- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Outdoor Recreation (N Ireland) 13 Mar 2018
GREAT PLACE SCHEME: The Arney River Heritage Corridor – connecting our communities through our heritage, history and culture
Support 2gether 27 Mar 2018
The group, based in Omagh, is using the £9,800 grant to offer one-to-one support from a mental health coach for women experiencing ante- or post-natal depression.
The primary school, based in Roslea, Co Fermanagh, is using the grant of £10,000 to build a new outdoor play area.
The Fermanagh based scout group are using the £10,000 to buy furniture and equipment for the Cladagh Glen Scout Centre to make it more accessible and usable for a wider range of activities. They are buying a cooker, a woodburner, kitchen equipment and lounge furniture.
Tummery PS Together Transforming Tummery 15 Mar 2018
The primary school, based in Dromore, Co Tyrone, is using the grant of £10,000 to build a new outdoor play area and buy iPads, laptops, and other ICT equipment including software.
Fermanagh SSG Lets Recover from Stroke Together 15 Mar 2018
The group supports stroke survivors and their carers in Fermanagh. They are using funding of £10,000 to run activities that will improve social skills and offer mutual support and time out for carers.
LOL 439 Hall Refurbishment Project 15 Feb 2018
The organisation, based in Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh, runs social and cultural activities throughout the year for the local community. They are using a £10,000 grant to refurbish the current hall, installing a new kitchen and upgrading the heating and lighting systems. This will make the hall more usable for all members of the community.
The playgroup, based in Garrison, Co Fermanagh, is using the £10,000 grant to resurface the soft play area, build an outdoor learning space and playhouse, and to install two buddy benches.
Youth Sport Omagh Refurbishment Work 15 Feb 2018
The Omagh based cross-community organisation runs sports and physical activity programmes for young people in the area. It is using the grant of £8,800 to refurbish its building, including putting in a new carpet, replacing the doors, and installing energy-efficient lighting.
St Josephs Enniskillen Digi Lead Computing in PS 27 Mar 2018
The Enniskillen college is using the grant of £9,444 to buy a range of educational technology equipment including a parrot drone, iPads, a projector, an Apple TV and portable speakers.
Clogher Valley RFC Emergency Medical Assistance 18 Jan 2018
The Fivemiletown-based rugby club is using the £649 grant to buy a stretcher and shelter for use in the event of an accident on the pitch, until emergency services arrive.
The group, based in Greencastle, Co Tyrone, is using a grant of £10,000 to install a new boiler system and security cameras and provide a keyless entry system to the community gym, to support the group’s work with the local community.
The group, based in Co Tyrone, is using a grant of £10,000 to refurbish the kitchen and replace stairs in their club to make their space more useable for community events.
The school in Enniskillen is using a £9,600 grant to give staff training around mental health and suicide, as well as training on how to share that learning with pupils and other members of staff.
The group, based in the Campsie area of Omagh, is using a £6,954 grant to deliver run a programme of activities for the older people in the area, including dances, craft classes and cultural trips.
The group, based in Omagh, is using the £10,000 grant to provide respite trips and personal development workshops to their members to reduce feelings of isolation, increase self-esteem and self-confidence. This also includes art therapy, glass art making, and a cookery demonstration day.
The group is based in Sixmilecross, Co Tyrone and provides community activities and events. It is using a grant of £10,000 to replace a ground source heat pump. The pump will mean the group is more able to support the local community.