Ailsa Lodge, the latest care home to be acquired by Conway Group Healthcare in May 2018, was officially declared open this week on Tuesday 4th December 2018 by Mayor of Ards and North Down, Councillor Richard Smart.
Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) is delighted to disclose the list of successful applicants in the latest round of Level 2 funding for the Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP) programme.
Social enterprise NOW Group is seeking donations to make up Christmas hamper's for its award winning Family Service that supports parents with a learning difficulty or autism and are expecting a child or have a child under 5 in the Greater Belfast area.
With one in five Northern Ireland consumers having experienced additional online delivery costs to Northern Ireland, The Consumer Council is calling for retailers to consider fairer delivery charges to Northern Ireland.
A £1million community fund which provides small, unsecured loans to social enterprises and charities has committed £850K to 36 groups in Northern Ireland in just 18 months, including a training provider which has been saved from closure.
The gala ball which took place during Hospitality Exchange, the two-day conference for everyone who works in the hospitality industry, raised a total of £2270 for local charity PEAT (Parents’ Education as Autism Therapists).
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Will to Give is dedicating the week of 5th- 11th November to promoting an increasingly popular way of giving, leaving a charitable gift in your Will, with our Change the Future campaign - how will you #changethefuture?
Local businessman, Dr Terry Cross OBE, recently visited the headquarters of the charity Air Ambulance Northern Ireland (AANI) in Lisburn to meet with the team and to learn more about the vital service the air ambulance provides.
Laura McNamee and Joe Devlin are part of 50 young people from around the globe meeting world leaders, parliamentarians and academics in the UK as part of the British Council’s Future Leaders Connect programme.