Supported Projects

We were coming to the people; they didn’t have to come out to shops, and we were improving their wellbeing during lockdown. I believe the Kathleen Graham Trust helped us save lives
Salome Preston

Sion Mills Community Association

Glebe United

KGT is supporting Glebe to grow and continue to play an integral role in the local community. Financial support has helped with running expenses and purchasing of equipment allowing focus on developing a youth policy and progressing upwards through the leagues.

The Wave Project

The Wave project NI helps young people across the country through Surf Therapy. Through 6 weeks of surf sessions young people improve their physical and emotional well being, to boost their confidence and self-worth and alleviate anxiety and stress. KGT has allowed more than 10 young people to take part and looks forward to working together in the future. 

I would like to say to the foundation that our community are very thankful and appreciative of the gesture that was made, it brought us all together and the sense of community was stronger than ever.
Marcus O’Neill

Chairperson, Cross Community Station

Urney Interview

Urney believe in investing in the future – the kids – so focus on coach development, allowing coaches to maximise their impact. KGT has played a key role in allowing each child (there are over 100!) to have the equipment they need and to keep up maintenance of facilities.

Liquid Therapy

The KGT has allowed Liquid Therapy, a not-for-profit organisation, to provide surfing lessons for young people with additional needs. The donation has also allowed for specialised equipment allowing LT to work with those with more severe physical needs – making a huge and positive impact on these young peoples lives.

Our group became involved with the Kathleen Graham Trust during the Covid Situation. We came together with the local community groups from Sion Mills and The Glebe, and we were able to deliver the hot meal project
Maeve Corry

Victoria Bridge Cross Community Forum

Sion Mills Cricket Club

Sion Mills cricket club is the most successful in the history of North West cricket. After devastating vandalism and an arson attack the club looked set to have a sad ending. The KGT has allowed the club to get back on its feet, replace destroyed equipment and look forward to breaking more cricketing boundaries!

Castlederg GAA

Castlederg GAA are committed to offering the best possible experience for the staff, their players and their spectators as well as the growth of all aspects of the GAA. The KGT has allowed them to make a downpayment on a new stand. This has released other funds for coaching and development, key to the clubs success.

The Kathleen Graham Trust got involved with us in our hot food project. They came on board with funding which allowed us to put a 6 weeks project together, where we served out 330 meals per day.
Andy Patton

Sion Mills Community Forum

Sion Swifts

KGT has supported Sion Swifts financially to aid in its facilities and transport costs and. With over 500 players from all the community and up to 70 coaches the club plays a vital role in the local area – highlighted by sending 20 teams to the Foyle cup in Derry.

We have received a cash donation that is being used for expenses for our delivery service for prescriptions and for the befriending service.
David Young

Churchtown Community Association

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