Tír na nÓg Charity Fundraisers present their inaugural KIDS4KIDS Challenge .
The event brings together children (over the age of 8), families, schools and groups for a first of its kind hiking challenge. Participants will embark on a journey of either 8km or 13km over the beautiful Dublin Mountains. No previous experience is necessary just grab your waterproof clothing, suitably warm clothes,runners or hiking boots and a packed lunch and join us for a great cause.
For further information check out our Facebook page Tír na NÓg Fundraisers or view our website kids4kids
This years chosen charity is Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.
Sport Ireland today published the 12th annual Sport Ireland Local Sports Partnerships Annual Report on the national network of Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs).
The report provides an overview of the work of the 29 LSPs across the country, and highlights the innovative good practice projects and programmes that are being operated locally.
Over €21 million was invested in the LSP network, including benefit in kind funding.
The Community Sports Development Officer is a 12-month specified purpose contract with a salary that is commensurate with the individual’s skills and experience.
The aim of the Community Sports Development Officer (CSDO) is to strengthen and enhance the capacity of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership to further develop locally led plans and sustainable physical activity programmes under the National Physical Activity Plan (Action 46). Funding for the position of CSDO has been secured through Sport Ireland and is employed through dlr Leisure LTD. Reporting to the Coordinator of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership, the successful candidate will be based in County Hall, Dun Laoghaire.
Sport Ireland today announced that it is taking over the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations as a Governance Code for Sport.
This follows the decision of the Governance Code Working Group to retire the Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations (the Code).
The Government’s National Sports Policy, published in July 2018, tasks Sport Ireland with overseeing a process whereby all National Governing Bodies for Sport and Local Sports Partnerships adopt the Code by the end of 2021 (Action 31). In taking over the Code, Sport Ireland can ensure that this objective is delivered and that all funded organisations have appropriate governance structures in place.
One of our most enjoyable initiatives this year, The Daily Mile Schools Event, took place in Marlay Park on Thursday 9th May. Nearly 1,300 primary school children from six schools around the County ran a mile route within Marlay Park and were awarded a medal of achievement at the finish line.
This event was held to celebrate the hard work and dedication of the students to the Daily Mile initiative throughout their school year. A simple concept where students leave their desks for 15 minutes a day to run a mile around their yard or local green space. It doesn’t require equipment set up, helps children increase their fitness while improving concentration levels.