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.
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.
St Lukes Hospital Loughgall Road Armagh BT61 7NQ United Kingdom
The short breaks service was established to provide short breaks, within a family setting, for children & young people with disabilities, were it has been assessed that their parents/carers require a break from their caring responsibilities. Short breaks work around the carer's availability - all we ask is that carers can provide a minimum of one overnight per month of care in their own home.
City Life Centre 143 Northumberlnad St. Belfast BT13 2JF United Kingdom
We are based on the peaceline at Northumberland St. between Shankill & Falls Rd.
Our centre is a converted warehouse with child care facilities, coffee shop, main auditorium and sports hall as well as offices.
We run many projects helping the local and wider community.
Edfield Way, Fivemiletown BT75 0QH. Fivemiletown BT750QH United Kingdom
The Molly and Mia Foundation is a registered charity aiming to create a supportive environment and social outlet for families following the loss of a baby. We aim to create opportunities for young people to try new activities, socialize and build new friendships following the loss of a brother or sister. Children and young people are directly connected to our charity in this way; having lost a brother or sister through still birth, miscarriage or infant birth.
84-94 Great Patrick Street Belfast BT1 2LU United Kingdom
Golden Thread Gallery (GTG) is a medium-scale, publicly funded, contemporary art gallery based in Belfast that is recognised as having charitable status. It provides a welcoming space for the public to engage with contemporary visual art, and has grown steadily since it was founded in 1998.
Unit 13 Weavers Court Linfield Road Belfast BT12 5GH United Kingdom
Golden Thread Gallery is a contemporary visual art gallery. Our purpose is to present high quality artistic programmes embracing the breadth of contemporary arts practice, and to develop, support and champion contemporary Northern Irish artists. Our gallery showcases world-class national and international artists and emerging and early-career artists. Our mission statement is “Creating a context, challenging perceptions, promoting creativity, delivering contemporary visual art for all”.
385 Springfield Road 385 Springfield Road Belfast BT12 7DG United Kingdom
PEAT is the Autism Charity in Northern Ireland that provides direct individualised intervention for children/young people with autism based on the belief that they deserve to achieve their full potential.
The Arches Centre 11-13 Bloomfield Avenue Belfast BT5 5AA United Kingdom
With support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, QSS provide affordable studios for professional artists in Belfast. Our artist members deliver a diverse range of public facing activities locally, across the UK and internationally, all supported by their-studio centred practice. Closer to home our artists foster links with the wider community via a range on in-house events; from guided tours and workshops through to exhibitions and open days.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Richmond TW9 3AE United Kingdom
Supported by the Big Lottery Fund and led by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Grow Wild inspires communities, friends, neighbours and individuals across the UK to come together to transform local spaces, by sowing, growing and enjoying native wild flowers.