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Ulster Bank Community Impact Fund

The Ulster Bank Community Impact Fund is a £250,000 fund established to give local communities a welcome boost by providing grants to support their work in enterprise creation, financial education and employability initiatives throughout the Island of Ireland.

The Ulster Bank Community Impact Fund is a £250,000 fund established to give local communities a welcome boost by providing grants to support their work in enterprise creation, financial education and employability initiatives throughout the Island of Ireland.

The Community Foundation for Ireland and The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland manage the Fund on behalf of Ulster Bank.

This year’s fund is open for applications from all non-profit, voluntary and community based organisations from Friday 25th of April until Friday 23rd of May. Awards will be announced in September.

Community Groups in Northern Ireland can apply online by clicking here.

Community Groups in the Republic of Ireland can apply online by clicking here.

In 2013, 25 community organisations received £290,000 in grant funding from the Ulster Bank Community Impact Fund. Download a summary of the projects funded.

Fund recipients in Northern Ireland

  • First Steps Women’s Centre
  • Dromboughil Community Association
  • Richmount Rural Community Association
  • Community Direct
  • Dungannon and Cookstown Business Education Partnership
  • Young Enterprise Northern Ireland
  • Advice NI
  • Argyle Business Centre

Fund recipients in the Republic of Ireland

  • Ballyhaunis Family Resource Centre
  • Ballymun Whitehall Area Partnership
  • Coolock Development Council
  • Cork City Partnership
  • DCU in the Community
  • Foroige
  • Galway Rape Crisis Centre
  • Galway Simon Community
  • Irish Wheelchair Association (Kilkenny)
  • Irish Wheelchair Association (Cork)
  • NABCO Dublin City Housing Co-operative Housing Society
  • New Life Centre
  • Raheen Community Development Group Ltd
  • South East Simon Community (South Tipperary)
  • South East Simon Community (Waterford)
  • South West Wexford Community Development Group
  • Southside Partnership
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