Open Strategic Communications

Open Strategic Communications

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Caption: Pictured from left to right: Gwyneth Compston, CSR Manager at Power NI, William Steele, Director of Customer Solutions at Power NI, and Julie Morton from the Alzheimer’s Society.
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Northern Ireland’s leading electricity supplier Power NI has been working with Alzheimer’s Society on training for their staff in their efforts to become Dementia Friendly Community Champions.
Jim Dennison, Chief Executive at Simon Community, Communities Minister, Deirdre Hargey and Kirsten Hewitt, Director of Homelessness Services, Simon Community at the launch of Creating Homes. The charity will  buy as well as manage 50 homes for people who are homeless as part of its 50th birthday celebrations.
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Simon Community has launched a new ‘Creating Homes’ programme to buy as well as manage 50 homes for people who are homeless as part of its 50th birthday celebrations.
L to R: Eric Randall, Bryson Recycling, Kyle McDowell and Scott McClean from Young Sparks, which is this year’s nominated charity for the Recycling Rewards. Young Sparks has assisted families to reach their learning potential as well as spend more positive, quality time together.
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A new pilot scheme called ‘Young Sparks’ for young people aged 4-16 will receive support for further development through a popular charity recycling initiative.
IFI Chair, Paddy Harte.
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The International Fund for Ireland (IFI) has allocated £2,356,535/ €2,639,319 to further support community projects across Northern Ireland and the southern border counties at a critical time in peace building work.
Caption: Orangefield Old Boys FC celebrate as they receive £250 thanks to Power NI’s staff sponsorship scheme, ‘Helping Hands.’ The initiative encourages Power NI staff members to nominate local organisations and groups they’re actively involved with to receive funding. Thanks to the nomination by Power NI employee and club member Clarke Little, the club will be able to cover the costs of new football jackets for all coaching staff. Pictured left to right: Sammy Wright, Clarke Little, and Gerry Goodall from
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The East Belfast Football Club received a £250 community grant through Power NI’s staff initiative, which gives employees the opportunity to nominate local groups and organisations to receive funding.
Pictured from left to right: Vickie Chambers, Supporter Relationship Manager at Ulster Wildlife, Martin from Outwork, and Alpha tenant Val.
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Alpha Housing has joined Ulster Wildlife’s ‘Let Nature In’ campaign to help reverse the decline in wildlife by creating nature-friendly gardens in its 40 sites across Northern Ireland.
The Brilliant Club on a University tour with young people
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Allen & Overy’s Belfast Grants Committee is calling for charities that promote access to justice, or which support and develop education or employment projects in Northern Ireland, to apply for a share of GBP40,000 funding.

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