The biggest allocation is to Donegal League club Castlefin Celtic which receives €100,000 while Ulster Senior League club Drumkeen United got €90,000.
Kilcar GAA club received an allocation of €90,000 while south-west neighbours Ardara, who will host next year’s All-Ireland Gaeltacht finals, got €75,000.
Other beneficiaries include the Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club, the Lifford and Rosses athletic clubs, Mountcharles Rowing Club and the St. Johnston Cricket Club.
There were a total of 96 applications from Donegal. The reasons for unsuccessful applications will be conveyed to the Clubs within the next few days which should assist with future applications.
where the money went
Blaze Basketball €10,000, Bluestack ABC €15,000, Carndonagh ABC €70,000, Castlefin Celtic Football Club €100,000, Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Ard an Rátha €75,000, CLG Na Dunaigh €90,000, Club Iomartha Theilinn €12,000, Coiste Forbartha Dhobhair TEO (€1,400). Convoy ABC (€4,400), CLG Cloich Cheann Fhaola (€12,834), Drumkeen United F.C. €90,000, Dunree ABC (€4,300), Fanad Gaels €70,000, Illistrin Community Dev Assoc €1,800, Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Cill Charthaigh €90,000, Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Na Cealla Beaga €40,000, Killygordon Amenity Team Enterprises €20,000, Letterkenny Youth and Family Services €10,000, Lifford Athletic Club €50,000, Loughros Point Rowing Club €5,500, Malin GAA €60,000, Milford Tennis Club €25,000, Mountcharles Rowing Club €24,000, Naomh Brid CLG €20,000, Quigleys Point Community Centre €22,000, Redcastle Comm Dev €40,600, Rosses Athletic Club €4,000, Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club €25,000, Spraoi agus Spórt €18,000
Cumann na gCurrach Cloich Chionnaola €12,000, St. Johnston Cricket Club €24,000 and Trustees of Leghawny Hall Ltd €4,000