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£5,000 anniversary awards available in Northern Ireland

Howard Lake | 23 April 2015 | News

The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland’s Telecommunity Fund has announced its first £5,000 grant from a special 25th Anniversary fund that will see five projects awarded £5,000 each.
The first grant was awarded to the Buddy Bear Trust, which funds the Conductive Education School for Children with motor disorders in Dungannon. The £5,000 grant is to purchase a specialist 70” interactive Colour Activity Board which will be used to help develop pupils’ communication and motor skills.
The Telecommunity Fund, set up in collaboration with BT and the Communication Workers’ Union (CWU), recently celebrated 25 years of grant-making and the distribution of over £1 million to grassroots community organisations across Northern Ireland through its small grants programme.
For more information on applying for one of the four remaining special awards, contact Sharon Barry, Community Projects Officer for the Telecommunity Fund on 02890 245927 or visit the Foundation’s website.
Meanwhile, the Foundation’s long-standing chairman, Tony McCusker, is standing down and they are advertising for a replacement.