T:BUC Funding Forums

Register now for T:BUC Funding Forums in November and December

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The 2019/20 competitions for T:BUC Camps, and Central Good Relations funding programmes are due to open at the end of November 2018. To help you apply, the Executive Office will be hosting T:BUC Funding Forums throughout November and December, in local council areas.

The T:BUC Funding Forums are a great way to find out more about the good relations funding available and how to apply for it. Executive Office staff will be available at each forum between 1pm to 6pm and, once registered, you can call in at any time to speak to staff about your particular good relations projects.

Representatives from Peace IV, Planned Interventions Fund, District Council Good Relations Programme, Community Relations Council, Education Authority and the local council’s Good Relations Officer will also be in attendance.

Places are limited so early registration is recommended. A list of dates and forum venues is available below:

  • 13 November - Ranfurly House, Dungannon

  • 14 November - Ballymoney Town Hall

  • 19 November - Innovation Factory, Springfield Road, Belfast

  • 21 November - Fermanagh House, Enniskillen

  • 22 November - Ards Arena, Newtownards

  • 26 November - Larne Town Hall

  • 27 November - Lagan Valley Island, Chestnut Suite, Lisburn

  • 28 November - Newry Conference& Banqueting Centre, Newry

  • 29 November - Antrim Civic Centre, Antrim

  • 3 December - Skainos Centre, Newtownards Road, Belfast

  • 4 December - Holywell Trust, Londonderry

  • 6 December - Armagh City Hotel, Armagh

Find out more and register on our Eventbrite page at the link below:

Further information on T:BUC Camps and the Central Good Relations Fund, is available via the links below.

Further details on applying will be available when the schemes open.

Central Good Relations Funding Programme

The Central Good Relations Funding Programme supports the achievement of the Executive’s strategic objectives relating to good relations. The Fund supports productive, time-bound projects which contribute to the promotion of good relations and to building a united and shared community. The programme will support productive time-bound projects which contribute to the promotion of good relations. 

The fund does not and will not replace mainstream core or project funding. Ministerial priorities aimed at building a united, shared and reconciled community are identified in the good relations strategy, Together: Building a United Community, published on 23 May 2013.


The 2018/19 Central Good Relations Funding programme is now open for applications. The application process for project funding will close on Friday 23 February 2018 at 2.00pm.

The application process for small grants remains open throughout the year. All successful project and small grant applicants under the 2018/19 funding programme will be required to deliver projects by 31 March 2019.

The guidance notes, application forms and a list of frequently asked questions are available to download via the links below: