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Community Finance Ireland Events

On July 2nd 2020 we will introduce our new all-island identity Community Finance Ireland Choose Change with a series of webinars, a new all –island website, a refresh of our social media channels and the introduction of a new Podcast Series.


We are delighted to invite you to join us at either, or both of our webinars.
 
10am - Community Finance Ireland: Sustaining Communities beyond Covid-19 

A discussion on the all-island impact of Covid-19 on communities & how they can be supported into recovery hosted by Dil Wickremasinghe, with a panel including Noel McGrath, All-Ireland-winning Tipperary hurler and founder of Limitless Minds; Jenny Irvine, CEO ARC Healthy Living Centre and Irvinestown Trustee Enterprise Company (ITEC) and Phelim Sharvin and Donal Traynor from Community Finance Ireland (formerly UCIT).


For further information or to register please click on the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/community-finance-ireland-sustaining-comm...

3pm - Community Finance Ireland: Supporting the Grassroots beyond Covid-19 


A special Q&A with Community Finance Ireland (formerly UCIT) Associate Directors, Dónal Traynor and Phelim Sharvin.
For anyone interested or involved in a local community group, this is a great opportunity to seek guidance or advice on social finance supports to see your organisation through the Covid-19 crisis and beyond. The discussion will also explore how the Covid-19 crisis has impacted on sports groups, social housing projects, faith-based groups, social enterprises and wider communities across the island of Ireland. Attendees are welcome to submit questions during the online event or in advance via Facebook, where a recording of the event will be also be available afterwards.


For further information or to register please click on the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/community-finance-ireland-supporting-the-...
 

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