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1. CCF News and Events

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3. Fundraising News
1. CCF News & Events
On Saturday 9th March Carrickfergus Peace Impact Project facilitated a group of residents from the Castlemara estate to travel to the Titanic museum, West Belfast peace walls and murals on the Shankill road.
A coach was hired to take the group of 29 local residents on the trip leaving Castlemara shop at 10am before travelling on to the Titanic museum for the fantastic tour around the museum. We then moved across to the Peace walls separating the Shankill from the Falls where our guide gave the group a history talk on how and why the walls where built and needed. From here the group traveled around the greater Shankill stopping to hear the history of the many murals and memorials in remembrance of those murdered in atrocities carried out during the troubles.
The trip finished with lunch in Cuffs restaurant, Crumlin road prison.
On Monday 4th March Carrickfergus Peace Impact project facilitated a history class in Albert road Orange hall covering the history of Ireland from the Normans - the Plantation of Ulster - the Home Rule crisis and partition in 1921 leading to the formation of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and how Carrickfergus played an important role in these historic events in our history. DR Eamon Phoenix presented this very interesting evening as part of our serious of events surrounding the formation of Northern Ireland.
 
To reserve a place please contact Jamie-lee on 02893 359777 or email jamie-leeccf@btconnect.com
Access NI Enhanced Checks
 
Carrickfergus Community Forum is a registered Umbrella Body with Access NI. This means that we submit enhanced criminal record checks for community organisations in Carrickfergus. Access NI authorises umbrella bodies to provide these services to organisations.

For more information on this service please contact: janicecherry@btconnect.com or telephone the office on 02893359777
2. Community News
3. Funding News

   New or Updated Funding Initiatives
 

 

New or Updated Funding Initiatives


Woodward Charitable Trust: Playschemes

One of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts. Each year the Woodward Charitable Trust fund summer playschemes for children between the ages of 5-16 years. Most grants awarded are in the range of £500 to £1,000. Around 35 grants are made each year.  

Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website
 

Vodafone UK Foundation

Connecting for Good is about combining Vodafone's charitable giving and technology to make a difference in the world. Globally, the Vodafone Foundation supports projects that are focused on delivering public benefit through the use of mobile technology across the areas of health, education and disaster relief.

Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website
 

The Percy Bilton Charity

Supports UK Charities assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities, people with mental health problems and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects.  (NB the charity also supports individuals in financial need who have a disability or severe mental health problem, or who are over 65 on low income.)

Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website

 


 
 
 
 

Key Dates for your Fundraising Diary


Social Justice Small Grants Programme

The Social Justice Small Grants Programme, funded by Atlantic Philanthropies, aims to support local community groups with projects and initiatives that contribute to peacebuilding, tackle the impact of poverty and austerity measures and/or give voice to excluded groups.

Closing Date 25 Mar 2019.  Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website
 

BMA Giving: Charitable Purposes Subcommittee

BMA Giving is a committee of BMA members who meet annually to determine the grants which are made by the BMA to healthcare charities for projects that create lasting benefits to patient care, the medical profession or medical/health research.  Grants are up to £50,000 although smaller grants will also be considered.

Deadline 29 Mar 2019.  Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website
 

Executive Office: Minority Ethnic Development Fund (MEDF)

Pprovides support for voluntary and community organisations working with minority ethnic people and groups.  The aim of the Fund is to assist minority ethnic and local community organisations to promote good relations between people of different ethnic backgrounds.  There are 3 tiers of funding offering from £100 to £75000.

Closing Date (2pm) 21 Mar 2019.  Find out more on GrantTracker or on the website
 
 

For a full list of upcoming dates see GrantTracker

 

For a full list of upcoming dates see GrantTracker

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