Members of the Irish-speaking community from Donegal met with local representatives this week to voice their concerns around Irish language and Gaeltacht funding.
Clinic Na Gaeilge came to Kildare Street in Dublin with local representatives from across Ireland calling on TDs to support the Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan.
The ten-hour clinic saw representations made in a bid to secure funding of €5.3 million for the plan in Budget 2018.
The delegation say the plan could create over 1,150 new jobs in Gaeltacht areas.
Government Chief Whip and Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs, Joe McHugh and Donegal Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher were among those who attended the clinic.