Cork chamber backing resilient communities

A community funding drive aims to raise €200,000 in partnership with Social Innovation Fund Ireland (Sifi)

16th June, 2019
Katherine Fitzgerald, director of international relations, and Padraic Vallely, social innovation fund business development manager, both of Cork Chamber of Commerce

To mark its 200th anniversary, Cork Chamber of Commerce has launched a six-month fundraising initiative which will direct funds to social enterprises in the city.

The community funding drive aims to raise €200,000 in partnership with Social Innovation Fund Ireland (Sifi).

“As an ‘influencer’ in the business community here in the city, Cork Chamber is determined to charter positive change across the region on behalf of the businesses that it represents,” said Cork Chamber of...

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