Leading development charity Self Help Africa Northern Ireland raised £268,939, including £129,530 of match funding from the UK Government from its ‘Give2Grow’ campaign which appealed for donations from the public for the people of Teso.
Local NI children who need support during cancer treatment will benefit from an additional robot to The Children’s Cancer Unit Charity, funded by a donation from local automotive dealership Charles Hurst Toyota.
We’re always rightly reminded at this time of year that the gift of a puppy is for life, not just for Christmas. That’s equally true for the goats, pigs, chickens and other livestock that’s bought annually for Self Help Africa Northern Ireland.
Funding enables Action Cancer to operate regionally across Co Down (Dundonald, Bangor, Newtownards, Downpatrick, Newry), Co Antrim (Belfast), Co Derry-Londonderry (Coleraine, L/Derry), Co Tyrone (Augher) and Co Armagh (Lurgan)
Action Trauma are delighted to share some exciting news with you. This project has been a dream of ours since 2018 and with lots of input from organisations and individuals we are delighted to share the launch of the Action Trauma Network.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul has launched its Annual Appeal and is expecting requests for help in the run up to Christmas to be higher than any witnessed in recent years, as already calls for help have tripled on those received last year.
Cyber Security is a key risk for organisations of all sizes. NICVA is developing a range of measures to support voluntary and community organisations that want to improve their cyber security capability.
St Vincent de Paul Armagh area hosted its first in person gathering since the beginning of the pandemic, with 60 guests attending an informative evening in preparation for helping the most vulnerable in our communities this winter.
Vincent’s Kircubbin shop manager Tracy Scott- Stewart celebrated her 100th open water swim at Cloughey Bay Beach by taking to the water with 35 friends and relatives and fundraising for St Vincent de Paul.
St Vincent de Paul has opened a new Vincent's shop on Scotch Street in Armagh. The shop has an extensive range of ladieswear, footwear, menswear, childrenswear and accessories and occupies a prime location in the heart of the cathedral city.
As consumers start to hit the high streets and shop online for Christmas, the Consumer Council is calling on the public to be ‘Savvy Shoppers’ in the run up to the big day, to avoid overspending and the common pitfalls of hidden costs.
Shopping from the comfort of your sofa on a phone or tablet is a task many of us now do on a regular basis, with more than 25% of the population doing the bulk of their Christmas shopping online. But 40% of shoppers in Northern Ireland have been targeted