Three finalists have been selected by the Honda judges. Now it’s your turn to vote for which local project you think deserve the money the most.
Just watch the movies and vote below. Then don’t forget to spread the word!
St. Nicks Ladies Football
This dynamic football club needs a new changing room to cope with its fast growing numbers. Teaching local girls the importance of being confident, active and healthy, this investment will give local teenagers a much needed place to learn football and life skills.
63rd Cloyne Scout Group
This enterprising scout group want to renovate their community hall. By bringing the building and its facilities up to scratch, they know that lots of other community groups will be able to use this conveniently located space, turning it into a real focal point for Cloyne.
Skibbereen Rowing Club
This highly respected rowing club has so far produced 2 Olympic medals and 170 Irish championship titles. But it wants to train more young people in the skill of rowing with a new training quad scull that won’t capsize, an ideal investment for developing confidence and ability in beginner rowers.
Thank you for voting!
The winner of Powering Local Dreams Cork and the €5000 cash prize will be announced on
30th November 2017.