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Community Evaluation Northern Ireland website

Welcome to the Community Evaluation NI (CENI) website. After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our new website. Our goal is to provide our visitors with an easier way to learn about CENI’s mission, vision, services and our role as an independent champion that innovates and promotes good impact practice.

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Clanmil Housing Association

Inspiring Impact Stories: Clanmil Housing Association

In this vlog Brendan Morrissey of the Clanmil Housing Association is talking about the Independent Living Housing Modernisation Pilot Project.

 

The project was developed as part of Clanmil’s ‘Spend Wisely, Spend Well, Spend Less’ programme and tested a new approach to service delivery in four independent living schemes in the Antrim area.

Linking Generations

Inspiring Impact Stories: Linking Generations

In our first story we are hosting our good friend Vicki Titterington from Linking Generations Northern Ireland. Vicki is the Manager of a charity leading the way in connecting generations in communities.

 

Listen to her inspiring story and learn how you and your organistion could benefit from demonstrating your impact practice. 

 

Do you want to spark a generation connection in your community? Join a LGNI network near you to access!

Take the survey!

Survey Elevate Programme - Community Evaluation NI

Prospect Awards CIC is inviting you to take part in an online survey that is part of the recently launched Elevate Programme.

 

The Elevate Programme is mapping the scope and range of current community development support and training activity across Northern Ireland. 

 

The Survey will take about 3 minutes to complete (a little longer if you complete some of the free text boxes).  It would be a great help if you could complete the survey by 20th July.

 

This is one strand of the Elevate Programme, a community development capacity building programme managed by the Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) and funded by the Public Health Agency (PHA).  

 

Thanks for contributing!

Grantmaking

Grantmaking LCCC CENI

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council appointed CENI to review its cultural and community grants. Working with council staff, elected members and local groups, we created a consistent and streamlined approach that focusses on supporting community and cultural outcomes.

 

Live testing of the new application and assessment system kicked off in May with the launch of the ‘Good Relations & Cultural Identity’ grant scheme.