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KWC UK Projects

Introducing the KWC Health and Wellbeing Project

 Launching the SWIRL Project in Ards and North Down Within the Making Life Better framework (2013-2023), the Public Health Agency project eagerly pursues the enhancement of both physical and mental well-being within the local community. While its overarching goal is to uplift and sustain health outcomes, particular emphasis is placed on bolstering physical vitality alongside …

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18-30 RIYPLD

18-30 RIYPLD We were so excited with the launch of the Erasmus+  RIYPLD Project! The RIYPLD Project was an Erasmus+ funded youth dialogue project. aimed at raising and inspiring young people into public life! The project was be made up of six engaging and interactive sessions exploring all aspects of public life, a local youth …

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Young People Project

Young People 16-30 Background Kilcooley Women’s Centre thrives on providing support and services to young people. Our aim is to encourage young people to discover their potential, learn new skills, gain qualifications and employment opportunities whilst having fun, meeting peers and experience life changing activities. Our GIFTED and CATALYST programmes are the most attractive and provide a …

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Versus Arthritis Project

Versus Arthritis – Supporting Women With Arthritis Network Kilcooley Women’s Centre is delighted to announce we will be working in partnership with Versus Arthritis on a new initiative supporting people with the many conditions linked with arthritis. The SWAN project (Supporting Women with Arthritis Network) is a 6 month initial programme for collective activities and …

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Grace GRACE ( Good relations achieving community empowerment)  This project will assist us to improve community engagement and the capacity of local people to drive change.  The GRACE project will encourage local people to become a catalyst for change, demonstrating their commitment and contribution to a better Northern Ireland for Everyone.  Reconciliation through education: …

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