Shine Recovery Fund: Applications Now Open!

What is the Shine Recovery Fund?

The purpose of the Shine Recovery Fund is to facilitate a person with self experience of mental health difficulties to achieve some aim, which may be an educational, recreational or social activity and which may require a small amount of money to help him/ her achieve this purpose.

Applications must be for a recognised project where there is a clear need and benefit from undertaking it. Examples of projects, which might be supported include:

  • part payment or full payment of educational or training course fees.
  • contribution towards the development of a creative or artistic project.
  • contribution towards participation in a recreational activity.
  • contribution towards the purchase of an item which may assist the person in a creative, educational or work activity (excluding the purchase of the following items: mobile phone, games consoles, holidays)
  • contribution to a project which enhances the person’s employment, self-esteem or presence in the community.

Conditions of application:

  • Applications will only be accepted on behalf of individuals who are Shine members or attend any of Shine’s groups or use our services. Applicants should provide the name of Shine staff member in application form who can confirm that they are familiar with the applicant.
  • Applications will only be accepted from the individual seeking and benefiting from the funding applied for. We do not accept applications from organisations or mental health professionals on behalf of individuals.
  • The maximum amount that can be applied for is €500.
  • Application forms must be typed if possible or if not, writing should be legible in block capital letters
  • Applications must be accompanied by a quote/ full details of the funding being requested.
  • Individuals who received funding in 2020 cannot apply for funding in 2021.
  • Shine receives a lot of applications for the Recovery Fund and have limited funding, so this is to ensure fairness and that as many people as possible can benefit from funding each year.

If you wish to apply for the Shine Recovery Fund, please fill out the Shine Recovery Fund Application Form

Please read the Shine Recovery Fund Privacy Statement.

Applications close 5pm, Thursday 27th May 2021

Webinar: Early Intervention in Psychosis

Shine will host an information webinar on Thursday 15th April (2pm-3pm) on the HSE Early Intervention in Psychosis model of care, in conjunction with the HSE National Clinical Programme for Early Intervention in Psychosis.

  • Meet and hear from Dr. Karen O’Connor, National Clinical Lead of the Programme
  • Learn about the Model of Care
  • Hear updates from current Pilot sites
  • Learn how you can get involved
  • Join the discussion and ask questions

To register, please e-mail and include:
EIP Webinar in Subject Line
Your Full Name
If you are Family member or Person with Self-Experience

Places are limited