Logic model for grantee application G-14170 by North Side Partnership
The Northside Partnership is a local company working with local people, representatives from communities, the state, employers, trade unions and elected representatives. The organisation works to improve opportunities for people and communities in north east Dublin to bring about positive changes in their own lives and in their community. People who benefit include people looking for work, students, people starting their own business, children and families, young people, older people, parents and guardians, and childcare providers.
In 2005, North Side Partnership was given € 2,866,000 for a project titled Preparing for Life. With this funding the organisation was to demonstrate the efficacy of a promising model of early intervention for children, pre-natal to five years old, by supporting the implementation of a demonstration programme on the north side of Dublin city.
- A one-page long document in landscape format containing a table that charts inputs, activities, outputs, short term outcome, medium term outcome and long-term outputs. The document was produced by The Atlantic Philanthropies’ staff to detail grantee project G-14170 titled Preparing for Life.
- text and business records
- The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
- Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Northside Partnership (Dublin, Ireland), Curated Collection--Communities, Curated collection--Children--Youth, Grant 14170, Early childhood education--Social aspects, Early childhood education--Planning, Non-governmental organizations, and Curated collection--Noel Kelly
- Grant 14170
- Northside Partnership (Dublin, Ireland)
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