was awarded to
Rosie's Trust

Monday 28 August 2017

Big Lottery Fund

The group helps people coping with the impact of old age and conditions including cancer to care for and stay with their companion pets. It is using the ?499,281 grant over five years to expand their support by creating regional teams of volunteers across Northern Ireland to allow people to keep their pets which offer an important emotional bond and reduce social isolation. The project reaches people who need support and befriending from groups including Marie Curie, Macmillan and Age NI.

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Location Data

Postal Town:


Local Authority:

North Down


Northern Ireland

UK Constituency:

North Down

EU Constituency:

Northern Ireland

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  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment and Charitable Expenditure
  • 2017
  • North Down
  • Northern Ireland
  • North Down
  • Northern Ireland

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