About Warm, Well & Connected
Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín has allocated a further £6.5million to support those most severely impacted by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. This will fund a range of programmes which will be delivered in partnership with local councils, health trusts, charities and the community and voluntary sector, to ensure support is directed swiftly to those most in need. The diverse support made possible by the funding will help provide access to food, access to support around period poverty and will help to keep people ‘warm, well and connected’ at a particularly difficult time of the year. It will be directly targeted at the most vulnerable, including children and young people; carers; older people; people living with a disability; and anyone who has lost income as a result of Covid-19. The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs has also contributed £100,000 to the Warm, Well & Connected programme.
Register for Courses
If you’ve seen a course, activity or training opportunity we’re offering that you would like to take part in you’ll need to register to secure a place.
Courses and other related events are listed in our News & Events section and the most recent here on our Warm, Well & Connected page. To book a place fill in the form below ensuring you complete all the sections then add up the security sum and hit ‘Submit’.