The members of the Ulster History Circle work on a purely voluntary basis, meeting the cost of research, travel and communication from their own pockets. The Circle has no earning capacity or trust funds of any kind available to underpin its activities. Unlike similar bodies in the rest of the United Kingdom, who receive generous government grants, the Circle depends on Local Authorities, businesses, organisations and individuals to help fund specific plaques. We are grateful for this assistance and wish to acknowledge the generosity of spirit and civic responsibility of our supporters in celebrating personal achievement throughout history.

The following is a list of those who have provided financial support.

A.E. Harvey Trust
Antrim Borough Council
Armagh City & District Council
Ards Borough Council
Banbridge District Council
Belfast City Council
Belfast Geologists’ Society
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Belfast Naturlalists’ Field Club
BBC Northern Ireland
Blaney Family, Newry
Carrickfergus Borough Council
Cavan County Council
Coleraine Borough Council
Cookstown District Council
Copley Family
Craigavon Borough Council
Derry City Council
Diocese of Down and Connor
Down District Council
Dungannon and South Tyrone B.C.
Earth Sciences Ireland
Fermanagh District Council
Friends of Sam Burnside
Friends of Stewart Parker
Gaelic Athletic Association
Garvan O’Doherty Group, Londonderry
Glens of Antrim Historical Society
Heritage Lottery Fund
Institution of Civil Engineers
The Ireland Funds
Irish National Teachers’ Organisation
The Irish News
Kelly Family, Newry
Larne Borough Council
Lisburn City Council
Lord Rana
Methodist College, Belfast
Michael McKeown, Newry
Mineralogical Society
National Trust
Newry & Mourne District Council
Newtownabbey Borough Council
North Down Borough Council
Omagh District Council
Portora Royal School, Enniskillen
Old Lawrencians Association
Queen’s University Belfast
Royal National Institute for the Deaf
Strabane District Council
Ulster-Scots Agency
Ulster Teachers’ Union
Weston Engineering, Carrickfergus