Our aims and objectives, impact on the ground and how we operate as a federation of charities.
The main themes of our work and some of our most important initiatives.
What we can do for the wide range of people and organisations that we work with.
Find out the latest about how we're changing places and lives.
Further your career or help us make a difference.
How to contact our team
The first point of contact for many communities with Groundwork
Northern Ireland is a member of our Project Development Team. The
team currently works with over 150 community groups across Northern
Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and has vast experience and
knowledge in working with a wide range of communities, providing
expertise in the following areas:
Location: North Belfast St. Mary’s Star of the Sea Primary School in North Belfast had a neglected enclosed garden with four vegetable beds. The school’s wish was to revitalise the beds and sow a variety of vegetable seeds for the children.
Location: County Londonderry Glen Playground and Multi Use Games Area was provided through Greencare NW last year.
Location: Newry & Mourne District Daisy Hill Wood, owned by Newry and Mourne District Council and managed by the Woodland Trust, is a main feature on the hill above Newry city.
Location: Down District Project to upgrade the Ropewalk, making it more accessible to a wider range of people including prams and wheelchair users.
Location: East Belfast, Northern Ireland A community vegetable garden was developed at Walkway Community Association through the Greencare III programme.
Location: County Leitrim, Republic of Ireland Blacklion is one of the ten communities participating in the Reconciling Communities Through Regeneration programme
Location: North Belfast Glenbank Community Complex in North Belfast, secured just under £49k from the Alpha Programme and developed a trim trail and recreational area in the attractive woodland surroundings of their Centre.
Location: West Belfast The ‘Garden of Reflection’, at Springhill Park, has transformed what was previously a hotspot for anti-social behaviour into a beautiful landscaped amenity that can be enjoyed by all the community.
Location: North Belfast Groundwork NI has engaged with the community in Tigers Bay over a number of years on a variety of community development and physical regeneration initiatives.
Location: Northern Ireland Groundwork NI has been delivering on Belfast City Council's Bonfire Management Programme for the past five years.