Core Funding Scheme is now closed.
About the Core Funding Scheme
The Core Funding Scheme provides support for organisations which are considered of strategic importance in promoting community relations work across Northern Ireland.
The scheme contributes towards salary and organisational running costs.
If you require further assistance, please speak to a member of the Funding and Development team.
Key Principles of the Core Funding Scheme
1. The work must be intentional.
Regardless of the grant scheme, a programme must have a clear good relations purpose from the outset with deliberate and planned activities which directly address sectarianism.
2. It must address an identified good relations need.
All applications must be able to clearly demonstrate the good relations need they want to address and how they have identified this need.
Read here the Application Guidance Notes for the Core Funding Scheme.
Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC)
Applicants are required to outline the outcome in Together: Building a United Community to which the proposed project will contribute.
The Together: Building a United Community Strategy, published on 23 May 2013, reflects the Executive’s commitment to improving community relations and continuing the journey towards a more united and shared society.
CRC organised an online information sessions to provide guidance on the Core Funding Scheme and the application process. Watch the video below to find out more.
How to Apply
The Core Funding Scheme is now closed.