- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 05 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 10 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Light & Life Coaching - Peer Mentoring 14 Jan 2016
The organisation delivers life coaching, team building and cognitive behavioural therapy to improve mental wellbeing. They are using a Â£9,380 grant to train people in west and north Belfast to become peer mentors to those in their communities.
Small Steps 26 May 2016
The group promotes community development and good relations in north Belfast and has over 70 affiliated groups. They are using the Â£8,750 to deliver a series of tea dances, lunches and events for 120 senior citizens in north and west Belfast together with pupils from nine local primary schools.
The group supports St Malachyâ€™s College which provides education to young people aged between 14â€“25 years old. The Â£9,600 grant is being used to improve health and well-being of pupils by providing a safe â€˜time outâ€™ space and resources for young people to access support and advice on personal issues.
Patrick Sarsfields GAC 08 Dec 2016
The organisation is a Gaelic athletic club based in west Belfast which provides sport, recreation and community activities. They are using the Â£9,908 grant to turn an upstairs room into a fitness suite for the local community.
Failte Feirste Building Tourism in West Belfast 10 Nov 2016
The group promotes tourism in west Belfast and aims to develop infrastructure, support tourism initiatives and build local skills. They are using the Â£9,600 grant to explore the development of a social enterprise and community-led tourism facility, and to provide training for staff and volunteers.
St Malachy's Youth Club 16 Dec 2016
The group offers developmental, educational and volunteering opportunities for young people aged 6-25 in the Markets area of south Belfast. They are using the grant to hold a celebration event focused on the work that young people do in the community.
Seniors on the Shore 11 Feb 2016
The group brings together isolated older people living in the Shore Road areas of north Belfast. They are using a Â£2,590 grant to run activities and events for members including IT classes, dance classes, jewellery making and outings.
Crann go Beatha - Men's Shed 02 Jul 2015
The organisation runs a number of activities for older men including a Men's Shed project in west Belfast, where men meet to socialise and learn new skills. They are using the Â£10,000 to expand services to women and local community groups.
Lagan Village Music & DJ Skills Programme 08 Oct 2015
The south Belfast group supports people in the Ravenhill Road area. They received a grant of Â£9,906 for a programme to develop young peopleâ€™s skills and confidence through sessions in DJing and music production.
St Galls Naomh Gall Progressing Together Project 28 Apr 2016
The organisation, located in west Belfast, brings people together for community activities and Gaelic games. They are using the Â£9,900 grant to develop a business plan, undertake a community consultation and provide committee development training.
LifeReach NI 11 Feb 2016
The group works with families and communities in inner south Belfast. They are using a Â£9,758 grant to provide practical DIY, decorating, gardening and domestic support. They are providing help through volunteering and holding four events throughout the year designed to bring communities together.
Cumann Chluain Ard 08 Dec 2016
The Irish language community group, based in the Falls Road area of west Belfast, are using the Â£10,000 grant to transform a disused lane between two rows of terraced housing into an urban refuge for local residents and the groupâ€™s members.
The school provides nursery education for children in west Belfast. The Â£10,000 grant is being used to provide an eco-friendly outdoor garden beside the school.
The group provides extracurricular activities for children and young people who have been referred to the Hospital School at the Royal. They are using the Â£9,600 to enhance their emotional and social development through the provision of music therapy sessions.
The group is working with New Life Counselling and six primary schools in the Strabane and Antrim areas on the five-year Families Together project, which is strengthening family bonds and improving school and home relationships. The project includes programmes to enhance parenting knowledge and skills, including among separated parents, improve childrenâ€™s lives and wellbeing and promote family harmony. Activities and support includes parenting skills training, counselling, art, play, music and drama.
An Droichead - Community Youth Programme 03 Aug 2016
An Droichead, which is based in south Belfast, promotes Irish language and culture through education, arts, family and community services and outreach work. They received Â£4,200 to bring together 40 young people and deliver a programme of activities to celebrate 'their place'
Northern Ireland Rape Crisis Association 30 Nov 2016
The group provides support to victims of sexual abuse across Northern Ireland. The project will celebrate the achievements of volunteer members of the groupâ€™s Client Forum, who are developing plans to become peer supporters, together with other community based support groups.
The group runs a range of programmes for people from the lower Shankill Road in Belfast. The project is using a Â£4,350 grant to run a week of health promotion activities, including menâ€™s health, Zumba and Action Cancerâ€™s Big Bus breast screening.
Ligoniel PS - The Children's Playground 21 May 2015
The north Belfast primary school is using the Â£10,000 grant to create two play zones that will provide stimulating, challenging and creative play opportunities for children.
Black Box Trust Black Moon Training Scheme 07 Jul 2016
The group is an arts venue in Belfastâ€™s Cathedral Quarter which also runs projects for and by people with learning difficulties. They are using the Â£9,921 to run a year-long DJ and event management training course for five people with learning difficulties.