May 10th 2019
THE O’MULLAN TRUST
REGISTERED WITH THE CHARITY COMMISSION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND NIC 105865
John O’Mullan, late of Glenariffe bequeathed funds in trust for the following objects;
- Relief of sickness, pain and suffering generally and in particular as follows;
- The provision of medical treatment, not available from public funds.
- The provision of medical equipment and facilities, not otherwise available from public funds.
- The provision of medical equipment, treatment and personnel, not otherwise provided for by public funds, for the purposes of relief of pain and suffering.
- Provided always that in the exercise of their discretion the Trustees shall give priority to persons born in, or residing in, the electoral wards of Glendun, Glenann and Glenariffe.
- All applications for funding must be detailed to the Trust in writing to:
The Trustees of O’Mullan Trust
35 Gaults Road
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland confirms that the Trust has been registered as a charity and entered in the Northern Ireland Register of Charities
The O’Mullan Trust
May 14th 2018
We wish to thank everyone who supported the very successful Camp Kenya Coffee Morning on Sunday 12th in the Beach Cafe. The amount raised was £650. On behalf of the two boys, Thank you everyone.
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Glenariff Improvement Group was set up in 2008 in response to a public meeting arranged by Moyle Council in which local people were encouraged to become involved in community work. One of the first projects was the drawing up of a village/locality plan named the Gleann Airbh Plan. It highlighted the groups priorities in terms of services for the residents and improving the local natural environment in this very beautiful part of the country.
As time went on we realised that we should become a limited company to allow us to draw down grants and fundraising activities.
You can find out more about us and our fundraising activities on this site.