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Business

1, Station Road
Crossgar
Downpatrick
BT30 9EB
United Kingdom

Declutterbird® is a professional decluttering and organising service, provided by Catherine Hamilton-Cooper. Offering a personal, confidential and caring service, Catherine works with you at your pace, to help bring calm and order to your home, a home that doesnt waste your time, energy and money due to clutter and disorganisation. A home that is easier to live in and maintain.
Organisation
VCSE

Glenariffe Community & Recreation Centre
208 Garron Road
Glenariffe
BT44 0RB
United Kingdom

Friends of Glenariffe is a community organisation and registered charity which owns and manages Glenariffe Community and Recreation Centre on behalf of the local community.
Organisation
VCSE

c/o 13 North Main Street
Cork
T12 Y6W0
Ireland

Act Now enables people to take coordinated action together, to make Northern Ireland a better, fairer, more equal place for everyone - no matter where we come from.
Organisation
Business

Belfast
Antrim
BT16DJ
United Kingdom

07469990526
Organisation
Other

11-19 Glenburn Crescent
Ballysally
Coleraine
BT52 2QR
United Kingdom

We are a Media Production Social Enterprise that brings the positive to media in the Coleraine area. We help our local organisations and businesses with Photography, Videography and more! We are Media Partners to our local football team - Coleraine FC bringing content to their supporters!
Organisation
Business

Source Wellbeing Centre
Belfast
BT5 5DY
United Kingdom

A dedicated psychotherapy service for individuals and families living with and/or impacted by body focused repetitive behaviours.
Organisation
Other

Wellington Park Business Ctre
3 Wellington Park
Belfast
BT9 6DJ
United Kingdom

Together we will find a cure and improve life for the people affected by Parkinson's
Organisation
Public Sector

Unit 17, 18 Heron Road
Belfast
BT3 9LE
United Kingdom

Supporting people with a visual impairment to live the life they choose
Organisation
Public Sector

63 Lomond Avenue
Belfast
BT4 3AJ
United Kingdom

eduSOIL is an international non-profit arts organisation enabling access to mental health support for underserved children & adults through community arts, wellbeing & youth leadership programmes.  Since 2011, we have nurtured the innate creativity, compassion and resilience of 15,000 primarily black ​​& asian ​people in 11 countries with meditative enquiry, dance, writing & poetic films; ​mindfulness & yoga and design thinking.
Organisation
Public Sector

C/O 224A Limestone Road
Belfast
BT15 3AP
United Kingdom

Newington Residents Group was set up in November 2020. It is ran by residents for residents. The main goals of the group are to improve the local area we live in.
Organisation
Public Sector

C/O 12B Clarendon Rd, Clarendon Dock,
Belfast
BT1 3BG
United Kingdom

We’re an independent, non-statutory body that regulates fundraising across the charitable sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We stand up for best practice in fundraising, in order to protect donors and support the vital work of fundraisers. We work in partnership with other regulators and the representative bodies in the charitable and fundraising sectors to build public confidence and ensure consistent fundraising standards across the UK.
Organisation
Public Sector

56/58 Knightsbridge Park
Belfast
BT9 5EH
United Kingdom

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Public Sector

Limavady
Limavady
BT49 9EG
United Kingdom

Live Music Now is a charity working and campaigning to create inclusive, measurable social impact through the power of music. Our professional musicians work with older people (many living with dementia), children and young people facing disabling barriers, families living through challenges; and carers and key workers. By connecting people through music and evaluating its impact, we advance musical practice and change how we understand and support underrepresented and vulnerable people in our society.
Organisation
VCSE

Northern Cricket Union, The Pavilion
Stormont Estate, Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast
BT4 3TA
United Kingdom

The Northern Cricket Union of Ireland is the governing body for cricket in the North Eastern area of Ireland. The Northern Cricket Union of Ireland is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in Northern Ireland (Company Number NI 649724) and a Charity registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (Charity Number NIC 106791) having its registered office at The Pavilion, Stormont Estate, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3TA.
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VCSE
Thirtyone:eight is an independent Christian safeguarding organisation which helps individuals, organisations, charities, faith and community groups to protect vulnerable people from abuse. Our vision is a world where every child and adult can feel, and be, safe. It’s a big vision, but it’s what drives us because we believe that when a person or organisation shares this vision, transformation takes place, safer places are created and people’s lives are impacted for the better.
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VCSE

Summerhill Drive
Twinbrook
Belfast
BT17 0BT
United Kingdom

The Colin area is made up of four major housing areas namely: Twinbrook, Poleglass, Lagmore and Kilwee/Upper Dunmurry Lane. It has a growing population of circa 30,000 people. It is a Neighbourhood Renewal Area in the top 10% of the most disadvantaged communities in Northern Ireland.  Twinbrook is ranked 17 in the Multiple Deprivation Measure and health, education and employment attainments are low.   Saints Youth Centre attracts young people from both Twinbrook Poleglass and Lagmore housing estates. Twinbrook is part of a large urban conurbation on the outskirts of Belfast.
Organisation
VCSE

241 Newtownards Road
Belfast
BT4 1AF
United Kingdom

Church Community Transformation through a global lens. Training, facilitation and support for the faith sector specifically in Church Community engagement, leadership support and development and peace and reconciliation. Adapting learning from the global context and international development for the Church across Ireland.
Organisation
Business

Floor 2, Fairhill House
124 Broughshane Street
Ballymena
BT43 6EE
United Kingdom

PLAY THAT MATTERS We are a not for profit Community Interest Company. We are passionate about providing high-quality therapeutic play and creative arts therapy for children, specialised support for parents, and professional training. We believe all children have the right to access highly trained therapy services regardless of their circumstances.
Organisation
Other

Pure Mental NI
22-24 Market Square
Lisburn
BT28 1AG
United Kingdom

Pure Mental NI is a youth-led charity with a passion for improving mental health education, services and awareness in Northern Ireland's primary and post-primary schools through in-school programmes and policy & research projects.
Organisation
VCSE

32-34 Culmore Point Road
Derry
BT48 8JW
United Kingdom

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VCSE

East Strand
Portrush
BT56 8AF
United Kingdom

Surf therapy charity working with children who have experienced anxiety, trauma or social isolation.
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VCSE

c/o BCRC
Units 22-23 Acorn Business centre, 2 Riada Avenue
Ballymoney
BT53 7LH
United Kingdom

Community Development Networks Forum (CDNF) was established in 2000 as a strategic networking infrastructure to support communities across Northern Ireland in a wide range of issues from urban regeneration and renewal to  social isolation and health and community well being; from tackling poverty to building community cohesion.
Organisation
VCSE

3 Enville Court
Banbridge
BT32 4AX
United Kingdom

Information, advice & support for anyone aged 11-25 years old.
Organisation
VCSE

5 Leopardstown Business Centre,
Ballyogan Avenue
Dublin 18
Co. Dublin
D18 CF67
Ireland

Team Hope is an Irish, Christian and child-focused international development organisation.
Organisation
VCSE

12 Lant Street
London
SE1 1QH
United Kingdom

Listening Books is a national UK charity that provides an online and postal audiobook lending service, for anyone who finds that an illness, disability, learning difficulty, or mental health condition, impacts on their ability to read, or hold books in the usual way.