This funding aims to create connections across generations and organisations that wouldn’t normally work together. LGNI’s vision is that these connections and relationships will continue into the future.
Activities can be a one-off event or a project delivered over a number of sessions promoting the value of incorporating Intergenerational and Age-friendly values into everyday practice.
The small grants are £125 and open to a range of groups across Northern Ireland including: older people's groups, care homes, schools, community groups, youth groups etc.
An information video can also be viewed at the bottom of this page as well as last year All Ages April 2022 report!
Applications closed for submission 28th February 12 noon.
Check out the 40 successful grantees HERE.
LGNI are delighted and inspired by the amazing activities and connections as part of All Ages April 2023! This small annual seed funding opportunity aimed to create connections across generations and organisations that wouldn’t normally work together. LGNI’s vision is that these connections and relationships will continue into the future.
All Ages April formed part of LGNI's Global Intergenerational Week 2023 activities supporting 40 groups to engage 1983 participants! This year LGNI staff really enjoyed visiting the activities and meeting the amazing people behind organising them and the participants enjoying them.
A short evaluation report has been created with the vital stats, inspiring stories and feedback from those involved - download the report here
A short video of some of the lovely moments shared as part of the vast range of activities delivered across NI is included below!
Thanks so much to all who took part and to our funders Public Health Agency NI!
Applications for next years scheme will be open in early 2024 but keep an eye out for other opportunities!