Identifying the right network of dedicated and ambitious partners has enabled us to deliver on our charitable purposes and activities. Here are just some of the life-changing projects that our grant partners have been involved in.

Homeplus NI

Homeplus engages with up to 500 marginalised and vulnerable people each year and as many as 50 people per day attend the drop in centre. Service users can access food and clothing parcels, participate in social, recreational and educational activities and avail of health screening, befriending and advice services. Read More

Caring Breaks

Many carers report that caring can negatively impact their own physical and mental health.

Caring Break’s weekly respite sessions enable carers to physically and mentally sustain their caring role secure in the knowledge that their loved one is being well cared for and supported. Read More

Linking Generations NI

Linking Generations Northern Ireland inspire and support the growth of an age-friendly society by bringing generations together in purposeful, mutually beneficial activities which promote greater understanding and respect. Read More

Compass Advocacy Network (CAN)

Supporting people become informed and empowered citizens is at the core of CAN. Read More


GLOW’s unique programmes equip young women and girls with the tools and techniques to build their confidence, self-esteem, resilience and life skills. Read More

Belfast Lough Sailability

Sailing is one of the few sports in which able-bodied sailors and sailors with disabilities can participate on equal terms. Read More

Every Day Harmony

Every Day Harmony is passionate about the power of music to stimulate communication and interaction in people regardless of disability, ethnicity or age. Read More

Dreamscheme NI

Dreamscheme is an award-winning youth development organisation seeking to bring about positive transformations in young people and communities in South and East Belfast. Read More

Brain Injury Matters

Brain Injury Matters is a local charity dedicated to supporting, promoting and empowering all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) injury to rebuild their lives and reach their full potential in family and community life. Read More

TEN Foundations

Filipino parents value education as one of the most important legacies they can impart to their children. However, in places such as Balayan in the Philippines, the limited resources of many families often dictates that the basic needs of food and shelter are, by necessity, prioritised over education. Read More

Buddy Bear Trust

The Buddy Bear Trust Conductive Education School is Northern Ireland’s only Conductive Education school for children with Cerebral Palsy and motor disorders. Their underlying philosophy is a belief in the child’s ability to learn. Read More

Mae Murray Foundation

The aim of this member led organisation is to create inclusive environments and opportunities that enable true participation for all in community-based leisure and social activities. Read More

The Right Key

What started in 2013, as a singing for health project, has now evolved into the creation of a community of individuals of all ages and backgrounds sharing and supporting each other in their recovery from addiction, trauma and poor mental health. Read More

Rural Support

Rural Support was established in response to the emotional trauma experienced by the farming and rural community in the aftermath of the outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in the early 2000’s.

The mental anguish caused by the destruction of animals, together with the devastating financial impact, highlighted the need for a service which offered specific emotional and personal support. Read More

Flourish NI

It was a visit to Thailand by Jill Robinson and Elizabeth McKee that prompted the realisation that human trafficking was a little known crime that had a firmly established presence in Northern Ireland. Read More

ARC Fitness

After struggling with addiction for 15 years, Gary Rutherford turned his life around, training as a mental health nurse and addiction counsellor. In 2019 he set up ARC Fitness to share his personal and professional experiences using mental and physical fitness for the benefit of others struggling with their negative relationship to substances. Read More

Adsum Foundation

Since its establishment in 2008, Adsum Foundation has worked extensively supporting people and vulnerable communities in Madagascar and investing in a brighter future for this developing nation. Critical to Adsum’s success has been the development of effective partnerships with organisations working at the grass roots level. Read More

South Belfast Foodbank

After twelve months in the planning, South Belfast Foodbank, part of a nationwide network supported by the Trussell Trust, first opened its doors in October 2014 and provides emergency food parcels for individuals and families. The parcels typically contain a range of foodstuffs, reflecting specific dietary needs, to create nutritionally balanced meals for a minimum of three days. Read More


Sólás was initially established in 2009 as a charity supporting children and young people with a broad range of additional needs including autism and ASD. Since then, the organisation has grown to incorporate a comprehensive range of social development programmes, projects to promote education and family support initiatives. Based in South Belfast, Sólás’ reach extends throughout NI. Read More