A community group, or meitheal, supported by Oideas Gael, is implementing the project. We are extremely grateful to all of our partners who have provided us with funding, guidance or practical support.

This project has received financial support from The Heritage Council through its Community Heritage Grant Scheme. This project has been supported though the Colmcille1500 Grant Scheme which is funded by the North West Development Fund and Creative Ireland, in conjunction with and supported by The Executive Office and The Irish Government.

We wish to acknowledge the important support of the School of History & Geography, Dublin City University, who host the online map. Dr Susan Hegarty and an Dr Jonathan Cherry provide the project with expert advice in relation to mapping/GIS services.

The project has benefitted from ongoing collaboration with Donegal County Council and its officers. We wish to recognise the assistance of Joseph Gallagher, County Heritage Officer, and Daragh McDonough (County Donegal Map Portal) who faciliated the sharing of data from the Donegal Place Names project.

Oideas Gael is committed to promoting the Irish language, culture and heritage. Oideas Gael provides advice, admistrative resources and technical facilities for the project. Béal an Phobail is the language planning iniative for southwest Donegal. Dr Aisling Ní Churraighín, Language Planning Officer for the region, advises the project on language questions and assists in raising awareness of the project.