StayOn Project: Free Gel Polish Workshop for Young People aged 20-29

Meath Partnership are offering a free Gel Polish Workshop as part of the StayOn project to young people aged 20-29 who are not currently in employment. The workshop will take place from April 11th – 13th with experts from Vanilla Beauty, and is suitable for beginners. Each participant will receive an instruction manual, a professional kit & LED Light, a recognised certificate and coaching support.

Please click on the poster below for more information and relevant contact details.


Pieta Information Evening in Navan Library on 4th April

Please click on the poster link below for information on the upcoming Pieta Information Evening in Navan Library on 4th April:

Pieta Information Evening Navan Library 4th April 2023

Supporting Young People Who Had Experienced The Death Of A Sibling workshop through Zoom for Parents/Guardians

The Pillar Project is a project that aims to support parents and children who have an experience of loss through separation and / or bereavement. The project is running a Supporting Young People Who Had Experienced The Death Of A Sibling workshop through Zoom for Parents/Guardians on Wednesday 29th March 2023 online at 19:30.

This workshop will explore the issues for children / teens whose sibling has died; and the impact on the family system; and on parents and children individually. The workshop is facilitated by Nuala Harmey.

If you are parents / guardians and would like to attend this workshop, you can register through Eventbrite

Meath Partnership Youth Education Initiative

Meath Partnership are holding a Jobs Club in Navan on Tuesday 28th March and Tuesday 4th April. It is for people aged 18 -24. Click on the poster below for more information.

PRESS RELEASE: Minister Harris announces €1 million for projects to address literacy and digital literacy needs

Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science Simon Harris, TD, has today announced the opening of a €1 million funding call for new projects to help address unmet literacy needs.


The Adult Literacy for Life (ALL) Strategy aims to address unmet literacy, numeracy and digital literacy needs for people across Ireland.


€1 million is available for grants under the Collaboration & Innovation Fund and public, non-profit, community and voluntary organisations are all eligible to apply to a maximum of €50,000 each.


Speaking at the launch of today’s funding call, Minister Harris said,  “We all want to live in an Ireland where every adult has the necessary skills to fully engage in society and realise their full potential.


“This fund will help support organisations carry out vital work with people on financial, or health literacy, digital skills or how to read and write.


“I strongly encourage all of these critically important groups and organisations around the country to apply for the €50,000 grants available. I am looking forward to seeing what exciting, rewarding and important work comes out of it.”


Guidelines for applications can be found online at and the closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 14th April 2023.


Director of the ALL National Programme Office in SOLAS, Yvonne McKenna said, “With this funding call, we’re looking for truly collaborative and innovative projects and groups to support – we know that working together is how we best support those with oftentimes complex unmet literacy needs.


“One important condition of this new Fund is that there must be a minimum of 2 organisations per application – really showcasing genuine and meaningful collaboration on the ground and how we all work best together for the most powerful learner-focused outcomes.”

Working Things Out Programme for Young People: Commencing 22nd of March 2023

Click on the poster below regarding the Working Things Out Programme for Young People which is taking place in Tusla Family Resource Centre, Navan – Commencing 22nd of March 2023.


Suicide or Survive Supporters Programme

The next Suicide or Survive Supporters Programme will start next week online over Zoom.  It is an 8-hour programme held over 3 sessions.

The Supporter’s Programme is for anyone supporting a family member, friend, or neighbour who is struggling with their mental health.  The programme teaches supporters practical skills they can use to support others, it gives information on what supports are available and how they can be accessed and teaches practical ways of looking after your own mental health while supporting someone else.

Participants have said that alongside the practical skills learned the programme has increased their confidence in their existing support skills, helped them to focus more on self-care, and provided an opportunity for them to connect with others who are in a supporter role, so they feel less alone.

If you know of anyone who may benefit from attending they can find out more and apply for a place on the programme via our website or by contacting Catherine at [email protected] or phoning 01 2722158.

International Women’s Day Afternoon Tea Event Hosted by Cultúr

Cultúr International Women’s Day event is on this Wednesday 8th March 2023 at 11:30 am till 2:30pm. Click on the link below for more details.

Cultur International Womens Day Poster

Local Youth Club Grant Scheme 2023

Under the Local Youth Club Grant Scheme (incorporating the National Quality Standards for Volunteer-led Youth Groups), one-off grants are being made available to local youth clubs/groups to assist with their development needs including supporting administration, programme and services costs.

Louth and Meath Youth Clubs/Groups are invited to apply for one-off funding under the following:  Local Youth Club Grant Scheme 2023

Application form may be downloaded from LMETB website:

Deadline for receipt of completed application forms is 5pm, Friday, 31st of March 2023

 Applications will only be accepted through email and submitted to: [email protected]

Postal applications will not be accepted

 Applications received after this date will not be considered in any circumstances.