Project Stories

Explore Intergenerational projects current and past across a range of settings

Here you can explore Intergenerational projects current and past across a range of settings. Use the filters to choose what setting or type of project you are interested in. If you have any questions about any of the projects here, you can contact us
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All Ages April 2022
All Ages April Small Grants Scheme 2022
All Ages April 2022 small grants supported 28 intergenerational activities across NI as part of Global Intergenerational Week 2022!
Virtual Get Togethers 2021
When we couldn't facilitate face to face intergenerational connections we did it virtually!
All Ages April 2020
A small grants scheme supporting 21 intergenerational activities to keep people connected during Covid
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Connecting Care Homes and Communities
LGNI pilot project to support care home staff to develop sustained intergenerational links.
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Food for Life Get Togethers with the Soil Association
LGNI is very pleased to partner with The Soil Association in this UK-wide Food for Life Get Togethers project which uses good food to bring people of different ages together.
Art 'UR' Age
Funded by Arts Council NI: Engage older people in intergenerational arts projects with school children as a method of addressing social isolation and to have a positive impact on mental health and well being.
PLACE-EE Project
Platforms for Ageing Community Engagement - Exchange and Enterprise
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All Ages April Grants Scheme 2019
A small grants scheme supporting 51 intergenerational activities across 11 council areas in Northern Ireland
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EngAGE Project Ards & North Down
A project bringing together older and younger people from Stepping Stones Comber, Nendrum College, Rocky Acres Care Home and Glastry College
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The Digital Age Project 2014 -2017
A 3 Year Digital Inclusion Project involving tenants of sheltered housing schemes, older people in the community and primary and secondary school pupils
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Building an Age-Friendly Neighbourhood: Linn Road & Ballykeel
Bringing together local older and younger people within the Mid and East Antrim Area.