44 matching grants found.
|27 Dec 2002||Shopmobility Ards
This organisation started in October 1998 and has charitable status. The organisation operates a mobility service in Ards Shopping Centre for the less abled and the project is fund employees to man the Shopmobility Service desk on site.
|3 Dec 2002||Ballygalget GAC
Construction of trainng pitch (90x70m)
|£33,313||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Nov 2002||Ballygowan Concert Flute Band
|£33,150||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Nov 2002||Northern Ireland Patchwork Guild
Group Hold Seminars, Workshops And Exhibitions Throughout Northern Ireland. The Group Wants To Hold An Exhibition In Stranmillis With Quiltmaker (Ricky Tims, Colorado, Denver).
|£1,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Nov 2002||Talking Newspaper Account (Newtownards Lions Club)
The group provide local news on tape for those people who are visually impaired. The project is to fund new equipment and enable the group to expand the number of beneficiaries.
|28 Oct 2002||Jiminy Crickets
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4 - 11 years old in Co. Down.
|£29,656||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Oct 2002||The Select Vestry of St. Saviours Parish Church
St. Saviour's Parish Church, Greyabbey
|£23,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 2002||The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Reaching Home - People and Brent Geese
|£41,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Sep 2002||The Bowtown 60 Plus Club
The group provide older people with the opportunity to participate in social activities including bingo, beetle drives and outings. The project is to fund 4 tea dances to encourage social interaction.
|25 Sep 2002||Portaferry In Bloom
The group involves the local community in planning and carrying out environmental projects in Portaferry. It wishes to purchase equipment and materials in order to develop and maintain flower and scrub beds around Portaferry.
|£2,545||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Sep 2002||The Select Vestry of Ballywalter Parish
St Andrew's Parish Church, Balligan - Tercentenary Restoration Project
|£84,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Aug 2002||Vahalla Street Theatre Players
The Group Provide Historical Tours, Conduct Re-Enactments And Narate Past Events. The Project Is To Provide Authentic Costumes And Props To Improve The Quality Of The Short Plays Conducted By The Group.
|£4,638||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||First Comber Scouts
Group provide a service to young people where they can take part in sport, outdoor activities, conservation and education. The group wants to offer a more demanding programme of activities to develop its programme and offer new skills.
|14 Aug 2002||East End Community Association
Group provide dancing, drama, youth and sporting activities for the community. The group wants to improve its facilities to make the premises useable for indoor activities during the winter.
|14 Aug 2002||East Down Positive Farmers Group
The group provides a support network to a farming community. The project is to hold an environmental awareness conference.
|£3,450||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Aug 2002||Peninsula Healthy Living Partnership
Peninsula Healthy Living Partnership
|£699,341||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Peninsula Amateur Theatre Group
This Group Promotes Arts And Provides Training Facilities For Young People In The Area Of Drama And Dance. The Group Wants To Hold A Number Of Performances To Maximise Its Potential.
|£3,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Portavogie and District Youth Club
roup provides weekly activities for young people. The group wants to improve its activities and encourage healthy activities as well as teaching self defence.
|£1,829||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Newtownards & District Childminding Support Group
The group provides support, information and acts as a network for childminders and parents in the area. The project is to setup and equip a toy lending library.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Portaferry Playgroup
Group provides education and activities for pre-school children. The group want to secure its play area by erecting a fence as well ans improving its members physical and developmental skills.
|£4,655||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||The Abbeyfield Donaghadee Society Ltd
The group provides sheltered accommodation for 18 elderly people in 2 houses in Donaghadee. It wishes to run 'Reflections of the Reign' workshops with local P7 pupils, culminating in the production of a booklet and an exhibition.
|£2,925||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Jun 2002||Scrabo Catering Enterprises Limited
This project will expand an existing community business by providing a catering service to the public, and employing those with mental or learning disabilities. This grant, over three years, will pay for a full time catering assistant and a part time cate
|10 Jun 2002||Northern Ireland Childminding Association
This project will provide a childminding network for children with disabilities and additional needs.
|28 May 2002||Meningitis Trust
This project will support the salary of a regional development officer in Northern Ireland to assist the existing manager to raise awareness of, and deliver the services provided by, the Meningitis Trust in Northern Ireland.
|17 May 2002||Ballygowan and District Community Association
The group provides information on health, education and environmental issues as well as various activities for young and old people. It wishes to hold a fun day to celebrate the Jubilee.
|£1,380||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 May 2002||Kirkistown Primary School
This primary school wishes to run a project in celebration of the Jubilee based on the history and cultural traditions over the past 50 years.
|£626||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 May 2002||Friedreichs Ataxia Group
This group provides support and advices for people with Ataxia and it wishes to attend an annual conference in England.
|15 May 2002||Chuckles Playgroup
Group provides care and education for pre school children. The group wants to extend its range of activities in order to stimulate the children by providing up to date play equipment.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 May 2002||Portaferry Mother and Toddlers Group
This playgroup provide pre-school education for children and wish to upgrade the equipment, providing better play.
|£1,250||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 May 2002||Irish Ladies Golf Union NI Region
Talented Junior Development Plan
|£19,785||Sport Northern Ireland|
|5 Apr 2002||Ballyhalbert And District Community Association
This group organises social, educational and recreational activities in the Ballyhalbert area and it wishes to run a 4 day Jubilee festival.
|5 Apr 2002||Northdown Community Works
Group promotes the development of its community and offer family support, advice and guidance and volunteer training. The group wants to run various support programmes for families and children and train younger members on media studies to help develop
|27 Mar 2002||Lisbarnett and Lisbane Community Association
The group provide a range of services for the community, including a youth club, parent/toddler & senior citizen groups. The project is to bring young & older people together to share experiences and generate understanding about traditions.
|27 Mar 2002||Carrowdore Early Years Centre
Group provides pre-school education which includes physical play, creative and imaginative , early scientific and construction play. The group want to increase their members by introducing additional resources which will develop and stimulate the childr
|27 Mar 2002||Londonderry Primary School
PTA fundraiser resources for the primary school, develops family focused activities and supports education of children. The PTA wants to hold a Jubilee event which will include entertainment and the opening of a garden with the children planting.
|£3,028||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Mar 2002||St Patrick's Parish
St Patrick's Church, Newtownards
|£389,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Feb 2002||Ulster Squash
|£3,233||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Feb 2002||Northern Ireland Childminding Association
The grant will be used to create 57 before-school, 66 after-school, 68 holiday and 35 weekend places for children aged 3-14 years old across Belfast, Greater Craigavon, Londonderry, Bangor and Holywood. Up to 58 local schools will be served. 95 places w
|£78,962||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Feb 2002||Daragael Ltd.
This Organisation Provides Programmes Such As Art Classes As Well As Providing Beneficiaries With Opportunities To Learn About Cultural Affiliations. They Will Hold A Series Of Reminiscence Story Telling Events With Guest Storytellers (Ernie Agnew) As Wel
|£4,900||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Feb 2002||1st Portaferry Scout Group
This group provides mental and physical activities for all children in the Portaferry area. They wish to purchase equipment, provide training and pay for an expedition.
|6 Feb 2002||The Donaghadee Community Irish Dancing Group
The group enables young people to learn traditional Irish dancing. The project is to purchase materials to make their first Irish dance costumes for children.
|6 Feb 2002||Glen Afterschools Play Care Project
The group provides an out of school hours play care facility for the children & young people of the area. The project is to purchase equipment for the group.
|£4,993||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Feb 2002||Kircubbin Integrated Primary School
This is an integrated primary school which will create an outside structure dedicated to the enjoyment of reading. The area will be embossed with examples of poetry written by the children of the school.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jan 2002||Greyabbey Village Hall Management Committee
The aim of this group is to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation or other leisure time occupation they wish to purchase equipment for their hall.