BT and Community Foundation celebrate £1m partnership

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BT and the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland (CFNI) are celebrating a £1 million grant-making partnership spanning 25 years by announcing five special Telecommunity Fund grants worth £5,000 each at an event at the BT Tower Riverside in Belfast.

Established in 1989 with joint funding from BT Northern Ireland, BT Union Committee (CWU) and CFNI, the Telecommunity Fund provides financial support for small, locally-based projects for teenagers, older people and people with a disability from all sections of the community. 

Pictured are (front) volunteer Chris Meneilly, an ex-participant in the LILAC (linked Independent Living and Advice Centre) Serivce and Helen Ashton, Leader, Lisburn Community Circus with Andrew McCracken, Chief Executive CFNI; Niall Powderly, Director Solutions BT and David Kennedy, Northern Ireland Branch Secretary, CWU

Image Brian Morrison

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