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Ulster Project Delaware promotes peace in Northern Ireland by hosting eighteen Catholic and Protestant teens from the N.I. towns of Banbridge, Coleraine, and Portadown in Delaware homes for a month of reconciliation, tolerance, service, friendship and fun during July of each year.,

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Ulster Project Delaware 2018
Coleraine teens ages 14-16 will arrive in Wilmington for four amazing weeks with host families with a teen of the same age. American and Northern Irish teens participate in a full calendar of activities designed to foster firm friendships and promote tolerance, reconciliation and understanding between opposing groups in Northern Ireland.

American and Northern Irish teens participate in a full calendar of activities designed to foster firm friendships and promote tolerance, reconciliation and understanding between opposing groups.

“This month has been the most amazing month of my life and I have made so many amazing friends and memories that I will hold close to my heart forever. I have gained 35 new brothers and sisters this month. I’ve also gained a whole new family, my UPD family.  And of course my beautiful host family – I couldn’t have asked for a better family to stay with and I want to thank them so much  A big shout out to all of our amazingly wonderful leaders who have made my UPD experience the experience of a lifetime.”   Lauren Young, Coleraine, Northern Ireland – UPD 2013 Participant