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Home-Start: one of the UK’s leading family support charity. We provide a unique service for families - recruiting and training volunteers to support parents with young children at home.
The group was formed by native Ulster-Scots speakers to promote and encourage the everyday use of the language. The aim being to reduce the stigma surrounding the language; and furthermore, to educate people about the significance and influence of it.
The Prince's Trust is a registered chartity.
Love Coffee is an ethical coffee shop and live arts venue in the centre of Lurgan town. Not only do we sell great coffee, cakes, buns, sandwiches and soup, we offer a book club, live music, art house cinema, poetry nights and we are available for hire.
The Health Well is a unique all-island (Ireland and Northern Ireland) health information website that promotes health and wellbeing by supporting evidence-informed decision making.
Providing vital details in an emergency... because every moment matters.
Investing in social enterprise growth to increase sustainability in the voluntary and community sector. Tackling local unemployment and community vacancies by encouraging Social Enterprise start-ups within local communities across Ballymena, Larne, Antrim
The de Borda Institute promotes the use of inclusive voting procedures - multi-option and multi-candidate preference voting - on all occasions in which people gather to make a social choice.
Transfer Ready produce materials to help parents and carers get young people ready for the Northern Ireland transfer test, without the need for expensive tutors. Download our free practice paper samples or purchase our packs of practice papers.
CharityCASH provides innovative payment services to charities, which includes enabling them to receive donations from over 35,000 locations across the UK, include the Post Office.
Home-Start: one of the UK’s leading family support charity. We provide a unique service for families - recruiting and training volunteers to support parents with young children at home.
The group was formed by native Ulster-Scots speakers to promote and encourage the everyday use of the language. The aim being to reduce the stigma surrounding the language; and furthermore, to educate people about the significance and influence of it.