- 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
Glen Development Initiative 22 Jun 2017
The group based in the Glen and Lower Rosemount area of Derry/Londonderry provides recreational, social and physical activities. They are using £10,000 to provide a range of events throughout the year.
The group, based in Derry/Londonderry, supports people who are suffering from stress and stress related illnesses. They received an £8,150 grant to provide a physical educational programme for members who have long term mental health problems.
OUT Youth North West 30 Aug 2017
The five-year OUT Youth North West project is supporting young people from the LGBT community, who are aged 14 to 25 and living in the North West area. The £496,161 grant is being used to develop better relationships both within and beyond the LGBT community, promote health and well-being and prepare young people to access employment, education and training opportunities. Activities include peer support groups, drop-in sessions, and an OCN level 3 youth qualification provided by Youth Action.
Eglinton Mens Shed Community In Action 28 Sep 2017
The group promotes personal development, and positive mental and physical health for men. The project is using the £4,000 grant to install an electrical supply into their new premises.
Glenelly Development Trust Ltd 23 Nov 2017
The group, based in Plumbridge, Omagh, provides community activities, educational classes, social housing, and manages Glenelly House. They are using the £9,988 grant to refurbish the hall, including providing accessible toilets, floor covering and Christmas decorations.
West Tyrone Voice 22 Jun 2017
The group, which is based in Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone, supports victims of the Troubles. They received £10,000 to bring 50 members to visit the National Memorial Arboretum in Lichfield.
North West Japanese Cultural Group 23 Nov 2017
The organisation promotes the Japanese culture in Northern Ireland. They are using a £5,263 grant to organise film showings and a book project to demonstrate the cultural exchange between Japan and Ireland over the past 100 years.
Enagh Seniors Group 23 Nov 2017
The Strathfoyle based group supports older people and provides activities to reduce social isolation. They received a £5,420 grant to provide more activities, including producing a reminiscing book, a community newsletter, day trips, and a patchwork quilting workshop.
St Brigids WG Silver Circle 19 Jan 2017
The organisation provides activities for women in the Shantallow area of Derry/Londonderry. They are using a Â£4,410 grant to run activities for older women, including, chair aerobics, knitting, arts and crafts, tea dances and social trips.
St Terese PS Lenamore Community Garden 02 Feb 2017
The school provides primary education to children aged four-11 in Galliagh. The project is using a Â£9,996 grant to install an accessible, family friendly, outdoor space for use by the school and local community.
North West Carnival Initiative 02 Feb 2017
The group supports community groups and artists to develop creative skills in Derry/Londonderry. They are using an Â£8,910 grant to provide workshops for community groups to provide them with the skills to create their own batik-printed silk flags containing a message of relevance to each group.
The Voices and Participation Project 30 Jan 2017
The group provides a cross community shared safe space with programmes that improve local peopleâ€™s quality of life. The two year Voices and Participation project received Â£199,800 to work with people aged 25 and over in the Strabane district who are unemployed, experiencing mental health issues, have learning disabilities, or are marginalised from the community. They are running confidence and skills development programmes to empower people and strengthen their connections to their families and community.
Creggan Country Park Enterprises Limited 22 Jun 2017
The group run a country park in Derry/Londonderry. They are using £8,300 to provide skills building sessions and events to improve the environmental education for the local community.
Treehouse Creche for All 22 Jun 2017
The community based childcare facility in the Rosemount area of Derry/Londonderry provides childcare for children aged under three and training opportunities for parents. The project is using a £9,959 grant to provide an outdoor play area, indoor sensory based learning area, new equipment and personal development sessions for parents.
Leafair CA Winter Diversionary Project 12 Oct 2017
The group supports the Leafair community through a range of services and facilities. They are using a £9,000 grant to deliver intergenerational activities, events, and training workshops. They will also hold a residential weekend for young people and buy polytunnels for a community garden.
The group, based in Derry/Londonderry, provides community activities. They are using a £9,500 grant to provide a range of activities, including a luncheon club for older people, a summer scheme programme, a fun day and training for young people.
Eglinton Building Bridges 17 Aug 2017
The group promotes good relations in the Derry/Londonderry area. They are using a £9,918 grant to run a programme of activities and day trips for the group.
Kildoag Area Womens Group 28 Sep 2017
The group provides activities for women in a rural area near Claudy. They are using a £5,980 grant to run a range of activities and classes, including a Christmas party, for women in the area.
Brooke Park Community FIT Mind and Body 27 Apr 2017
The organisation in Derry/Londonderry runs activities to reduce anti-social behaviour. They received a £9,600 grant to run physical, mental and social wellbeing workshops, buy sports equipment and a defibrillator, and organise a celebration event.
Sperrin Carers SG Caring for Sperrin Carers 26 Oct 2017
The group supports people with caring responsibilities in County Tyrone. They received £7,889 to deliver information sessions and workshops to members to increase their knowledge and skills. They will also organise two respite breaks to help reduce stress.