Local businessman, Dr Terry Cross OBE, visited Ballynahinch based charity, The Edge, earlier this month where he presented Centre Manager, Stanley Kelly, with a cheque for £5,000 from the David Cross Foundation for Peace and Reconciliation.
CADA NI is delighted to announce our inaugural One World Festival, taking place across NI from 16th-27th October 2019.
We would love your organisation to get involved by hosting your own event in collaboration with us! Please read on for more info.
Shared Lives Week is celebrating Shared Lives carers who open their homes to care for vulnerable adults offering an alternative to more traditional forms of care. This model of care is person-centred, community based and regulated by RQIA.
To celebrate World Environment Day and this year's theme Beat Air Pollution, young people with additional needs who access Autonomie's Freedom2Choose programme got a chance to pot plants and decorate their plant pots.
The NI Human Rights Commission, in partnership with NICCY and the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children have highlighted ending physical punishment of children in Northern Ireland through a new animation.
1031 people and groups across Northern Ireland registered for The Big Lunch 2019. The Big Lunch kicked off last weekend and people from Gortin to Groomsport stepped outside for cuppa and cake with their neighbours, to build community spirit in their area
Young people with disabilities who have taken part in a huge range of activities with Belfast based charity Autonomie had their achievements recognised at the Strictly Our Achievements Celebration Event.
Business leaders, trustees and friends from across Northern Ireland attended Charis Cancer Care’s 9th birthday celebration last night (15th May 2019), which was held at Charis House in Lough Fea and hosted by the charity’s Patron, Jenny Bristow BEM.
Charity bank statements, instructions on how to play Bridge and a grant application are just some of the unexpected information submitted to Northern Ireland’s charity regulator under the annual reporting programme, it has been revealed.
To support community and voluntary sector groups considering making an application to the £880,000 CFNI Comic Relief Programme a series of information roadshows are being held throughout Northern Ireland during May.