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Foras na Gaeilge, the body responsible for the promotion of the Irish language throughout the whole island of Ireland, was founded on the second day of December 1999. Foras na Gaeilge is proud of its role in advising administrations, North and South, as well as public bodies and other groups in the private and voluntary sectors in all matters relating to the Irish language as well as the supportive projects it undertakes with grant-aiding bodies and groups throughout the island of Ireland.
Ciste Infheistíochta na Gaeilge is responsible for the delivery of a new innovative fund which provide funding towards much needed capital projects and works with groups to maximise funding from other sources. Therefore, plays a crucial role in the continued growth of the Irish language across the North.
Ciste Infheistíochta Gaeilge is recognized as an influential and pro-active funder by Government and other funding bodies in the north of Ireland. They have quickly established excellent working relationships with these other major funders and our input is often sought when funding decisions are to be made.
Mid Ulster District Council, provides funding for Carntogher Community Association in a range of areas including Irish language, Culture and Arts.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is the development and funding agency for the Arts in Northern Ireland.
They distribute public money and National Lottery funds to develop and deliver a wide variety of arts projects, events and initiatives across Northern Ireland.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK. They believe that understanding, valuing and sharing our heritage brings people together, inspires pride in communities and boosts investment in local economies.
Conradh na Gaeilge is the democratic forum for the Irish-speaking community. The Conradh has over 200 branches and numerous individual members registered around the world, members that work hard to promote the use of Irish in their own areas. Conradh na Gaeilge’s main aim is to promote the use of Irish as the standard language in Ireland.