The Sport for Young People Small Grant Scheme is an initiative of the DCSN.
The Dublin City Sports Network (DCSN) was established in 2001. Its aim is to promote participation in Sport & Physical Activity throughout Dublin City, by raising awareness of the activities and facilities available in the city and by developing programmes and events to encourage people to participate in sport & physical activity. The network brings together key stakeholders from across the city such as Dublin City Council, the Health Services Executive, the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee, the Federation of Irish Sports and members of National Governing Bodies of Sport. These stakeholders take a planned and strategic approach to the development of sport & physical activities targeting in particular groups who traditionally have low participation rates in sport & physical activity such as young women.
The purpose of the Sport for Young People Small Grants scheme is to provide a small grant which will help to increase participation in sport by young people across the city and to increase participation by young people throughout Dublin in physical activity.
The DCSN Grant Information Booklet (PDF – download here) contains details such as eligibility, details on the process etc; The Grant Application Form (PDF – download here) must be filled in by all applicants; Finally, if you have not previously applied for this grant, please also return a completed signed copy of the Bank Details Form (DOCX – download here) with your Application Form to ourselves.
Copies can also be obtained by calling (01) 2227852 or by email: dcsn[at]dublincity.ie. Signed documentation can be submitted via:
- post to Dublin City Sports Network, c/o Dublin City Council, Culture, Recreation and Amenity Department, Block 4 – Floor 0, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
- signed, scanned and sent to dcsn[at]dublincity.ie
- or handed in directly at Civic Offices.
The closing date is Monday the 12th of May at 5pm. Please note that in the event of over-subscription, grant applications will be shortlisted.