- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 19 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Banbridge Amateur Boxing Club 12 Oct 2017
The amateur boxing club provides health and wellbeing programmes for the wider community. They are using the £9,750 grant to provide a range of exercise and wellbeing sessions and trips for local young people aged 10 to 17.
Zero8Teen Early Movers 12 Oct 2017
The group, based in Craigavon, provides childcare services, facilities and activities. They are using the £3,810 grant to buy outdoor play equipment to help develop the children’s imaginative play, increase social integration and physical activity.
The group provides a range of events, workshops, classes and other activities in a rural area near Portadown. The £10,000 grant is being used to part-fund a second hand mobile unit so they have a safe space to run activities.
Bawn Bunnies Playgroup 25 May 2017
The playgroup provides preschool education in Hamiltonsbawn Primary School in Co Armagh. The £9,306 grant is being used to buy equipment, toys, furniture and storage equipment.
The group manages Edenderry Orange Hall in Portadown. They received a £10,000 grant to build a storage area so the hall can be used for more community activities and events.
Smashing Times Women's Stories of WW11 28 Sep 2017
The Portadown theatre group delivers creative arts projects to support social change. The project is using a £10,000 grant to run theatre workshops and performances with community and youth groups, exploring themes of human rights, gender equality and peace.
The group, based in Gilford, manages a community hall and provides activities. They received a £9,474 grant to upgrade their lighting system.
West Armagh Consortium is working with eight community groups on the three-year West Armagh Community Support and Development Project. They are using a £196,801 grant to employ a manager to coordinate a joint activity programme with all the groups including action planning workshops, a volunteer programme, health and wellbeing activities, a youth programme, older people’s activities and intercultural events. The project has been designed and developed by local people involved with each of the groups.
The secondary school, based in Armagh City, is using a £10,000 grant to provide mental health training for six members of staff to support a variety of issues faced by students.
Drumsallen Primary School 14 Sep 2017
The rural primary school in Killylea, outside Armagh, is using a £6,420 grant to provide activities including a community dinner, parent support and keep fit classes, flower arranging, and an art and history project for pupils, supported by a local artist and residents.
Armagh Respiratory Group 28 Sep 2017
The group supports people with debilitating respiratory conditions in the Armagh area. They are using a £3,110 grant to provide activities including holistic therapies, exercise sessions, activities, outings, a Christmas meal and entertainment to improve people’s well being.
Clonmore Youth Club 31 Aug 2017
The club provides social and educational activities for young people in the Clonmore area, outside Dungannon. The project received a £10,000 grant to provide activities for the young people and buy equipment for youth club.
The group organises social and recreational events in the Carnlough area of Co Antrim. They are using a £5,895 grant to run a family fun day and safety awareness event.
UDR Banbridge National Mem Arboretum Visit 20 Jul 2017
The organisation, based in Banbridge, allows ex-members of the Ulster Defence Regiment to meet up and provide peer support. They received £9,830 to organise a trip for 40 members to the National Memorial Arboretum in Burton-on-Trent.
Ballyward RDA(Driving Group) 09 Nov 2017
The organisation, based near Castlewellan, is a riding for the disabled association. They received a £10,000 grant to make improvements to their facilities so these are more accessible for the disabled members of their group.
Acton RRG Community Hall Refurbishment 11 May 2017
The group, which is based in the village of Acton, Co Armagh, provides activities to reduce social isolation and the local economy. The project is using £10,000 to make improvements to the group’s community hall and buy equipment.
Banbridge Lip Reading Group 09 Nov 2017
The group supports people of all ages with hearing loss in Banbridge and wider area. They are using their grant of £6,800 to provide lip reading and practice classes to adults affected by hearing loss, their family and close friends/hearing partners.
Don't Box Me In Pilot 12 Oct 2017
The group supports young people with or without disabilities in the Keady area to take part in multi-media, music, drama and animation activities. They are using the £9,672 grant to deliver a series of workshops for young people to work together and develop a local performance.
Step by Step (Northern Ireland) 19 Jan 2017
The group, based in Portadown, provides young people with learning disabilities with employment training for the hospitality industry. The Â£9,480 grant is being used to provide four 10-week basic essentials cooking courses for young people to encourage independent living.
Kilmore Every Youthful KEY Developments 02 Feb 2017
The organisation provides activities for older people in the Kilmore, Mullavilly and Tandragee area of Armagh. They are using the Â£9,980 grant to provide more activities to improve health and well-being and reduce isolation. Activities include exercise sessions, social outings, talks, and craft classes.