Acknowledgements JIMS has had many funders, endorsements and support from a wide range of organisations and bodies.

We would like to take time and acknowledge all these groups and organisations who have helped JIMS be what it is today and will be in the future. Please take time to look at their websites and read about them.


Rural Development Council

Rural Development Council

We are a rural development organisation.

Our job is to promote positive and sustainable change helping to develop and regenerate rural areas for the better.

Policing with the Community

Policing with the Community

The aim of community policing is to improve community safety by reducing crime and the fear of crime, and tackling anti-social behaviour.

Education Authority - Southern Region

EA - Southern Region

The Education Authority (EA) became operational on 01 April 2015 and has taken over the duties and responsibilities of all five Education and Library Boards as a new, single organisation.

Newry and Mourne Community Safety Partnership


The Newry and Mourne Community Safety Partnership was formed in December 2004 following the Review of The Criminal Justice System in Northern Ireland (2000)Following the appointment of a Community Safety Coordinator and the formation of the Community Safety Partnership an audit was undertaken of community

Investing in Volunteers


Investing in Volunteers (IiV) is the UK quality standard for good practice in volunteer management. 

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade


The Reconciliation Fund awards grants to organisations working to build better relations within and between the traditions in Northern Ireland, the North and South, and Ireland and Britain.