Limerick Sports Partnership will receive an additional €204,665 to assist sport in recovering and growing in the aftermath of the COVID-19. Olympians Sarah Lavin and Roisin Upton are pictured.
Limerick Sports Partnership has received additional funds as part of a substantial government commitment.
Limerick Sports Partnership will receive an additional €204,665 as part of the government’s initiatives to assist sport in recovering and growing in the aftermath of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Under two different support programmes launched by the Departments of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Sport Ireland, a total of 78.9 million euros has been awarded to National Governing Bodies and the Sports Partnership Network.
The money will be used to help sports organisations rebuild and flourish after the pandemic, as well as to help our grassroots athletes.