Release Date: 22/09/2011
‘Awards for All’ gives £617,000 to 76 groups in latest grants round in Northern Ireland. For full details on the successful groups, visit www.fundraisingni.org/grant-making
Belfast City Council Good Relations
The IFA Community Relations Department are delighted to announce they have received funding from BCC Good Relations.
This project aims to bring three North Belfast football clubs together – Cliftonville FC, Crusaders FC and Newington FC. This project will include a series of activities that will complement the aims and objectives in bringing three football clubs across North Belfast together. Belfast City Council Good Relations will fund a weekend residential in Northern Ireland for all three clubs to come together to receive training in building skills in mediation, anti-racism and anti-sectarianism. The groups will also take part in a series of activities and workshops during the residential visit to address key issues facing each of their communities - suicide awareness, drugs and alcohol, peer pressure, , identity, for each of the groups involvbed to get to know their peers on an informal bassis. ake part in a sericommunity relations, identity and local politics.
We wish the best of luck to the groups involved in this project with the Irish FA’s Community Relations department.
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