- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 05 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 25 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Prison Arts Foundation 01 Feb 2018
The Belfast-based group supports professional artists to work with offenders and ex-offenders. They are using the £8,948 grant to run a 30 week programme where older people from a local church work alongside young offenders and women prisoners in a joint creative writing and pottery workshop. These workshops create mutual understanding between members of each community.
Altram Enhanced Resources Enhanced Sector 27 Apr 2017
The organisation, in west Belfast, is a regional support group for Irish medium early year’s projects. They are using a £9,018 grant to buy IT equipment so they can develop better quality resources for their projects.
The five-year ASPIRE to Succeed project is supporting young people aged 14-16 from north Belfast who are becoming less involved in school due to issues including family problems, bullying, poor mental health and alcohol abuse. The young people will take part in activities to improve their motivation, sense of direction, health and well-being, educational achievement and employability. The group is working with the Youth Education Health and Advice initiative, part of Ardoyne and Shankill Health Partnership.
Sacred Heart Pensioners Out and About 11 May 2017
The club brings older people from the Bone and Ardoyne areas of north Belfast together for social activities and outings. They received £4,750 to provide more activities, including complimentary therapies, an overnight trip, and a Christmas dinner.
The 'Relentless Change Programme' 09 Oct 2017
The Relentless Change Programme is supporting young people aged 16-25 who have experienced homelessness or have been in care from the Belfast, Antrim and Newtownabbey and Mid and East Antrim areas. The project is using a £590,615 grant over three and a half years to support these young people to live independently and prepare them for education, training and employment. It will help build routine and a sense of purpose, improve their confidence and relationships and develop their strengths.
2gether 02 May 2017
The three-year ‘2gether’ project is supporting people on the Autistic spectrum across NI by co-ordinating activities to help people using the project become more socially connected with each other and the wider community. Activities will be tailored to people’s needs and will include group workshops, one-to-one coaching, meetings in small groups and other initiatives to provide skills and coping mechanisms to help address the barriers people may experience and provide a potential path towards careers.
Shankill Utd FC Young Start Programme 13 Apr 2017
The junior football club in Belfast is using a £9,830 grant to run a personal development programme and activities for young people to positively influence their lives.
Lagan Village Youth & Community Group 09 Nov 2017
The group, based in east Belfast, provides a range of social and educational activities for children and young people in the Ravenhill/Woodstock area. They are using the £3,740 grant to run a programme of physical and emotional health and wellbeing activities.
Welcome Organisation Welcome Home 12 Oct 2017
The Belfast based group provides support services to people with complex issues resulting in homelessness and/or sleeping ‘rough’. They are using the £10,000 to set up a home furnishing shop to provide affordable items for people being re-housed and the wider public.
Gort Na Mona Sports Association Ltd 03 Aug 2017
The organisation provides social, community and recreational activities in west Belfast. They received £9,650 refurbish their building so they can provide more community activities.
The group offers mental health and addiction support services across Northern Ireland. They are using a grant of £9,590 to work with schools to de-stigmatise mental health issues in the classroom. They do this by offering online support, running workshops and conferences, and developing school champions.
Friends of CBS 11 Jan 2018
The west Belfast group, which involves past and present parents and staff, supports Christian Brothers Secondary School students. They are using the grant of £9,300 to run the ‘Tools for Life’, programme for pupils and their families in the evenings and weekends to encourage them to learn new skills and improve confidence through a range of activities.
Loughside Football Club 03 Aug 2017
The club provides football training for young people living on the Shore Road, York Road and the surrounding area. They are using £5,100 to provide skills building workshops for young people aged 16-19 years, and a community fun day.
Falls Residents Association 27 Mar 2018
The organisation, based in west Belfast, is using the grant of £9,925 to deliver a community festival, buy equipment including a projector, laptop, and screen, and to provide training for volunteers and committee members to make the group more able to meet the needs of everyone in the community.
The group is using a £9,981 grant to continue The North Belfast Children’s Allotment project. This includes buying seeds, bulbs and spades, as well as costs for a part-time gardener to help maintain the allotment and teach volunteers new skills.
The organisation is using a £8,567 grant to run The Disengaged and Disaffected Youth project to build relationships between young people in interface areas across Belfast.
Friends of Schomberg House 20 Jul 2017
The Belfast based group supports the Museum of Orange Heritage at Schomberg House. They are using an £8,850 grant to buy equipment, provide training and organise educational trips.
Ravenscroft Nursey School - The Ravens Haven 25 May 2017
The nursery school in east Belfast is using a £9,940 grant to provide a custom built amphitheatre for group storytelling and performing arts. They will also provide a space for social play for the children.
The Plough Historical and Cultural Women's Group 11 Jan 2018
The group provides support, advice and guidance to people in north and west Belfast. They are using the grant of £9,640 on a skills-building and engagement programme for their committee and volunteers, and to run an information day.