Projects Supported 2008 - 2010

Projects supported 2011 - 2013

€4.5 million has been allocated to Phase II of the Donegal PEACE III Action Plan. Five Partners are currently delivering actions in Phase II.

As Phase 2 of the Donegal Peace III Action Plan is rolled out, details of all projects supported will be listed here.

Projects supported under Phase 1 (2008 -2010) 

During Phase 1 of the Donegal Peace III Action Plan 90 different projects were supported by the Donegal CDB Peace and Reconciliation Partnership.

The work of 20 of these projects was featured in the Sharing the Learning project.

Many of the projects covered a range of areas and themes but for simplicity we present them under the following headings:

Arts/Culture, Community, Ethnic Minorities, Ex-Servicemen and Gardaí, History and Heritage, Older People, Protestant Minority Community, Schools and Education, Sport, Women, Youth.

 

Arts/Culture

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Regional Cultural Centre – North West Youth Film Festival

North West Youth Film Festival

North West Youth Film Festival was a cross-border, cross community youth training project that utilised film to contribute to positive relationship building and the development of a greater understanding and reconciliation between the two main communities (and new immigrant communities) in counties Derry and Donegal.

Mr. Shaun Hannigan, Covehill, Port Road,

Letterkenny,

Co. Donegal.

 

Phone 074 9129186

€16,019.64

Coiste Forbartha Dobhair Teo

Musical Breeze

The Musical Breeze project was a joint youth project with a group in Broughshane, co Antrim, which incorporated musical, artistic, linguistic and cultural activities.  This project provided a greater understanding and appreciation of each other’s culture and traditions.  Thus buidling stronger bonds of peace and reconciliation between the communities through various activities, in particular exploring and developing music talents.

Ms. Mary Coyle, Ionad Naomh Padraig, Upper Dore, Bunbeg, Co. Donegal.

 

Phone 074 9532949

€19,984.16

Donegal Vocational Educational Committee

Vocational Educational Committee Music Education Partnership

30 young adults from the Inishowen, Derry City, Strabane, and Letterkenny,  came together to form bands and ensembles and this musical journey culminated in a series of public performances exploring themes of peace and reconciliation and cultural identity.

Ms. Angela Mc Laughlin, Regional Cultural Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.

 

Phone 074 91 76293

€29,400

Earagail Arts Festival Management Co. Ltd.

Aurora – Magnetic North

The Earagail Arts Festival delivered a participatory arts outreach project celebrating cultural diversity

Mr. Paul Brown, Unit B6, Donegal Co. Enterprise Fund Business Centre, Ballyraine, Co. Donegal

€22,839.78

Donegal County Council – Community Arts Education Project

Waiting………to be Irish

Waiting . . .  to be Irish is a unique Donegal Co. Co. "Issue Based" Cultural Diversity Drama, focusing on the plight of new communities coming to reside in Ireland.

Mr Traolach O Fionnan, Donegal County  Council, Rosemount, Letterkenny

 

074 97 24467

€13,730

Fiach Arts Circle – Treasure Each Voice

Treasure Each Voice

The project saw the publication of a book, which included written work of literary value, past and present, from the Stranorlar Electoral area and neighbouring areas.  The project resulted in a fostering more enlightened relationships between Protestant, Catholic and Presbyterian citizens.

Mrs. Celine Mc Glynn,

Drumboe Lower, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal.

€35,400

An Grianán Theatre

Understanding our Shared History

This arts based programme targeted a number of groups both sides of the border in workshops, performance, seminars and master classes with the emphasis on social inclusion, diversity and cultural understanding.  

 

Ms. Patricia Mc Bride,

Manager, Port Road, Letterkenny.

 

Phone 074 9123288

€125,000

Smashing Times Theatre Co Ltd

Acting for Change

Acting for Change was an innovative arts programme using drama and theatre to promote reconciliation and mutual understanding within Donegal and on a cross-community and cross-border basis.

Ms. Freda Manweiler, Coleraine House, Coleraine Street, Dublin

 

Phone 01 8656613

€106,305

  

 

Community 

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Newtown-cunningham Community Development Initiative 

N.C.D.I

Relate, Regard, Respect

To build relations between youth, women, and community activists in Newton- cunningham and Harryville, Ballymena

Chairperson, NCDI, Newtown-cunningham

074 91 56898

€27,483

Castlefinn Partnership Initiative

Castlefinn Community Garden

To use gardening as a means of building community relations

Mr Michael Carlin, Castlefinn Partnership Initiative, Castlefinn, Lifford 074 91 43976

€23,500

Clonmany Youth and Community Resource Centre

Clonmany & Ardstraw Women Together towards Reconciliation

This project brought together two groups of women to undertake a craft project which produced a number of products dedicated to peace, reconciliation and friendship

Ms Kathleen Coady, Clonmany Resource Centre, 074 93 76772

€15,907

Gleann Fhinne Teo

Glenfinn Building Bridges

Cross community and cross border inter-generational history project

Mr John Gallagher, Cloghan, Glenfinn 074 91 33108

€25,880

Fr Neal Carlin – Fellowship of Good Counsel Trust

Island of Saints and Scholars

A range of programmes to deal with nature, reconciliation and conflict resolution, and respecting difference.

Ms Faunchea McCloskey, St Anthony’s, Dundrane, Burnfoot,

074 93 84866

€22,280

Association for the Development of Pettigo and Tullyhommon (ADOPT)

Bridging the Gap (small grant)

Building cross border relations through regeneration

Natasha McGrath, ADOPT, Main St, Pettigo

071 9861546

€29,781

Association for the Development of Pettigo and Tullyhommon 

ADOPT

Beyond Borders (procurement)

Community based activities to challenge sectarianism and racism

Ms Natasha McGrath, ADOPT, Main St, Pettigo

071 9861546

€131,594

Crossroads and Killygordon Enterprise Ltd

Building Better Relations Project

Community based peace project

Mr Maxi McCreary, CAKE, Killygordon

074 9149557

€30,000

Ballybofey and Stranorlar Integrated Community Company (BASICC)

Stranorlar 400

Cross community activities to mark the 400th anniversary of Stranorlar

Ms Helen Cleary, BASICC, Lr Main St. Ballybofey

074 91 90909

€13,500

Donegal County Council

Lifford Strabane Conflict Study

Commissioning of the Lifford Strabane Past Conflict and New Future Study

Mr Eamonn Boyle,

Donegal Co Council. 074 91 72222

€19,980

County Donegal Vocational Education Committee

Deliver Mediation training and set up Mediation network

Development of a Mediation network for County Donegal

Ms Ms Crona Gallagher, County Donegal VEC, Ard O Donnell, Letterkenny

074 91 61600

€139,571

Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre

Building Positive Relationships

Cross border cross community project including a range of community activities

Ms Jean McLaughlin, Main St, Dunfanaghy

074 91 36548

€18,575

Ethnic Minorities

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

HSE West

Faith, Culture, Equality and Healthcare and its relevance in Co. Donegal

Explore the relevance and role of faith and culture within a healthcare context in order to increase greater tolerance and understanding of religious and cultural diversity, and increase the capacity of the organisation to respond to the faith and cultural needs of patients within a healthcare context.

Ms Caoimhe Gleeson, HSE West, Aras Slainte Chluainin, Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim

 

Tel: 071 9820266

 

E-mail: caoimhe.gleeson@hse.ie

€44,120

Donegal Traveller’s Project

Pavee Link

Build better relationships between the Traveller community and settled community through the workplace, by  creating opportunities to encourage employers to employ members of the Traveller community or create work placements.

Donegal Travellers Project,  Unit 2 Level 7, Dr. Scally Hse, Justice Walsh Road, Letterkenny

 

Tel: 074 91 29281

 

E-mail:

€25,748.57

Donegal Town Asylum Seeker’s and Refugee Project

Participation & Integration of Asylum Seekers & Refugees

Support initiatives promoting the integration of asylum seekers and refugees - with the aim to raising awareness around issues, as well as giving this marginalised and excluded group of people an opportunity to interact with the surrounding community. 

Mr Thomas Pringle,

C/O Cliffview House,

Killybegs Road,

Donegal Town

 

Tel: 087 6591701

€29,250

Irish Immigration Centre

Identification of model of international best practice in relation to effective policy making and service delivery

Introduction of a system of first hand learning for 10 people from Donegal and placements in appropriate organisations in Boston that operate best practice. This learning will then be cascaded to others on their return to Ireland.  

Sr Lena Deevy

Executive Director,

100 Franklin Street LL1,

Boston

 

Tel: 00447803294111

 

E-mail:  hdeevy@iicenter.org

€98,644

Donegal County Council

 

Port na Failte Intercultural Resource Centre

Support black and minority ethnic groups to participate fully in civil life in Donegal through a range of projects – examples of projects undertaken:

Port na Failte DCC Japan Day

Port na Failte India Day

Port na Failte Walk n’ Talk

Ms Karin White

Cultural Diversity Officer,

Port House,

Port Road,

Letterkenny

Co Donegal

 

Tel: 074 91 26550

 

E-mail: kwhite@donegalcocol.ie

 

€194,150

Donegal County Council

Respecting & Connecting Communities

Build better relations between the Traveller and Settled Community in Donegal, including the development of an interagency framework for dealing with conflict situations between these communities.

DCC Respecting and Connecting Communities

Ms Catherine Anne Kelly, Development Officer, PEACE III Office, Station Island, Lifford, Co Donegal.     

 

Tel: 074 91 72 230 

 

E-mail: cathkelly@donegalcoco.ie

€162,550

Donegal County Council

One Donegal

Develop a brand identity for the Partnership and raise awareness of the cultural diversity that exists in Donegal, including the “One Donegal Cultural Diversity Month”.  Promotion of models of best practice in relation to volunteerism.

One Donegal Cultural Diversity Events 2010

Sarah Thompson

Peace III Good Relations Officer,

Community, Culture and Planning

Donegal County Council

Station Island

Lifford,

Co Donegal

Tel.:       (074)  9172586

 

E-mail:   sthompson@donegalcoco.ie

 

€250,110

Donegal County Council

Diversity Plan & Incident reporting scheme for sectarian and racist incidents

Development of a Diversity Plan for County Donegal and the development of an incident report scheme for sectarian and racist incidents

 DCC Incident Reporting Scheme

Mr Francis Conaghan

Peace III Good Relations Officer,

Community, Culture and Planning

Donegal County Council

Station Island

Lifford,

Co Donegal

Tel.:       (074)  9172 568

 

E-mail: fconaghan@donegalcoco.ie

 

€148,720

Inishowen Development Partnership

Interpreters Programme

This project involved the provision of a locally based interagency service to support service providers in terms of accessing interpretation and translation services

Ms Shauna McClenaghan

Joint Programme Manager

Inishowen Development Partnership,

St Mary’s Road,

Buncrana,

Lifford

Co Donegal

 

Tel: 074 93 62218

 

E-mail: shauna@inishowen.ie

€69,754

 

Ex-Servicemen and Ex-Gardai

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

QE5

Journey of Understanding and Healing

The JUAH Project was designed to develop a continuum of supports for former security force personnel in Donegal, who served in the Republic of Ireland during the period known as "The Troubles".

Mrs. Eileen Mc Glone, 187 Killyclogher Road, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, BT 797PN

 

Phone 048 82250028

€69,036.55

Donegal County Council – Public Art Office

“How we remember” Project

This project with the involvement of ex-servicemen and women, acknowledged their contribution to peacekeeping measures during the conflict.

Ms. Terre Duffy, Public Art Manager, Regional Cultural Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

€91,450

 

History and Heritage

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Fort Dunree

Military Museum

Fort Dunree Remembrance Project

Fort Dunree in conjunction with The Inishowen Friends of Messines organises remembrance events in memory of the men and women of Inishowen who died in World War I.

Mr David Magee, Fort Dunree Military Museum ltd., Linsfort, Dunree, Co Donegal.                                     Tel 074 93 61817

€34,250.66

Donegal County Council

Donegal County Museum – The Planter and the Gael

This project focuses on the Planter and the Gael and the commenmoration of the Plantation.

Ms Judith McCarthy, Donegal County Museum, High Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal.                                    Tel: 074 91 24613

€11,414.04

Ballintra Trustees Committee

Ballintra Trustees Committee – The Boyne and Aughrim

The Boyne and Aughrim: A study of the history of the Protestant culture

Mr David Mahon, Ballintra Orange Hall, Main Street, Ballintra. Tel: 0044 7836787123

€6,432.90

Thiepval Memorial Lodge  

Flanders Field

This project worked with the minority Protestant community to help build confidence through increasing awareness of the history and culture surrounding their community

Mr Keith Thompson, Thiepval Memoral Lodge, Convoy, Co Donegal.

€28,230.00

 

Older People

 

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Inishowen Development Partnership

Older People Together in Creativity

OPTIC – Older People Together in Creativity Project brought Older People together on a cross border, cross community basis through a series of activities.

Ms Mary McGeehan, Inishowen Development Partnership, St Mary’s Road, Buncrana, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 93 62218

€9,994

 

Convoy and District Development Partnership

Convoy Development Support Project

This project focused on working with the older members of the community with an intergenerational focus being provided with interaction with the youth of the area being developed.

Ms Majella McMullan, Convoy & District Development Partnership, Main Street, Convoy. Tel: 91 01820

€26,800

Newtown-cunningham Community Development Initiative Ltd

Laggan Peace & Reconciliation Project

This is a collaborative project that supported and united culturally diverse groups in the Laggan area of east Donegal. (Burt, Killea, Carrigans, St.Johnston, Manorcunningham & Newtowncunningham)

Chairperson, NCDI Centre, Main Street, Newtown-cunningham, Co Donegal. Tel 074 91 56898. Email: newtowncdi@eircom.net

€6,025

Voice of the Older People

Strength Through Unity

A cross community older peoples network development programme which developed, supported and sustained localised networks of older people operating throughout County Donegal on a cross community basis.

Mr John McGlinchey, Voice of the Older People, Volt House, Raphoe, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 73818

€30,000

Newtowncunningham Interchurch Housing Association Ltd

Newtown-cunningham Interchurch Housing Association Ltd

This project focused on the provision of Social Housing and a Day Centre targeted at the Elderly.

Ms Teresa McGee, Newtown-cunningham Interchurch Housing Assocation, The Day Centre, Newtowncunnigham, Co Donegal

€30,000

HSE West

HSE West – Intergenerational Community Gardens

The project established four community-based allotment sites, in Letterkenny, Moville and Raphoe and Twin Towns, Ballybofey. These provided a basis for intergenerational work between older people and young people,

Ms Maire O Leary, HSE Community Services Offices, Ballybofey, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 23757

€60,000

Donegal County Council

Bealtaine Festival

The Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny and partners organised a specific series of events as part of the Bealtaine Festival in May.

Mr Sean Hannigan, Regional Cultural Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny. Tel 074 91 29186

€40,000

HSE West

HSE Donegal Primary Comm & Continuing Care

The project highlighted the positive role older people are playing in society, to combat discrimination and to inspire communities to develop actions that recognise older people as community assets.

Ms Anne Marie Crosse, HSE Community Services Offices, Ballybofey, Co Donegal. Tel 074 91 68000

€30,000

Protestant Minority Community

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Tyrone Derry Donegal Action

(Strategic Grant)

North West Development Cross Border Project

This project seeks to encourage the Protestant community in Counties Donegal, Tyrone and Derry to participate in peace building and reconciliation through community and cross border development

Mr Albert Allen, The Volt House, Raphoe, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 73747. Email: tdaction@googlemail.com

€102,365.61

Ulster Scots Community Network

Donegal Plantation 400

Donegal Plantation 400 is a series of events, which will enable the isolated Ulster-Scots community within South Donegal to celebrate the 400th Anniversary and legacy of the Plantation of Ulster.

Mr Matthew Warwick, 68-72 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Co Antrim. Tel: 0044 2890436710. Email: matthew@ulster-scots.com

€14,214.36

Tyrone Derry Donegal Action

Churches Programme

The ‘Churches Facilitation and Co-operation Programme’ seeks to facilitate social interaction and co-operation in areas of local interest between the Church of Ireland Derry and Raphoe Diocese, the Roman Catholic Church, Presbyterians in Derry and Donegal Presbytery, and Methodists in the Donegal Circuit.

Mr Albert Allen, The Volt House, Raphoe, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 73747. Email: tdaction@googlemail.com

€73,160.00

East Donegal Ulster Scots Association

Plantation Commemoration

Project

This project organises events to commemorate the plantation of Ulster, to identify families of early Scottish settlers who later emigrated from this region of Ulster and influenced the shape of USA and Canada.

Ms Liz Devenney, East Donegal Ulster, Glensmill, Dooish, Newtowncunningham, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 56327. Email: info@eastdonegalulsterscots.com

 

€30,673.00

Newtown-

cunningham Community Development Initiative

Laggan Peace and Reconciliation Project

A cross community, cross border programme of activities promoting cultural identity of the minority Protestant community

Chairperson, NCDI Centre, Main Street, Newtowncunningham, Co Donegal. Tel 074 91 56898. Email: newtowncdi@eircom.net

€29,350.00

St Johnston Loyal Orange Lodge

St Johnston LOL

Refurbishment of Loyal Orange Lodge in St Johnston

Mr Derek McClintock, Ardagh Upper, St Johnston, Co Donegal

€68,000.00

Killaghtee LOL

Killlaghtee LOL No 1319

Refurbishment of Darney Orange Hall

Mr Andrew Deane, Darney, Bruckless, Dunkineely, Co Donegal

€45,000

Ballinakillew LOL

Ballinakillew LOL 454

Refurbishment of Ballinakillew Orange Hall

Mr Mark Bustard, Laghey, Donegal, Co Donegal

€42,000

Carricknahorna Trustees Committee

Carricknahorna Hall

Refurbishment of Carricknahorna Hall

Mr Stewart Griffith, Carricknahorna, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal

€44,114.40

Tyrone Derry Donegal Action

(Small Grant)

North West Development Cross Border Programme

This programme seeks to encourage the Protestant community in counties Donegal, Tyrone and Derry to participate in peace building and reconciliation through community development, cross border dialogue and links

Mr Albert Allen, The Volt House, Raphoe, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 73747. Email: tdaction@googlemail.com

€30,000.00

Donegal Community Based Youth Work Consortium

Cross Border Connections

Outreach programme delivered in collaboration with existing local Community Development Projects and Family Resource Centres

Ms Charlene Logue, Donegal Youth Service, 16-18 Port Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 91 29630. Email: charlene.logue@donegalyouthservice.ie

€46,610.55

Newtown-cunningham LOL

Refurbishment of Newtown-cunningham Orange Hall

To refurbish the Orange Hall in the village so as to develop the capacity of this community.

Mr Stewart McClean, Secretary, Ballyhaskey, Newtown-cunningham, Co Donegal

€42,000

Carricknahorna LOL

Refurbishment of Carricknahorna Hall

To refurbish the Carricknahorna Hall so as to develop the capacity of this community.

Mr Stewart Griffith, Secretary, Carricknahorna, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal

€44,114

 

 

Schools and Education

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Scoil Bhride, Convoy

Convoy Schools Partnership

Build relations between the pupils of two schools in Convoy.

Scoil Bhride, Convoy, Lifford 074 91 47288

€14,000

Donegal Education Centre

Togetherness: A Shared Culture

To work with Primary Schools on a cross border cross community basis to explore heritage and history.

Ms Sally Bonner, Donegal Education Centre, Quay St, Donegal Town

074 97234897

€27,500

TUATH

T.R.U.S.T. Project

To deliver Community Leadership Training to cross community organisations in Donegal

Tuath, LYIT, Port Road, Letterkenny 074 91 86000

€14,000

Gaelscoil Cois Feabhail

Inishowen Integration through Technology

To use IT to connect two minority community schools in Moville

Ms Alicia Nic Earain, Gaelscoil Cois Feabhail, Carnagarve, Moville

074 93 55762

€19,432.18

Donegal Community Libraries

Taobh Tire – Donegal Community Libraries

To deliver a range of projects to cross community groups in rural areas with no branch library structure

Donegal CC Library Service, Magherennan, Letterkenny 074 91 68743

€30,000

Co-Operation Ireland

Anti-Sectarianism and Anti-Racism Training

A range of interventions to promote Anti-Sectarianism and Anti-Racism in the Workplace

Ms Susannah Kingston, Cooperation Ireland, 20 Herbert Place, Dublin 2 01 6610588

€93,077

Donegal County Council

DCC - Developing the Capacity of the Partnership

A range of training events around Peace and Reconciliation.

Peace III Office, Donegal County Council Lifford

074 91 72232

€15,000

Donegal Vocational Education Committee

Deliver six different of actions on the Donegal Peace III Action Plan

To build relationships at a local level through a range of projects.

Ms Crona Gallagher, CDVEC, Ard O Donnell, Letterkenny

074 91 61600

€223,769

  

  

  

Sport 

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Irish Rugby Football Union

Donegal Community Rugby Project

Using rugby and tag-rugby to build cross community relationships

Mr Chris Webster, IRFU Ulster Branch, Ravenhill Grounds

Belfast BT6 0DG , 048 90493111

€29,650.60

Donegal Sports Partnership

Community Relations Through Sport

Bringing young people from different backgrounds together through sport.

Mr Myles Sweeny, River Front House, Pearse Road, Letterkenny,

074 91 16078

€40,000

Football Association of Ireland

Tackling Racism and Sectarianism

Building cross community relationships through soccer.

Ms Miriam Malone, FAI, National Sports Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin 15

01 8999500

€34,984

Donegal GAA and Raphoe Hockey Club

Innovative Sports and Recreation Programme

Build cross community relationships in Raphoe through GAA and Hockey.

Mr Aodh Mairtin O’Fearraigh, CLG Dun Na nGall, MacCumhall Park, Ballybofey 074 9190761

€98,350

Donegal Sports Partnership

Innovative Sports and Recreation Programme

Using sport and recreational programmes to challenge sectarianism and racism and build relations at a local level.

Mr Myles Sweeny, River Front House, Pearse Road, Letterkenny,

074 91 16078

€69,680

Women

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Second Chance Education for Women

Cross Border Women’s Reconciliation Project

Building cross border reconciliation among women

Ms Breege Doherty, Adult Ed Centre, Tir Chonaill St, Donegal Town 074 9740494

€15,363.14

Cross Border Womens Collective

Cross Border Womens Collective

To build better relations between women on a cross border basis

Ms Ann McGowan, Atlantic View CDP Ltd. Main St. Ballyshannon

071 98 22833

€6,223.29

Youth

Organisation

Project Name

Project Description

Contact Details

Funding Awarded

Donegal Youth Council

Citizens Now

A range of training programmes and activities for young people to build better relations and tackle racism and sectarianism were provided

Donegal Youth Council Co-ordinator, Donegal Co Council, Neil T Blaney Rd, Letterkenny 074 91 94240

€20,004

Inishowen Development Partnership

Inishowen Youthnet MK2

Cross community cross border youth project focussed on building better relations at a local level.

Mr Sean McGrory, Inishowen Development Partnership, St Marys Rd, Buncrana, 074 93 62218

€34,973

Ramelton Community Action Group

Re-living our origins together –Sir!

Cross community youth project focussed on local history and heritage.

Mr Joe Birney, Chairman, Ramelton Youth Project, Bridge St, Ramelton

074 91 51584

€28,445

Raphoe Family Resource Centre

Raphoe  Exploring, Acknowledging, Cultivating, Harvesting, Opportunities to Understand Traditions (R.E.A.C.H OUT)

Range of activities to build better relations among young people and their communities in the Raphoe area.

Mr Tony McDaid,

Raphoe, Family Resource Centre, Raphoe 074 91 45796

€27,839

Donegal Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA)

Reconciliation to Peace Peer Initiative Programme

Cross border cross community family support project

Mr Stewart Morris, Moyle Road, Milford 074 91 53043

€30,000

Planet Youth

Peace in the Valleys Project

Cross community cross border musical youth project

Mr Eugene Drumm, Planet Youth, Chestnut Rd, Ballybofey

€13,274

Doneyloop Youth Club Ltd

Doneyloop Youth Club

Local youth and community based peace activities, culminating in the development of a Peace Garden and publication of a local heritage and history book

Mr Daniel McMenamin, Doneyloop Community Centre, Castlefinn

€30,000

The Workhouse, Dunfanaghy

Youth Maritime Heritage and Cultural Filming Project

Cross community cross border Youth Film Project focussing on the local maritime heritage of the area.

Ms Sian McCann,Figart Dunfanagy 074

91 36540

€30,000

Bluestack Special Needs Foundation Ltd

Bluestack Foyle Buddy Programme

Cross Border befriending programme for young people with special needs

Mr Patrick McBrearty, 6 Tir Chonaill St, Donegal Town 074 97 40828

€30,000

Donegal County Childcare Committee

Early Childhood Identity and Belonging Initiative

Development and implementation of the Naíonáin le Chéile programme aimed at 0-5 year old children

Ms Avril Sweeny, Glenview Business Park, Ballybofey 074 9132416

€70,917

Donegal Community Based Youth Work Consortium Cross Border Connections Project

Cross Border Connections

Cross Border Cross Community Youth Project using a range of activities and training programmes to build relations between young people from diverse backgrounds and traditions.

Ms Lorraine Thompson, DYS, Port Rd, Letterkenny

074 91 29630

€215,831

Donegal Vocational Education Committee

Two youth based actions in Donegal Peace III Action Plan

Building better relations through supporting localised youth projects to address locally identified peace needs.

Mr Paddy Muldoon, County Donegal Vocational Education Committee, Ard O Donnell, Letterkenny

074 91 61600

€75,894