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St Stephen’s Green Trust is a charitable foundation which respects human dignity and is committed to identifying and responding to issues of social injustice in Ireland.

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January 2016: The General Grant Programme is now closed. A second General Grant Programme round for 2016 will open in September.

May 2015:
The Direct Provision Centre Autumn 2015 Grant Programme is now open. More information is available here. CLOSED

April 2015:
We are recruiting for a Darndale Community Grantwriter - a part-time position based in Dublin 17. Closing date is Friday 8th May 2015. More information is available here. CLOSED

March 2015: The 2014 SSGT Annual Report is available to read here.

February 2015:
The Direct Provision Centre Spring Grant Programme is now open. More information is available here. CLOSED UNTIL SEPT 2015

January 2015: St Stephen's Green Trust is recruiting a Programme Coordinator for its Travellers in Prison Initiative. More information is available on the Travellers in Prison Initiative page.

December 2014:
The Darndale Belcamp Oblate Grant Programme and General Grant Programme is now open for 2015 applications. CLOSED

November 2014:
Final impact report on Survivors Grant programme was launched. More information available here.

June 2014
- The 2013 Annual Report is now available to read here.

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SSGT, PO Box 950, Newbridge, Co Kildare. Tel: (045) 480666. Email: info @ St Stephen's Green Trust Limited is a company limited by guarantee not having a share capital, registered in Dublin. Company No: 447527. Registered Office: 75 Weston Pk, Churchtown, D14. SSGT has charitable status: CHY no 10449. Directors: Stephen Rourke (Chair); Sr Maria McGuinness; Fr Mike Drennan; Donal O'Brien; Dearbhail McDonald

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