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Grant request summary for grantee application G-07763 by Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP]


Established in 1996, the Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP] is a community led regeneration agency in the Greater Shankill area of Belfast. GSP’s Board brings together community, elected and private sector representatives, along with public sector officials. The registered charity is tasked with the delivery of regeneration projects and is responsible for the delivery of neighbourhood renewal, early years, community sports, health and well-being, tourism, and arts and culture.

In 1998, Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP] was given £278,000 for a project titled Core Support. With this funding the organisation was to provide support for the Shankill Education Initiative, a secondary level programme to build the value young people place on education and the provision of community-based education support initiatives in the greater Shankill area.

A seven-page long summary and rationale produced by The Atlantic Philanthropies’ staff detailing grantee project G-07763 by Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP] titled Core Support.
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The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Greater Shankill Partnership, Curated collection--Communities, Curated collection--Children--Youth, Grant 07763, Community education,, Non-governmental organizations, Youth--Education, and Curated Collection--Jackie Redpath
Grant 07763
Greater Shankill Partnership
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