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Fourteen

Fourteen

Fourteen

Fourteen NI was part of Spirit’s £3.5m Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games social legacy programme, which allocated £250,000 to each of 14 communities across the UK to deliver sports, arts and volunteering activities with the aim of enhancing social connectedness in those communities.

The £3.5m programme, enabled each community to decide themselves how they want to increase participation in each of these areas. We awarded grants to the UK Community Foundation (UKCF) and Springboard to allocate funding locally over three years.

Springboard are delighted to be part of the Fourteen programme in Northern Ireland. This unique programme, which spans across communities in Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland over the next 3 years, will not only keep the legacy of the Commonwealth Games alive but will encourage the two selected Northern Ireland communities to embrace the legacy values of participation, inspiration, equality and humanity to the benefit of everyone across Northern Ireland.

Angila Chada, Executive Director of Springboard Opportunities
boxers posing together

£3,500,000

Project spend

3 Years

Project duration

Further Information:

UK Community Foundations website