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Clann Credo Success Stories

Organisations benefiting include; Community & Voluntary, Charities, Sports Clubs, Social Enterprises and organisations tackling community, social and environmental issues.

Clann Credo is a charity and recycles capital repayments into new loans to continuously increase the Community Loan Finance available so more community organisations can benefit in the future.

As Ireland’s largest social finance provider, we have re-imagined lending and believe that finance can be a catalyst for good in communities.



Community Groups have big ideas and LEADER grants help make those visions become realities. But Bridging Finance and and Match Funding can be obstacles for groups trying to avail of LEADER Grants. ...

The Acre Project in Cellbridge, County Kildare, creates space for learning by providing eco-friendly internal and external spaces where local communities can gather.

Waterford’s Copper Coast is just one of 53 sites worldwide that are officially recognised as containing a geological heritage of global significance.

The Westmeath town of Multyfarnham was hard hit by the closure of its well-known Agricultural College, which had been run by the Franciscan Order.

Despite our often rugged landscape, it wasn’t until 1965 that organised mountain rescue came to this island.

History is all around you on the Hook Head peninsula. Every visitor, guest and unwelcome invader left traces of their passage through this gateway to southeast Ireland, over the years.

Clare Accessible Transport aims to do more than simply move people from place to place.

What once played host to visitors and tourists in Donegal Town, is now home to a specialised centre that offers vital services and support to families with special needs dependents.

Bawnboy sits close to Cavan’s border with Fermanagh. In the 1850s - as Ireland struggled with hunger and acute poverty - the town was chosen as the location for a workhouse, a place where the poorest

The Avondhu Blackwater Partnership (ABP) was formed in 2008 through the merger of two local development bodies, to ensure a more coherent and strategic delivery of key local services.

With the Caha mountains at its back and the Atlantic Ocean to the fore, Allihies parish sits at the most southwesterly point of Ireland on Cork's Beara Peninsula.

Clann Credo's support for work undertaken by the Abbeytown/ Abbeyview Residents Association encapsulates the role of social finance in the community.