The Irish word ‘Meitheal’ means ‘a collective effort for the greater good of the community’.
Meitheal is an ancient Irish tradition of a group coming together for a common purpose and working together and for each other to ensure that all succeed in achieving their goal
The key objectives of the program are to:
MEITHEAL NORTH AMERICA:
TYPES OF PROJECTS:
WHAT THE FUND CAN BE USED FOR:
WHAT THE FUND CANNOT BE USED FOR:
Funding cannot be used to fund core branch activities.
MEITHEAL currently provides funding for:
Mid-West & Mid-Atlantic Fleadhanna Ceoil
Féile Cheoil - Canada.
Convention – workshops.
SCT (Scrúdú Ceoil Tíre -Student exam structure)
Diaspora – Meitheal Newsletter
Distribution of Treoir
Development of a funding database.
Publications – Bill McEvoy’s History of Comhaltas
SLIA Summer Camp
Claddagh na nGael – Irish culture on the Jersey Shore
These projects benefit a wide range of people and at the time being are being co-assessed by CCÉ Headquarters
If you have any doubts, questions or want to know even more about Meitheal North America, please contact us!