15th May 2015

DSD NI Small Grants programme now open.

Grants of between £200 and £1200 are available to organisations working with volunteers in N. Ireland.

To be eligible for funding, organisations must demonstrate how their proposal delivers on at least one of the programme outcomes set out below.

Objective 1 – Increase Volunteer activity by groups under-represented in the volunteering population, including people not in paid work.
Objective 2 – Innovation – Increasing Diversity and Numbers
Objective 3 – Increase in numbers of new Volunteers
Objective 4 – New Approaches to Involvement of Volunteers

Deadline for Applications – 12 noon Friday 29th May 2015

Application packs can be downloaded from the AIVC website


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