- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 24 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Caledon Open Door Club 17 Aug 2017
The group runs social and recreational activities for isolated older people from Caledon, Dyan, Eglish and Greystone in Co Tyrone. They are using a £6,850 grant to provide a range of activities, trips and networking opportunities for group members.
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.
Three Ways Community Association 07 Dec 2017
The organisation in Newry delivers programmes supporting health and wellbeing to the local community. It is using the grant of £10,000 to organise a number of social events and trips.
The playgroup is in a rural community near Downpatrick. They received £10,000 to provide play equipment for indoor and outdoor use and to create a new story corner.
The primary school, based in Derry/Londonderry, is using a £9,826 grant to set up a digital learning hub to host ICT programmes for staff, pupils, parents and people in the local community.
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.
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.
The group, based in Dungannon, organises activities and community events. The project is using the £4,017 grant to provide new furniture, IT equipment and a marquee.
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 networking group represents voluntary and community groups in the Carrickfergus and wider area. They are using a £9,650 grant to organise celebration events for the group’s 20th anniversary.
Ely Centre FIT4LIFE 06 Jul 2017
The group, based in Enniskillen, provides support and activities to family members of the bereaved and injured of the 1987 Enniskillen bombing. They are using a £9,820 grant to provide health and wellbeing activities.
Ballintoy Young at Hearts Club 09 Nov 2017
The group provides activities for older people in Ballintoy. They are using the £6,520 grant to provide a luncheon club, arts and crafts classes, music sessions, reminiscence sessions, day trips and a tea dance.
Lucky Lott In The Swa! 06 Sep 2017
The Swatragh group is using a £54,652 grant to deliver a range of activities to improve people’s health and wellbeing, and build skills and bring people together. The activities have been decided by the local community and will be led by volunteers who are using their own skills while learning new ones. The activities, which will run over three years, include healthy cooking, vegetable growing, mindfulness, crochet, first aid training, dance fit sessions, day trips and annual celebration events.
St Marys PS Learning Hub 03 Aug 2017
The rural primary school in Newtownbutler, Co Fermanagh, is using a £10,000 grant to transform a disused area of the school grounds into an outdoor learning hub.
MUCAT Patrician Mens Washroom Refurb 27 Apr 2017
The group in Carrickmore, Co Tyrone supports and develops community arts. They received £10,000 to upgrade the toilets in the Patrician Hall which they use.
Killymuch CPC Social Interaction for Men 22 Jun 2017
The club, which is based in Upperlands, Co Derry/Londonderry, received £6,853 to develop the group’s facility and buy new equipment.