- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 17 Jul 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Apr 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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Keep Connected 12 Dec 2006
Keep Connected - a one year post festival program starting in April 2008 which will see an increased capacity for KIC to deliver groundbreaking, innovative, high quality arts programmes that have lasting benefit and relevence in communities of severe deprivation and for young people on the margins of society.
Supporting the salary of a Youth Arts Coordinator for three years to deliver a diverse range of arts programmes initiated and tailored by (and for) young people; and to showcase them in the organisation's festivals.
A pilot schools' programme in Northern Ireland focusing on developing young people's speaking and listening skills to improve communication across communities and reduce segregation.
Tinderbox Theatre Company's CONNECT Programme 28 Oct 2013
The CONNECT Programme - new collaborative approaches to creating and delivering community based theatre arts projects in Northern Ireland, involving participants at every stage and level of activity.
North Light 19 Sep 2006
A two year programme aimed at 15-20 year olds called North Lights for over 280 young people in the Greater Shantallow area of Derry. This project is a stepping stone towards securing a permanent creative centre for young people in the area. The young people will participate in making films, music, literature, and visual art.
A Time to Play 31 Oct 2006
Seal Sugartha (A Time to Play) - request £5,000 to inspire the development of creative play areas in naíscoileanna (Irish medium pre-schools) across the north of Ireland.
Youth Activities in Belfast 18 Sep 2007
The proposal is to develop a project which will support young refugees and unaccompanied asylum seekers under the age of 18. The project will recruit and develop volunteers (refugees and asylum seekers and other local young people) who will support individual young people encouraging them to develop language and skills, to meet other young people, to enjoy leisure activities and overcome isolation.
A grant to YouthAction Northern Ireland for Right Here - extra support for period January-April 2014
Arts Mentoring for people who have offended 11 Apr 2016
Founded in 1996, Prison Arts Foundation is dedicated to providing access to the arts for all prisoners, ex-prisoners, young offenders and ex-young offenders in Northern Ireland. It will pilot a project to address the transition from custody into the community through an arts-mentoring scheme, which will support ex-offenders to re-integrate back into the community.
External and Outreach Programme 26 Jun 2007
To develop and deliver a three-year programme of outreach partnerships and activities with community groups to increase access, attendance and participation in theatre.
Young Aspects 16 Jul 2007
Funding would be used to develop the festival's education programme (Young Aspects) through the expansion of outreach work in schools and the launch of a pilot study working with communities in two local estates.