19 matching grants found.
|27 Dec 2002||Feeny Community Association Ltd
This group provide social, recreational and educational facilities for the people of Feeny in Derry. The main aim of the project is to run formal and non-formal learning opportunities, training for volunteers and provide adequate youth facilities. The g
|2 Dec 2002||Benedy Community Association
The main activities of the organisation involve the enhancement of the lives of the local community in bringing them together to provide for an educational or social need. Activities include running courses, fun days, providing information and advice and
|20 Nov 2002||The Winding Roe Magazine Committee
The group, which was set up in June 2002, provides a forum for reporting community events in Dungiven. It wishes to produce a magazine for Christmas 2002 which will record community and sporting events and include articles on local history.
|25 Sep 2002||Greysteel Community Association
This group provides social, educational and recreational activities for people in the Greysteel area of Londonderry. It wishes to purchase office equipment, hold a children's party and an event for older people.
|25 Sep 2002||Dromboughil Community Association
The group develop the social, economic, tourist and recreational facilities available in the area. The project is to hold educational classes for the community.
|16 Aug 2002||Dungiven/Burnfoot Family Support Initiative
The grant would be used to sustain 24 before-school, 60 after-school and 60 holiday places for children aged 4-14 years old in Limavady.
|£29,895||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Aug 2002||Roe Valley Folk Club
This Folk Club In Limavady Which Promotes Common Aspects Of Different Cultures Wish To Run A Series Of Workshops Followed By Performances.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||Gelvin Women's Group
The group works to improve the quality of life of women in the area and to encourage their involvement in community affairs. It wishes to run arts and crafts classes for local women, making lifelong learning accessible to people living in a rural area.
|£3,382||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Aug 2002||Vale Sports Committee
The Group Provides A Safe Environment For Young People To Socialise With Peers. The Project Is To Provide A Range Of Summer Activities For Young People.
|£2,885||Sport Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Burnfoot Rural Womens Group
This women's group in the Dungiven area wish to plan a series of activities over 1 year.
|26 Jun 2002||Feeny Youth Club
This youth club in Feeny wish to organise a series of events and classes throughout the summer.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Jun 2002||Kevin Lynch Hurling Club
Construction of a full sized playing pitch
|£70,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|15 May 2002||Benedy Youth Club
Group provides social, cultural and recreational activities for 5-16yr olds. The gorup wants to organise an extensive summer and winter programes to cater for the members as well organisings a day trip .
|£3,461||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 May 2002||Benedy Community Association Women's Group
Group provides support, information and guidance to its members. The group wants to provides a series of classes to introduce new skills to women.
|£3,229||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Apr 2002||Foreglen Community Association
The project is to manage existing activities in the community hall and to develop and implement a marketing strategy to increase usage of the hall. The grant, over 3 years, will pay for the salary of a part time Community Centre Manager, running costs an
|5 Apr 2002||Burnfoot, Foreglen & Gortnaghey Partnership
The project is to develop, implement and manage projects which will address needs of each of the 3 communities, ensuring that the communities develop in a strategic and sustainable way. The grant, over 2 years, will pay for salaries of 2 posts (full time
|27 Mar 2002||St Canice's Primary School, Feeny
This primary school in the Feeny area of Derry wish to run a fun, after schools project based on mathematics.
|£630||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Feb 2002||Feeny Community Association Ltd
The project will enable Feeny Community Association to employ a Community Development Officer who will assist the organisation to continue and develop its range of activities and services with a view to addressing the needs of the people in the Feeny area
|2 Jan 2002||Banagher Historical Group
The Group Provides People With An Opportunity To Explore The History Of The Local Area. The Project Will Enable The Group To Organise Various Activities And Build Create A Database For Future Research.
|£4,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|