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

Rationale for grantee application G-08474 by the Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP]

Context

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 2001, Greater Shankill Partnership [GSP] was given £310,000 for a project titled Early Years Project. With this funding the organisation was to provide bridging support for the Early Years Project, a community-based child and parental development programme.

Description:
A three-page long rationale produced by The Atlantic Philanthropies’ staff includes problems to be addressed, how proposed grantee would address the problem, reasons for recommending support to grantee, negatives/risks of grant, evaluation plans, previous grants a project description and expected outcomes.
Type:
text and business records
Creator:
The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
Subject:
Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Greater Shankill Partnership, Curated collection--Communities, Curated collection--Children--Youth, Grant 08474, Community education, http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh86004632, Non-governmental organizations, Education (Early childhood), and Curated Collection--Jackie Redpath
Grant:
Grant 08474
Grantee:
Greater Shankill Partnership
Location of Grantee:
Belfast
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.g158r542h