The Nurture Fund

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by Dundalk Credit Union , 24th June 2019


The Nurture Fund

In collaboration with the Louth County Enterprise Fund, Dundalk Credit Union has developed The Louth Enterprise Nurture Fund, which has been established to support both existing/established and start-up SMEs in Co. Louth.

Applications to the Nurture Fund opened on 1st June 2019 and application is invited from SMEs focused on specific sectors.

The Nurture Fund will support established businesses and enterprises to access commercial loans of up to €50,000, and new/start-up businesses and enterprises to access loans of up to €25,000.

The new fund is seeking to support business development specifically in the areas of Engineering, Manufacturing (incl Food & Drink), Energy & Environment, Financial Services, Digital Technologies and Tourism. Applicants will need to provide relevant supporting documentation, and applications will be reviewed – in the first instance – by the Louth County Enterprise Fund Assessment Committee.

Commercial Loan Documentation Required
For more information or to make an enquiry contact:
Ronan Dennedy
Louth County Enterprise Fund
Regional Development Centre


Dundalk, Co. Louth

(087) 234 1455

Launch of Nurture Fund

Pictured at launch of Nurture Fund: 

Tom D’Arcy (Board of Directors Dundalk Credit Union), Damien Rooney (Board of Directors Dundalk Credit Union), Shane Coleman (Broadcaster), Geraldine Johnston (Dundalk Credit Union), Billy Doyle (CEO Dundalk Credit Union), Gerard McDonnell (Dundalk Credit Union Board oversight committee), Frankie Watters (Board of Directors Dundalk Credit Union)