1,394 matching grants found.
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|21 Dec 2006||Strabane District Council
Equipment - Lighting, Stage, Sound and Online Ticketing application October 2006
|£37,845||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Dec 2006||Crossroads Caring For Carers ( N I ) Limited
This project, over 5 years, will identify over 300 young carers in the Eastern and Northern Health and Social Service Board areas and enable them to receive the help and support they need to lead as normal a life as possible. It will extend the organisat
|£522,117||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||The Royal National Institute of Blind People
This three-year project is a new and enhanced element to the work of Eye Matter, a group of young people with sight loss throughout Northern Ireland. These 50 young people, aged 15-25, wish to campaign for equality, and challenge the social exclusion the
|£335,063||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Fleming Fulton School
This is a 4-year project that will work with 1,793 young people aged between 11-25. Total project cost -ú497,536 with 100% requested from BIG. LILAC will promote & support inclusive education & transition for young people with physical difficulties, and as
|£490,831||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Whiterock Creche Association Limited
Funding is recommended for the new five year project 'Young Mums on the Move' which aims to address the impact of teenage pregnancy and young motherhood on young women. The project will benefit 100 young mothers aged 16-19 in North and West Belfast. The
|£315,395||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||First Housing Aid & Support Services
This new, three year, project with First Housing Aid and Support Services (FHASS) as the lead partner, is to work with 60 young fathers from the Foyle Trust area and primarily aged between 10 and 18.The aim of the project is to improve the long-term relat
|£469,979||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Ballymena Family & Addicts Support Group
The New Start project will enable Ballymena Family and Addicts Support Group to develop structured, informal, services to assist current and former substance abusers and their families. The project will work with young people in youth and church-based se
|£549,613||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Springvale Training Limited
The Belfast Computer Clubhouse is a development of a current project between Springvale Training Ltd, the Greater Shankill Partnership, West Belfast Partnership and the British Irish Intergovernmental Secretariat funded to September 2006 by Intel Ireland
|£491,803||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Lisburn Prisoner Support Project
This new 5 year 'Streets Ahead' project will develop and deliver youth provision in three disadvantaged areas of Lisburn City (Old Warren, Hillhead and Hilden). There are currently no statutory youth services in these areas. The project will work with you
|£389,678||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Listening and Talking Can Help
Twenty-four schools and 10,000 young people aged 12-18 living in the council areas of Limavady, Derry and Strabane will benefit over the three-year period of this project. The project is an expansion and development of Listening and Talking Can Help's (L
|£179,843||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Mind Wise New Vision
This new project 'Open Your Mind' is a mental health campaign and peer education project which seeks to target 130,000 students in full-time and 150,000 students in part-time further education aged 16-25, many of whom are likely to have already experience
|£423,290||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Ardoyne Shankill Health Partnership
This new three year project is to work with 3000 individual young people aged 11 to 25 years, primarily from the Ardoyne and Greater Shankill areas of North and West Belfast. The aim is to enable them to reach their full potential in terms of mental healt
|£542,831||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2006||Public Health Agency for Northern Ireland
The new Children's Hospice at Home Service for the SHSSB area, is to develop and provide a flexible hospice at home service to life-limited children and their families by recruiting and training nurses and carers to provide support, planned and emergency
|£533,451||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Starlight Buddies
The Group Promotes The Participation Of Freestyles, Disco, Hiphop And Slow Dance. The Project Is To Provide The Opportunity For Young People To Be Taught Dancing And Participate In Competitions
|£3,240||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||174 Trust
The group provides recreational and social facilities and programme of activities for people with or without physical and learning disabilities and young carers. The project is to provide art workshops and produce a finale performance.
|£9,714||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Comhaltas Dun Lathai
The Groups Promotes And Teaches Traditional Music And To Raise Awareness Of The Arts Within The Community. The Project Is To Provide The Opportunity For Young People To Participate In Music Workshops And Classes.
|£6,940||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Down Writers Network
The Group Provides An Open And Accessible Forum For Creative Writing Through Writing Projects. The Project Is To Provide Workshops And Classes In Various Writing Forms.
|£1,200||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Feis Fhearmanach
The Group Organises Annual Art Competitions In And Around Fermanagh. The Project Is To Provide Workshops And Tutition In Art, Drama And Music.
|£2,600||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Belfast Community Circus School
The Circus School Is Established For The Development And Promotion Of Circus, Drama And Performance Skills Within The Belfast And Greater Belfast Areas. The Project Will Deliver Training Sessions In Circus Skills And Creative Play, Aimed At Three To Seve
|£6,480||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Geordie Hanna Traditional Singing Society
The Group Promotes Loughshore Songs And Culture And To Commemorate The Local Singer Geordie Hanna. The Project Will Bring People Together To Enjoy A Traditional Music Weekend.
|£4,850||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Killadeas Pipe Band
The Band Promotes An Interest In Pipe Band Music, To Develop The Production Of New Work And Extend Participation. The Project Will Deliver Tuition In Piping And Drumming, To Increase Skill Levels.
|£9,264||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Community Arts Forum
The Group Provides Access To Arts For Groups In Northern Ireland. The Project Will Bring People Together To Attend A Two Day International Conference In Belfast.
|£9,997||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Creative Writers Network
The Group Is An Umbrella Organisation For Writers Groups Throughout Northern Ireland. The Project Is To Create A Quarterly Magazine For Local Writers.
|£7,200||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Ballysillan Highland Dancers
The Group Provides The Opportunity For Children And Young People To Participate In Highland Dancing. The Project Is To Offer Quality Tuition.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Newcastle Nomads Ladies Hockey Club
The Club Develops Fitness And Well Being By Encouraging Participation In The Game Of Hockey. The Project Is To Set Up A Mini Hockey Section For Boys And Girls Aged 7 - 11 Years.
|£5,184||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Patrick Sarsfields Juvenile Club
The group provides a range of cultural, sporting and physical activities. The project will bring young people together to participate in football training, a family fun day and sports day.
|£1,173||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Women In Sport And Physical Activity
The Group Provides Community Based Physical Activity Programmes For Girls And Women Aged 12 Years Plus. The Project Is To Offer Weekly Football Coaching To Women Across North And West Belfast In A Non Competitive Environment.
|£3,150||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Castle Juniors Football Club
The Group Develops And Provides Facilities For Young People To Participate In Football. The Project Will Develop Skills Of Coaching Staff Within The Club, To Ifa Coaching Level 1.
|£3,395||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Carryduff GAA Club
The Group Provides The Opportunity For People Of All Ages To Participate In Sport And Physical Activity, And Develop Gaelic Sports. The Project Is To Purchase New Equipment To Further Develop The Club.
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Ards Youth
The Group Provides The Opportunity For Young People Aged 9+ To Participate In Football Coaching And To Compete In Competition. The Project Is To Compete In Local Leagues, Develop New Teams And Provide Quality Coaching.
|£1,850||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Newforge Taggers
The Group Is A Newly Formed Group Which Offers The Opportunity To Coach And Participate In Tag Rugby For People With Learning Disabilities. The Project Is To Purchase Equipment And Attend Coaching Sessions As Part Of The Group Set Up.
|£5,248||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||St Mary's Football Club
The Club Provides Participation And Training In Youth Football, For The Glengormley And North Belfast Areas. The Project Will Deliver A Series Of Coach Education Training, For The Club Coaches, Volunteers And Parents, Developing The Club At Grass Roots L
|£2,850||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Irish Water Polo Association - Ulster Branch
The Group Promotes The Teaching And Practice Of Water Polo In Ulster. The Project Will Deliver A Grass Roots Development Programme Aimed At Young People And Volunteers.
|£6,700||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Jordanstown Tennis Club
The Group Attends Tournaments And Provides Coaching. The Project Will Train Older And Younger People The Skills Of Tennis Which Will Lead On To Members Attending Local Tournaments.
|£10,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2006||Cruse Bereavement Care, N I, Omagh/Fermanagh Branch
The group provides individual and group support and care services. The project is to provide training and to maintain current provision of services through quality volunteering.
|£3,559||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Langford Education and Cultural Society
The group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Crumlin area of Co Antrim. The project will help to develop the group's premises in order to offer educational and recreational activities for people living in the area.
|£9,500||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Portglenone Senior Citizens Thursday Bowling Club
The group provides social and recreational activities to enable older residents of the Portglenone area to socially interact. The project is to provide a bowling trip and Christmas outing for the club members. Bowling entrance fees (-ú55 of -ú105), Bowling
|£1,130||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||United Line Dancers
The group provides line dancing for people of all ages, living in and around the Limavady area. The project will increase resources of the group to provide line dancing, through the purchase of additional equipment.
|£5,096||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Waterside Area Partnership Ltd
The group promotes capacity building within its community and encourages co-operation and joint working amongst community groups. The project is to purchase new office equipment.
|£3,147||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||St Joseph's College
The group is a secondary school. The project is to provide after school trampolining lessons for 7-18 year olds. 3 x trampolines plus carriage (-ú6,000), coaching 25 weeks X 2 classes X 2 hours per class X -ú20 per hour X 2 coaches (-ú4,000)
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Marlagh Education & Cultural Group
The group promotes and educates people in the Ulster Scots traditions and cultures. The project will promote a better quality of life for all involved as there will be additional events/ projects available within the hall from where the group operates th
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Granard Community Group
The group is established to promote rural regeneration, advance education and provide facilities to improve the health and welfare of its community, in the Cookstown area. The project will deliver a range of cultural and education activities, to develop
|£6,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Seacourt Community Council
The group promotes development amongst community groups within the Larne area of Co Antrim through a range of educational programmes and networking with other community groups and agencies. The project will give the atmosphere of a disco for young people
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Castledawson Primary School
The school provides an education service to 4-11yr olds. The project will increase physical activity amongst pupils and increase awareness of the environment by creating a nature garden.
|£9,910||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Ballybeen Women's Centre Limited
The group advances education and provides a range of activities for it's community within the Ballybeen area of East Belfast. The project will develop the skills of peer educators through a residential with training and deliver a sexual health informatio
|£9,395||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Whitehead Glasgow Rangers Over 50s Club
The group offers various activities for older people living in the Whitehead area of Co Antrim. The project will develop the club in a number of ways, through participation in sports/arts/heritage activities and social trips, thereby help to reduce socia
|£4,640||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Forever Young Club
The club provides a range of social, educational and health related activities, to improve the health and mental well being of people aged fifty and over, in the Craigavon area. The project will deliver a range of activities, improving the health and wel
|£9,220||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Involve
The group support volunteers through recognises, rewarding, training and developing volunteers and volunteer opportunities. The project is to hold training sessions and reward activities for volunteers in the Cookstown and Magherafelt area.
|£9,810||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Armagh & Dungannon COPD Support Group
The group offers support for people sufffering from Chronic Obstrutive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) which is a disease affecting the lungs. The project is to provide respite breaks and to purchase essential equipment to be used during the breaks.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Lough Shore Open Door Club
The group promotes the benefit of older people living in the Loughshore area of Dungannon. The project will involve more older people in a wide range of activities, including opportunities to host events for other older people's groups, educational outin
|£9,921||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Riding for the Disabled - Fort Centre
The group provides a therapeutic riding services for people who are physically/mentally disabled. The project will enable the group to expand its current service by purchasing additional equipment.
|£5,499||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||North West Cultural Association
The group promotes cutlure and heritage to the local community of Coleraine providing a better understanding and insight into history and the Ulster Scots theme. The project is to produce a concert and organise a heritage trip.
|£2,849||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Glenullin & Agivey Conservation & Development Group
The group holds environmental projects, educational classes and holds information evenings. The project will train members in a range of computer based skills.
|£9,284||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||St. Colmcille's Youth Club
The club provides a wide range of activities for young people living in the Downpatrick area of Co Down. The project will enable the club to implement specialist arts and sports programmes, thereby creating new activities for young people to participate.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Straidbilly Primary School
The group is a primary school provideing social, recreational and educational activites. The project is to create an outdoor classroom.
|£6,992||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Midland Senior Citizens' Club
The group promotes the benefit of older people living in and around the York and Shore Road area of Belfast. The project will encourage more people to participate in activities through the provision of better facilities at the group's centre.
|£2,458||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Castlereagh Borough Council
The council provides a level of services and amenities throughout it local authority area. The grant will enable the council to purchase two defibrillators, this will enable its facilities to cater for older people and people with long term illness.
|£3,960||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Toome Association of Community Groups
This group acts as an umbrella group for ten community groups in the area. The project will train people in IT skills.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Upper Andersonstown Festival Committee
The group provides festival and educational activities and opportunities for it's community in the Upper Andersonstown area. The project will deliver two community health festivals, promoting health lifestyles and provide seasonal, festival activities.
|£8,850||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Lower Ormeau & Botanic Environmental Group
The group promotes the benefit of older people who live in the Lower Ormeau and Botanic areas of Belfast. The project will help to reduce social isolation which is often felt by older people, through recreational trips and a Christmas event.
|£1,975||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Clonard Monastery Youth Centre
The centre provides a range of social, recreational and educational activities for young people, living in and around the Clonard ward of Belfast. The project will enable the centre to provide a range of arts based, educational and developmental opportun
|£9,899||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||The Northern Ireland Amenity Council
The group promotes the protection, preservation and improvement of the physical environment in Northern Ireland. The project will provide a record of the achievement of local communities, through the publishing of a booklet, celebrating the Best Kept awa
|£9,625||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Derry Well Women Limited
The group provides a range of health programmes for women in the community. The project will hold a support group for women with eating disorders.
|£6,685||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Portaferry Playgroup
The group provides a structured play and development services to pre school children. The project will increase physical activity by introducing children to monkeynastix and jo jingles.
|£3,523||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Bright Community Association
The group provides a facility for community groups to carry out projects and activities. The project is to purchase new equipment for a newly built community centre.
|£9,811||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||St. Oliver Plunkett Youth Club
The club caters for young people aged between 8 - 25 years, helping to provide social, educational and recreational activities for it-+s members. The project will create further opportunities for young people through the purchase of computer and gymnastic
|£9,910||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Killough Playgroup
The group enhances the development and education of pre-school age children, in the Killough area of Down District Council. The project will enhance the skills of children and their parents, through art and environment activities and through the installa
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Magherafelt Women's Group Limited
The group advances education and protects the health of all women, living in the Magherafelt area. The project will develop skills of young children, through providing play equipment and resources, for the group's new daycare facility.
|£9,864||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Annaclone Bowling Club
The group encourage and facilitate participation in physical activity for all ages through indoor bowling within the Banbridge Area. The project is to provide social activities for older people to break down isolation in a rural area.
|£9,669||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Burren Rural Association
The group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Burren area of Co Down through a wide range of activities. The project will create opportunities for the wider community through a range of educational classes, including I.T, music, history and f
|£5,951||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Play Tots Mother & Toddler Group
The group provides stimulating play facilities for under 3's. The project will enable the group to run seasonal events, hold a fun day and a summer outing.
|£3,175||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Strabane Farmers Forum
The group is a umbrella organisation which represents 11 farmers and rural groups in its area. The project will enable the group to provide a health advice and information service.
|£7,250||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Royal British Legion Womens Section Waterside Branch, London
The group provides activities and support for women who have served in the armed forces or who had partners who served in the armed forces, with this branch operating and serving it's community in Derry/Londonderry area. The project will bring together o
|£3,030||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||The Balnamore and District Community Association
The group promotes community activity and holds educational outing and health and exercise programmes. The project will bring the community together to participate in a range of social and sporting activities and training courses.
|£8,129||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Eglinton Community Limited
The group provides a wide range of social, educational and recreational activities, for it's community, in the Eglinton area of Derry/Londonderry. The project will allow the group to deliver more activities, with the upgrade of the heating system in it's
|£8,653||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Cloughfin Youth Club
The club provides a programme of social, cultural, educational, recreational and other relevant youth activities for young people living in the Sixmilecross area of Co Tyrone. The project will bring young people together to learn and socialise, through t
|£3,790||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Benburb Regeneration Group
The group provides activities of a social, recreational and educational nature, for its community in the Benburb area and promotes the Ulster Scots heritage and culture. The project will bring the local community together for two social events, dispellin
|£700||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Cloughmills Senior Citizens Bowling Club
The club promotes community participation in healthy recreation by the provision of facilities for indoor bowling. The project will give people over the age of 55 the opportunity to lead a more active lifestyle through participation in physical activitie
|£2,360||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Recycled Teenagers
The group holds physical recreational activities for older people. The project will bring members together to attend tea dances and a day trip.
|£4,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Home Accident Prevention Craigavion & Banbridge
The group promotes home accident prevention to people in its area. The project will enable people who are visually impaired and deaf/hard of hearing the importance of safety in the home.
|£2,042||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Derganagh Training and Development Association
The group advances education and provides facilities for it's community in the Magherafelt area. The funding will provide adequate equipment to allow the group to provide training and for future events.
|£1,450||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Mullabrack Community Partnership
The group promotes the benefit of people living in the Mullabrack are of Co Armagh. The project will bring rural, isolated people together to develop new skills, through cultural, health related and social activities.
|£9,415||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Action Mental Health
The group provides services and support to people with mental health illnesses, within the North Down and Ards Borough council areas. The project will deliver drama coaching sessions, aimed at increasing the confidence of people with mental health illnes
|£3,360||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Omagh Support & Self Help Group
The group provides support to victims and survivors in the Omagh area. The project will enable the group to archive information on the events leading up to and following the atrocity of the Omagh Bombing
|£4,956||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||St Mary's Primary School
The school provides an education service to 4-11yr olds and holds afterschool activities. The grant will enable the school to install playground markings and play equipment.
|£9,990||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Tannagh-Hill Rural Development Association
The group promotes and provides social activities in the Tannagh Hill area of Armagh. The project is to provide a varied programme of social and craft activities.
|£5,482||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||The A Team (Laurels Self-Advocacy Group)
The group aims to represent the interests of people with learning difficulties who attend the Laurels Day centre, in the Newry and Mourne area. The project will develop a physical activity programme for people with learning difficulties, through the purc
|£9,275||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||Dunamoney Flute Band
The band teaches music to young people and attends festivals and parade. The project will bring the local people together to enjoy Christmas festivities and a fun day.
|£5,050||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||All Saints' Crossdernott Bowling Club
The group promotes the sport of bowls within its local community. The project will enable the group to hold bowling matches with new equipment.
|£2,100||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Dec 2006||Holywell Trust
Diamond War Memorial Project
|£49,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Dec 2006||Arts Care
Music, creative writing and visual art residencies.
|£18,352||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Dec 2006||Moving on Music
Travel by Brian Irvine Ensemble to Washington April 2007
|£45,228||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Dec 2006||Belfast Print Workshop
Exhibition and Residency In Washington
|£30,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Dec 2006||Camerata Ireland
Camerata Ireland concert Washington March 2007
|£63,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Dec 2006||Creggan Country Park Enterprises Ltd
A Step Back in Time
|£37,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2006||Clan na Gael Camogie Club
The club promotes the sport of camogie for the benefit of inhabitants of the Craigavon area . The project is to implement a physical activity programme for young girls and older women.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Nov 2006||Glenravel Local History Project
Snapshots of Belfast II
|£49,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Nov 2006||Bay Graveyard Improvement Group
Bay Graveyard Improvement Project
|£8,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Nov 2006||The Cresco Trust
London Street Cathedral School
|£849,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Nov 2006||Reminiscence Network Northern Ireland
Valuing heritage by valuing memories
|£221,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|