51 local groups awarded Volunteering Small Grants

Communities Minister Paul Givan has announced 51 borough organisations have won Volunteering Small Grants.
Communities Minister Paul Givan has announced 51 borough organisations have won Volunteering Small Grants.

Fifty-one organisations in the Mid & East Antrim Borough are among 727 groups province-wide sharing in £600k from the Volunteering Small Grants Programme

The programme provides grants to help organisations recruit and support volunteers.

Among the 51 local winners were - 1st Cullybackey Guides £744, 1st Cullybackey Senior Section £830, 2nd Ahoghill BB £700, All Saints ABC £960, Ballymena & District Carers’ Group £880, Ballymena Lions Club £640, Broughshane & District Community Association Limited £760, Broughshane Improvement Committee £957, Carniny Amateur Youth Football Club £944, Good Morning Ballymena £855, Portglenone Enterprise Group £1080, Rectory Residents Association £540, Good Morning Ballymena £855, Hillstown Rural Community Group £1,080, the Hope Centre £784,Kells & Connor Community Improvement Association £1,080, Kells & Connor Cougars £960,North Ballymena Community Cluster £877, Raglan Community Renovation Development Society £960, Seven Towers Community Association £960 and Broughshane Environment Waterfowl & Wildlife Trust £400.