Amplifying change
A history of the
Atlantic Philanthropies
on the island of Ireland

Grant recommendation rationale for grantee application G-14376 by Barnados

Context

Barnardos mission is to deliver services and work with families, communities, and our partners to transform the lives of vulnerable children who are affected by adverse childhood experiences. Barnardo's is a British charity operating in the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia. The organisation was founded by the Irish philanthropist Thomas John Barnardo in 1866.

In 2006, Barnados was given €6,100,000 for a project titled Implementation of New Services Portfolio. With this funding the organisation was to produce better outcomes for children by demonstrating and evaluating its new portfolio of services.

Description:
A six-page long rationale produced by The Atlantic Philanthropies’ staff detailing grantee project G-14376 by Barnados titled New Services Portfolio. Contents include: Programme objective and project context, intended outcomes, activities, planned outputs, organisational strengths and weaknesses, risks and mitigation.
Type:
text and business records
Creator:
The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
Subject:
Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Barnardos (Ireland), Curated collection--Communities, Curated collection--Children--Youth, Grant 14376, Children--Services for, Youth--Services for, Charity organization, and Curated Collection--Debbie Mulhall
Grant:
Grant 14376
Grantee:
Barnardos (Ireland)
Year of Grant:
2006
Location of Grantee:
Dublin
Rights:
The material is copyright of either Cornell University, The Atlantic Philanthropies, or where listed, the original authors or commissioning bodies. This collection is being made available under CC BY-NC-ND license, which allows users to access the material as long as the original copyright holder is credited; the material cannot be changed in any way or used commercially.
Attribution:
Cornell University Library, Digital Repository of Ireland, and The Atlantic Philanthropies
Doi:
https://doi.org/10.7486/DRI.x633tp124