Scheme to Support National Organisations (SSNO)
The Scheme to Support National Organisations’ overall aim is to provide multi-annual funding towards the core costs of national organisations in Ireland to the community and voluntary sector to assist them to operate and fund core staff positions.
SSNO has an overall budget of in excess of €16m from 2016-2019 and is financed by the Department of Rural and Community Development (DRCD) and administered by Pobal.
SSNO’s primary focus is on the provision of core funding to national organisations that,
- provide supports (both direct and indirect) to those who are disadvantaged
- demonstrate good governance
- deliver services and supports that have a focus on one or more of the following:
- addressing poverty
- addressing social exclusion
- promoting equality
A full list of the 71 organisation’s currently funded by SSNO can be accessed here.
The current round of funding runs from 1st July 2016 until 30th June 2019.
SSNO 2019 – 2022
Mr Seán Canney TD, Minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development, on 31st May, 2019 announced funding of €18.5m over the coming three years to 73 national community and voluntary organisations.
The funding is under a new round of the Scheme to Support National Organisations in the Community and Voluntary Sector and it will run for a three year period until mid-2022. See Department of Rural and Community Development website for further details of organisations funded here.
If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com or 01 511 7222.
- SSNO 2019-2022 Appeal Guidelines 724.85 KBLast Updated 31st May 2019
- SSNO 2019 - 2022 Applicant Guidelines 934.95 KBLast Updated 14th December 2018
- SSNO Application 2019 - 2022 Technical Guide 1.68 MBLast Updated 17th December 2018
- Pobal presentation at SSNO Information Events January 2019 5.65 MBLast Updated 10th January 2019
- Frequently Asked Questions - January 2019 376.60 KBLast Updated 14th January 2019
- Internal financial procedure guidelines 121.09 KBLast Updated 10th May 2019
- Electronic banking best practice guidelines 131.31 KBLast Updated 10th May 2019
- Timesheet guidance note 55.02 KBLast Updated 10th May 2019
- Timesheet template 19.39 KBLast Updated 10th May 2019
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