The theme of the event was ‘A Time to Say Thanks!” and special recognition was given to those who are celebrating milestones in their service to the Society this year with a combined service of 450 years volunteering with SVP.
Community, voluntary and social enterprise sector colleagues, the Community Foundation NI, in partnership with Comic Relief, are conducting research on Digital Needs and Digital Inclusion across the sector.
In this episode of our Inspirational Speaker Series, Bernadette McAliskey will provide us with insights into the impact the hostile environment of Brexit has on the daily lives of immigrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers, and their families
We are delighted to be able to offer FREE training places, in partnership with the Halifax Foundation NI! If you are an organisation with an income of less than £250k then we can offer you a FREE place on the training below.
Ahead of mental health awareness week next week, Northern Irish social enterprise Fresh Minds Education celebrated the launch of Connections: Operation Link Life, a training session that aims to raise awareness of mental health and suicide prevention for
The organ donation system in Northern Ireland is changing to an opt-out system. This will mean, in the event that organ donation is a possibility after you die, it will be considered all adults agree to being an organ donor unless they choose to opt-out.
The new podcast from BCM will discuss the key topics tackled across its projects with input from partner organisations, other charities, and third-party service providers to raise awareness of social issues across N. Ireland
The first Lough Neagh Artisans Market will take place at Lock Keeper’s Cottage, Toome, on Sunday 22 May from 1.00pm to 5.00pm. The market is a pilot to showcase local produce, arts and crafts from the shoreline of Lough Neagh and right across Northern Ire
The much anticipated Eastside Awards in association with George Best Belfast City Airport, celebrating all that is good about East Belfast, returned after a year’s absence with winners being recognised in 16 sought after categories.