About the Scheme
The North Belfast Strategic Good Relations Programme (NBSGRP) is a key good relations funding scheme delivered as part of the Executive’s wider Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC) Strategy.
NBSGRP is delivered in partnership with the Community Relations Council (CRC). The Executive Office is responsible for the strategic direction of the Programme, with CRC managing the administration and co-ordinating the evaluation of project outcomes over the course of the funding cycle.
The Programme is delivered by 11 contract holders and their partner organisations, with the key aim of improving relations between and within communities in North Belfast.
Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC)
The T:BUC Strategy, published 23 May 2013, reflects The Executive Office’s commitment to improving community relations and continuing the journey towards a more united and shared society.
Here is a list of groups funded by the North Belfast Strategic Good Relations Programme during 2018/19:
- Ardoyne Youth Enterprise
- Ashton Community Trust
- Ballysillan Community Forum
- Cliftonville Community Regeneration Forum
- Greater Whitewell Community Surgery
- Ligoniel Improvement Association
- Mount Vernon Community Development Forum
- Shankill Women’s Centre
- Upper Ardoyne Community Partnership
- The Vine Centre
You can find out more information in the links below: