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Clanmil Top for Social Impact for Second Year

Clanmil Housing’s Social Impact has been recognised for the second year running at the Soc...

Clanmil Courts celebrate new Common Rooms

People living at Clanmil Housing’s Abercorn Court in Portrush and Barbour Court in Enniski...

Mayor Welcomes New Greyabbey Residents

Councillor Robert Adair, Mayor of Ards and North Down, has welcomed families who recently ...

What our tenants say

Clanmil Community Fund

Wellbeing is important to Clanmil and we are passionate about investing in initiatives that strengthen communities and aid individuals. We therefore invest in activities that have a significant and positive social impact.

Clanmil’s Community Fund supports voluntary and community organisations to deliver one of the following fund objectives:

  • people developing social and employability skills
  • people working to create a better local environment and safer communities
  • people improving their physical and mental health and well being

These objectives are focused around local people being active in developing their own solutions.

We believe that organisations that put equality right at the heart of project design and implementation are more likely to achieve better outcomes.

We require organisations to conduct an appropriate baseline and evaluation survey that can help us understand the impact created by the activity undertaken. We use the Housing Association Community Trust Wellbeing Valuation Approach and can advise on how to use this tool.

We hope these awards will improve people’s lives and strengthen the communities where we work.

How to Apply

To apply to the Clanmil Community Fund please download our application form using one of the links below. You can either print out the form and complete a paper version, or you can complete it electronically.

Community Fund Application From (PDF Format)
Community Fund Application From (DOCX (MS Word) Format)

Latest News

Clanmil Top for Social Impact for Second Year

Clanmil Housing’s Social Impact has been recognised for the second year running at the Soc

Clanmil Courts celebrate new Common Rooms

People living at Clanmil Housing’s Abercorn Court in Portrush and Barbour Court in Enniski

Mayor Welcomes New Greyabbey Residents

Councillor Robert Adair, Mayor of Ards and North Down, has welcomed families who recently