The Noah Donohoe Music Fund


About the Fund:

Noah Donohoe (14) went missing from his home in South Belfast on Sunday 21st June 2020. He was a boy with many academic, sporting and artistic talents, alongside a huge generosity of spirit. His Mum Fiona has set up the Noah Foundation in his memory; a foundation to support children from all communities across Northern Ireland in as many diverse ways as possible. There is no limit to what any child can achieve given the right opportunity. Noah’s passion for life and learning will live on through this foundation.

The Noah Donohoe Music Fund will provide an annual bursary scheme to support the development of applicants with a particular talent in music and to financially assist their skills and help them develop their talent.

The aim of the Fund’s bursary scheme is to support young people aged from 11 to 18 who may find it difficult to afford costs associated with developing their interest in music.

The Fund will support: 

  • Equipment costs
  • Formal tuition fees
  • Any other costs associated with having the opportunity to play music and develop talent

How much is available:

Bursaries of up to £2,000 are available to support eligible costs

Who is eligible:

  • Young people aged between 11 and 18 who are interested in, or are currently playing a musical instrument
  • Young people who have limited access to opportunities – we will ask the applicant to outline their challenges in life and outline why they should be granted a bursary

 

The application form should be completed by both yourself and your teacher/tutor/youth or support worker and returned to the Community Foundation by the closing date:  Friday 31 May at 1:00pm.

Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

If you require any help with this application, please email applications@communityfoundationni.org or phone 02890245927


Closing Date: May 31, 2024 13:00

May 31, 2024 13:00

  • Area:

  • Northern Ireland

  • Grant size:

  • Grants up to £2,000

  • Priorities:

  • The aim of the Fund’s bursary scheme is to support young people aged from 11 to 18 who may find it difficult to afford costs associated with developing their interest in music.

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The Fund will close for applications at 1:00pm on Friday 31 May 2024.

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Grants Team

If you are unsure about any of the above, or have any other queries, then please contact the Grants Team.

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