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Level 2 BCPP funding awarded to groups of £108,000

Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) is delighted to announce the nine successful projects in the latest round of Level Two funding for the Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP) programme. 

The groups and pharmacies to benefit from the funding of £12,000 for each project are as follows:

  • Birthwise partnered with McCartan’s Pharmacy, Newry
  • Causeway Rural & Urban Network partnered with Henderson’s Pharmacy, Coleraine
  • Compass Advocacy Network Ltd partnered with Kennedy’s Pharmacy, Dunloy
  • County Down Rural Community Network partnered with Medicare Pharmacy, Newcastle
  • Harkin’s Pharmacy partnered with Maghera Cross Community Link, Maghera
  • Migrant Centre NI partnered with Boots Pharmacy, Lurgan
  • Millburn Community Association partnered with Henderson’s Pharmacy, Coleraine
  • The Link Family & Community Centre partnered with McKay Pharmacy, Newtownards
  • The Well partnered with McKeagney’s Pharmacy, Kilkeel

‘Combatting the negative impact of Covid 19 continues to be a focus for communities, as they design interventions to address loneliness, isolation, depression, poverty, debt and stress. We are delighted to fund this group of BCPP projects. Some are strengthening and building on previous programmes and others are starting their first BCPP journey. We look forward to supporting them as all as they explore  health inequalities with some of the most vulnerable members of our society.’

Kathy Martin, Strategic Impact Manager

The next round of funding is due to close on 17 February (Level 1) and 24 March (Level 2). If you are thinking of applying in this next round, you can read some about some of our inspirational projects here

Application packs are available from