Coca-Cola this week revealed the 23 shortlisted non-profit organisations in the going to get a share of this year’s Coca-Cola Thank You Fund, consisting of Dublin-based groups Shannon’s Hopeline, the Peter McVerry Count On, and also The Backyard.
Shannon’s Hopeline is looking for financing to sustain the ‘Be Kind to Your Mind’ workshop that will certainly supply youngsters with the capacities as well as tools to grasp tough scenarios with confidence.
The Peter McVerry Trust is seeking support for the growth of a standard demands Fund, created to offer young people access to the tools they need on their job or instruction journey.
The Backyard is a social enterprise in Dublin seeking financing to run a Work environment Preparedness Programme that includes training and also development for youths to prepare them for a return to function.
Leaders of the 23 shortlisted projects will be welcomed to go to a special abilities and networking workshop delivered by Coca-Cola Thank You Fund companions at the Irish Youth Foundation and Youth Action Northern Ireland, prior to pitching their project ideas to a panel of judges for the possibility to safeguard an activation grant of EUR10,000 or EUR5,000.