Annual reports

“The biggest impact CFI has made is to the thousands of community and voluntary groups across the nation who have applied for grants to do social good. The readily give their time and commitment to make positive change in their neighbourhoods and build strong communities for us to live in and enjoy. While there have been over ten thousand grants over the fifteen years, a few stand out in my memory. One of our first grants in 2001, was to a LGBT group; this showed that we put our money where we said we would in terms of directly supporting equality. We have gathered donors together to help support Mental Health Reform and through this kept a vital advocacy group on the road. We supported the establishment of The Yellow Flag Programme which aims to teach our primary school children that being different is a good thing and to be admired and embraced as it is what makes us human.”

Tina Roche, Chief Executive, CFI

15 years: A reflection on The Community Foundation for Ireland

Annual Reports

Each year we release an annual report which details our financial situation and work programme and describes the impact of our grant making.

Our Annual Reports are also a chance for us to explain in detail the impacts of our work and showcase the work of Irish philanthropists.

To view our most recent Annual Reports please download by clicking on the download here links below to access the PDF versions:

 

Annual Report 2015: Download here (PDF 6.2MB)

Annual Report 2014: Download here PDF (1MB)

Annual Report 2013: Download here (PDF 1.7 MB)

Annual Report 2012: Download here (PDF 1.1 MB)

Annual Report 2011: Download here (PDF 1 MB)

Annual Report 2010: Download here (PDF 1MB)

Annual Report 2009: Download here (PDF 0.9 MB)

Annual Report 2008: Download here (PDF 2 MB)

Annual Report 2007: Download here (PDF 1.7 MB)

Annual Report 2006: Download here (PDF 1.6 MB)

Annual Report 2005: Download here (PDF 0.8MB)