 to extend and refurbish the sports hall.

St. Patrick's Church

St. Patrick's Church

Awarded €106,000 to restore stained-glass windows at historic Ringsend church.

St. Patrick's Boys National School

St. Patrick's Boys National School

Awarded €55,161 to resurface the play area.

St. Patricks Rowing Club

St. Patrick's Rowing Club

Awarded €26,000 to purchase racing skiff boat.

Raytown Angling Club

Raytown Angling Club

Awarded €12,000 to purchase rigid inflatable boat.

Dublin Vikings Dragon Boat Club

Dublin Vikings Dragon Boat Club

Awarded €6,500 for purchase of equipment and utilities.