- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 10 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Holy Trinity Ctr Better Us, Better Outcomes 31 May 2018
The organisation, based in Turf Lodge, is using the grant of £8,370 to give staff training in working with children with autism and to offer one to one play sessions for children, including those on the ASD spectrum. They will also build fencing around their outdoor area to make it safer.
Hope Summer Camp Claudy 26 Apr 2018
The organisation, which is based in Claudy, is using a £10,000 grant to run a week long summer camp for 10-15 year olds from the Claudy area. The camp will involve activities like sports, Chinese lantern making, Japanese drumming, a talent show, and arts and crafts.
The organisation, near Kircubbin, is using a grant of £9,036 to re-furbish the kitchen attached to the community hall so that the group can support a wider range of events for the community.
Rehability 31 May 2018
The organisation, based in Antrim, is using their grant of £10,000 buy a new minibus for the organisation. The minibus will be used as part of the group’s work running social and educational events for local people with long-term mental health issues.
Kindertee Cross Community Playgroup 26 Apr 2018
The pre-school, based in the Derrylin area, is using a grant of £9,906 to upgrade their outdoor play area to make it more usable in all weathers. They are also using the grant to buy five iPads.
The Outdoor Experience TOE Camp 2018 25 Apr 2018
The Outdoor Experience is using the £10,000 grant to run a weekend camp for over 700 guides and scouts from all over Northern Ireland at Crawfordsburn Scout Centre.
Ballee Community Childcare 31 May 2018
The group, based in Ballymena, is using a grant of £10,000 to run a six-week summer scheme for children in the local area which will include cooking classes, team games, and arts and crafts workshops.
The Ballymena school is using a grant of £9,980 to run music therapy sessions for pupils as well as parent and teacher training sessions.
Mazetown Rural Action Collective 25 Apr 2018
The group supports people in the Mazetown area of Lisburn. The project is using a £10,000 grant to refurbish the ladies, gents and disabled toilets of the Maze hall to make it more usable for the whole community.
The group, based in north Belfast, organise extra-curricular activities for children at Bunscoil agus Naíscoil Bheann Mhadagáin, an Irish language nursery and primary school. They are using the £9,915 grant to build an adventure trail and plant a garden in the nursery school where the children can grow their own vegetables and learn about the outdoors.
Strangford Festival Committee 23 May 2018
Strangford Festival Committee is using their grant of £7,500 to support their annual festival for people in the village and surrounding areas. Funding will go towards activities including a 10K race, treasure hunt, food and craft fair, local history photographic exhibition, raft race, fishing competition and fancy dress parade.
St Marys PS Our Environment Our Future 31 May 2018
The primary school, based in Portaferry, is using the £10,000 grant to transform an unused green space into an outdoor classroom and garden where pupils and families can come together and grow fruit and vegetables to use in cookery classes.
TPP3 Book Buddies 16 May 2018
Pawzitive’s Book Buddies programme uses trained dogs to encourage children to read, improve their literacy and confidence, and feel more positive towards school. The project is using a £5,000 grant to extend this programme to new schools and also develop a Pawzitive Parent Programme.
LLTCA Out and About 31 May 2018
The organisation, based in Laurencetown, Co. Down, is using a grant of £5,150 to provide social and cultural trips for 35 isolated older people to help people’s mental health and general wellbeing.
St Joseph's Boys' High School 23 May 2018
The school in Newry is using a £9,999 grant to build a nurture area designed to help students improve their resilience and make healthy choices. This includes furniture for the area, training programmes, and team building activities.
Towell Building 60th Anniversary Celebrations 25 Apr 2018
The group, based in east Belfast, is a residential home for older people. They are using the £9,730 grant to celebrate their 60th anniversary by bringing residents and the local community together for events like a trip to a gala ball, a family fun day, a music in the garden event, and a Christmas lights switch on.
The group provides support for the community in Lisburn. The Â£9,250 grant is being used to make improvements to the hall so it can be used for more community activities.
Loughmacrory Community Development Association 03 Aug 2016
The group provides activities for the whole community in Loughmacrory near Omagh. The Â£5,000 grant is being used to celebrate the groupâ€™s 20th anniversary through a week of events in September 2016, including a fun run and a Ceili.
Loughmacrory Community Development Association 23 Jun 2016
The group provides a range of activities for the community outside Omagh. They are using the Â£10,000 for fitness training sessions, a range of exercise and healthy eating activities and a celebration event at the end to congratulate all the people who take part.