Author: Aisling Johnston

  • Reset & Recovery Grantmaking Programme

    Reset & Recovery Grantmaking Programme

    The aim of the LFT Reset & Recovery Grantmaking Programme is to identify and support charitable organisations in Northern Ireland which encourage people to achieve and sustain recovery from substance dependence and addiction . LFT is offering grants of up to £7,000 for programmes or initiatives that will empower individuals affected by addiction make positive…

  • Recruitment

    Grants & Administration Officer The role of Grants & Administration Officer is to provide high quality administrative support to the General Manager and facilitate an expansion of LFT Charitable Trust’s grantmaking function and activities to support grant partners. This role requires a professional, well organised and confident individual to join a small, but highly effective,…

  • Mind Matters Grantmaking Programme

    Mind Matters Grantmaking Programme

    Whilst it is apparent that long-term reform of the entire healthcare system is required, in the short term LFT recognises that local charitable organisations providing these services are struggling to cope with demand and the increase in referrals of people who are in current significant distress. The aim of this LFT Grant making Programme is…

  • Accessible & Inclusive Grantmaking Programme

    Accessible & Inclusive Grantmaking Programme

    Recent research suggests that over a third of people with disabilities experience difficulties related to their impairment in accessing public, commercial and community sector services. The aim of this LFT Grant making Programme is to support charities undertake modifications which make their premises accessible for those with disabilities and better equipped to welcome and serve…

  • Creative Connections

    Objective The aim of this LFT Grantmaking Programme is to sustain and strengthen the sense of belonging and empower people living with dementia through participation in intergenerational and community-based creative arts initiatives. Context There are currently over 22,000 people living with dementia in Northern Ireland, according to the Alzheimer’s Society, and this number is projected…