Glór na nGael is delighted to announce that 12 GAA clubs have succeeded in their applications to establish Teanga Tí groups in their clubs.
This scheme is in addition to the support given through Fondúireacht Sheosaimh Mhic Dhonncha, a joint project between Glór na nGael and the Gaelic Athletic Association.
Congratulating those who have been awarded the funding, Marcas Mac Ruairí, Teanga Tí manager from Glór na nGael said: “It is the aim of the Fondúireacht that the Irish language will be central in all activities of GAA clubs.
“Teanga Tí is a particular scheme to develop the Irish language among families in the club community and with the aim of those families using the Irish as their home language.”
The clubs who succeeded in securing this grant of €1,000 are:
- CLG Átháin, Limerick
- CLG Beart, Donegal
- CLG Cill Chomáin, Mayo
- CLG Daingean Uí Chúis, Kerry
- CLG Lios Póil, Kerry
- CLG Mac Uilín, Ballycastle, Antrim
- CLG Maigh Cuilinn, Galway
- CLG Naomh Barróg, Dublin
- CLG Naomh Columba, Donegal
- CLG Naomh Éanna, Glengormley, Antrim
- CLG Naomh Pól, Mungairit, Limerick
- CLG Setanta, Ballymun, Dublin
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Glór na nGael thanks Foras na Gaeilge and the Department of Tourism Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media for their support.