Phoenix ADHD Project has received a £7,710 grant from Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All programme. It is part of a Big Lottery Fund grants roll out today of £942,846 to 114 groups across Northern Ireland. (See separate attachment for a full list of awards).
Phoenix ADHD Project Limited, based in Coleraine provides tailored support programmes for children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and their families. They are using the £7,710 to provide an outdoor summer camp in July and August.
Joanne McDowell, Big Lottery Fund NI Director, said: “The Big Lottery Fund’s NI Awards for All programme funds health, education, environment and community projects that help people bring about positive change in their lives, improve health and well-being, develop skills and create safer communities.
“The application process is simple and accessible and shall remain so, making it easy for applicants to successfully apply for small pots of funding that can have such a big impact on local communities and lives.”