AerachAiteachGaelach is an artistic cooperative group of LGBTQ+ artists and it functions through the medium of Irish. It embraces a wide range of arts such as acting and drama, singing and music, drag and physical art, poetry, rap, writing and research in the arts. Good Causes funding enabled them to bring their members together for a development and creativity workshop.
Conradh na Gaeilge is an Irish-speaking community organization which represents the Irish-speaking community and the Gaeltacht throughout Ireland and around the world. The Seó Bóthair (Road Show) started in the year 2010 and it has been growing and developing since and is now one of the most sought-after roadshows in the country with more than 300 workshops in schools each year.
Ionad Cultúrtha is a cultural centre that organises traditional and miscellaneous music concerts, art exhibitions, drama productions, arts schemes for schools, arts workshops, as well as traditional music classes. The aim of the center is to promote high quality art and to arouse interest in the arts among the public with all events conducted through the medium of Irish.
Radió Rí Rá are a charter radio station that provides a service to young people through the medium of Irish. The funding they received helped them to open a new studio in Galway and develop the studio in Dublin in order to welcome more young people to participate in their amazing work.