16 matching grants found.
|17 Feb 2015||Caledon Womens Institute
The group work for the improvement of homes and rural and urban life in the Gosford area, County Armagh. They will use the grant to hold a celebration dinner.
|£1,880||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Dec 2012||Caledon Regeneration Partnership Limited
The group is a social economy enterprise which provides accommodation for both business and community use. The project will use their grant to replace existing single glazed windows to double glazed units making the building more comfortable for those who
|£7,560||Big Lottery Fund|
|24 Oct 2012||Afasic
Afasic provides help and support for children and young people affected by speech, language and communication needs. The grant will allow the organisation to re-engage professional help to develop a three to five year business strategy.
|£8,100||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Aug 2012||Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council
Blackwater River & Ulster Canal Living Heritage Project
|£70,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Dec 2011||Afasic
The grant will be used to improve the lives of young people across NI who've speech, language & communication needs. The project will run a range of activities & services to improve confidence, self-esteem & social skills of the young people. The project
|£382,021||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Oct 2008||Killylea Womens Institute
The group aims to enable women to take a more effective part in local community life and development. The project will deliver a selection of community based classes.
|£3,545||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 May 2006||St. Joseph's Primary School
'Caledon - Our Village'
|£10,016||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|9 Aug 2005||Tynan & District Diabetes UK Voluntary Group
An award has been made to the Tynan & District Diabetes UK Voluntary Group to allow them to hold a presentation evening regarding WW2 and American GI's. A exhibition of photographs, memorabilia and army uniforms will also be displayed.
|£550||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2005||Tynan & District Diabetes UK Voluntary Group
The branch offers guidance, support and counselling to diabetics who are newly diagnosed or longer term sufferers. The project will provide social and educational activities for sufferers and their carers to improve awareness and self esteem.
|£2,820||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Feb 2005||Caledon Womens Institute
The group provides educational and recreational activities for local women. The project will assist increase community activity be encouraging new group members through the provision of additional activities to celebrate its 50 anniversary.
|8 Sep 2000||Caledon Development Association
This Group Provides Social And Cultural Activities In The Local Community. Marquee And Electrical Costs. Publicity, Trophies, Prizes.
|1 Jun 2000||Armagh Home Accident Prevention Group
This group provides awareness of home safety issues. The grant will help produce a booklet, to be distributed to 500 families, giving practical advice on home safety awareness for adults with children. Safety and presentation equipment will be purchased t
|12 Nov 1999||Dungannon and Armagh Ramblers and Bowlers
This group provides a social outlet for visually impaired people. The grant will enable this group, which works to socially include visually impaired people, to provide extended activities and events over the next six months. The group is the only social
|3 Sep 1999||Armagh Carers Group
The grant will pay for carers' expenses and training expenses for volunteers/committee.
|21 Jan 1999||Caledon Playgroup
This cross-community playgroup will use the grant to purchase playschool equipment and assist with running costs.
|14 Sep 1998||Caledon Regeneration Partnership Ltd
Caledon Conservation and Enhancement Programme
|£760,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|