€7.5 billion in supports for Europe’s farmers available soon

The European Council is working hard to make sure that these funds can be accessed by Irish farmers as quickly as possible – make sure you’re notified by filling in this form.

The purpose of these grants is to:
✅ Support & drive the green transitions
✅ Invest in communities
✅ Protect Irish farmers
✅ Support economic recovery post Covid 19


Watch: Billy Kelleher MEP explains the upcoming grants for Irish farmers

Ireland, especially its economy, has been devastated by the COVID-19 crisis. Rural communities have been severely impacted.

Certain farming sectors, already struggling due to price volatility, are now facing a very uncertain future.

Quite rightly, the European Council has responded by agreeing a 7.5 Billion Euro recovery package to support farmers and rural communities.

These welcome and much-needed funds will help Ireland’s agricultural sector to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.

Be ready to apply when these grants become available to you.

To protect Irish farmers, we have been working to put together a funding package that will be available in the next few months.

Fianna Fáil is fighting to make sure that you can access these funds as quickly as possible.

Fill in this form to be notified when this funding becomes available to you.

Grants in 2021 for Irish farmers

🇪🇺 Forcing the EU Commission to deliver funding ASAP

The European Parliament is working to ensure that money is released in 2021 to support farmers who have been hit by the pandemic.

💶 Using the CAP Transition Plan to put money directly into farmers pockets.

Two year CAP Transition Plan is the best and quickest way to distribute the funding.

✅ Europe can help

Europe has a role to play. Ireland’s economy is hurting. Rural communities need strong support from the EU to get them back on their feet.

✅ Investment is the key to kick-starting rural communities

Unlike the Great Recession, the EU now knows that investing is the way out of our problems, especially in rural communities.

Access these grants – be notified

These supports for Irish farmers will be available within a number of months To ensure that you can access these funds as quickly as possible, enlist to be notified as soon as they are available to you.