Funding now more accessible

Pictured at Cairnview Livery Yard near Ballyclare are Eamon Murphy (PIPS Newry & Mourne) receiving a cheque from Talitha Collins, Stephanie Watson, Nikita Cochrane, Katie McClay, Lynsey Wilson and Shelly Boyle.  'The girls raised(�625.00 through participating in the Belfast Marathon Fun Run 2013. The girls focussed on this challenge following the loss of their good friend Eimear in February of 2013 . Eimear orginated from Newcastle in Co.Down and this was why the girls chose the charity PIPS Newry & Mourne.'PIPS Newry & Mourne extend gratitude and thanks to the girls on they,re efforts to give hope to other individuals through their kind donation. PIPS Newry & Mourne provides a range of free services to the community, such as Counselling, suicide prevention and awareness training and information, bereavement support and much more on a daily basis. If you wish to know more about their work, or need further information on the issues, please visit www.pipsnewryandmourne.org .INLT 29-601-CON
Pictured at Cairnview Livery Yard near Ballyclare are Eamon Murphy (PIPS Newry & Mourne) receiving a cheque from Talitha Collins, Stephanie Watson, Nikita Cochrane, Katie McClay, Lynsey Wilson and Shelly Boyle. 'The girls raised(�625.00 through participating in the Belfast Marathon Fun Run 2013. The girls focussed on this challenge following the loss of their good friend Eimear in February of 2013 . Eimear orginated from Newcastle in Co.Down and this was why the girls chose the charity PIPS Newry & Mourne.'PIPS Newry & Mourne extend gratitude and thanks to the girls on they,re efforts to give hope to other individuals through their kind donation. PIPS Newry & Mourne provides a range of free services to the community, such as Counselling, suicide prevention and awareness training and information, bereavement support and much more on a daily basis. If you wish to know more about their work, or need further information on the issues, please visit www.pipsnewryandmourne.org .INLT 29-601-CON
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Voluntary and community organisations in Newtownabbey will now have easier access to funding provided by the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland.

The grant making trust, which provided grants totalling £34,733 to 25 groups in the borough last year, has moved its application process online to make the grant procedure even more accessible for applicants.

For further details, or to make an application, log on to www.lloydstsbfoundationni.org