Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a pioneering tele-mentoring programme which provides support to clinicians and health care professionals through the sharing of specialist’s knowledge in order to improve the quality of care to
Over 350 charities that work overseas to provide services to children and/or vulnerable adults have been invited by the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland to an Essential safeguarding good practice seminar.
This 8 day programme (WRAP) is essential for new advisers or those who require a good understanding of the benefits system. Accredited through OCNNI it takes learners through the main benefits in detail.
The Ortus Group are pleased to announce CEO Seamus O’Prey has been named Social Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year at the prestigious CO3 Leadership Awards – one week after The Ortus Group is recognised as Social Enterprise of the Year at the Belfast Busi
In celebration of all that’s good about local generosity, the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland will host a crowdfunding evening for people interested in hearing more about the issues of suicide, human trafficking and LGBT in NI.
With Northern Ireland being well known as one of the most charitable regions in the UK, Philanthropy Fortnight 2018 is set to celebrate our local generosity and desire to help others with a series of unique events held at venues across Northern Ireland.
The Ortus Group are delighted to announce that it has been recognised as the Social Enterprise of the Year at last weeks (27th April) Belfast Chamber Belfast Business Awards held in St. Anne’s Cathedral.
AWARE, the depression charity for Northern Ireland, is delighted to be involved in the Allianz Garden Show Ireland this year, helping to raise awareness of depression, mental health and the support that is available.
Interested in changing global policy? If you're aged 18-35 - apply now for British Council's Future Leaders Connect and be part of an intensive 10-day leadership programme - 2 places for Northern Ireland applicants guaranteed.
Applications are now open for the Acorn Fund’s City of Culture Legacy Grants Fund, where community and voluntary groups from across County Derry can benefit from grants of up to £3,000, to support innovative arts and cultural projects in their local areas