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17 organisations available

Organisation
Public Sector

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.
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Other

Conway Mill
5-7 Conway Street
Belfast
BT13 2DE
United Kingdom

We support everyone in a crisis. We provide three days emergency food (all our Food is non perishable tins, jars packets) and we give support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are an Independent Foodbank, supported by local community to help families and individuals who find themselves in a crisis situation. We work on a referral basis, we work with statutory bodies & community groups.
Organisation
Other

107 Sea Road
Castlerock
BT51 4TW
United Kingdom

The National Trust North Coast portfolio covers areas from Downhill Demesne, Portstewart Strand to White Park Bay and Cushendun. We’re a charity founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything we do. We look after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone.
Organisation
Other

British Gymnastics

British Gymnastics NI

Lilleshall National Sports Centre
Newport
TF10 9AT
United Kingdom

British Gymnastics is proud to be the UK Governing Body for the sport of gymnastics.
Organisation
Other

Brunswick St, Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PS
United Kingdom

NHS at 70: The Story Of Our Lives is a national programme of work supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and led by The University of Manchester. We are recording stories from people who worked and were cared for by the NHS since its creation in 1948. These stories will be available on our public Digital Archive, which can be accessed by everyone.* The Digital Archive will provide a lasting resource for audiences to discover NHS history through the voices of the people who have worked and were cared for by the NHS since 1948.
Organisation
Public Sector

Nore Villa, Knockbracken Healthcare Park
Saintfield Road
Belfast
BT8 8SG
United Kingdom

All children and young people have a right to grow up in a safe, secure and caring family where they are nurtured and developed. We recruit and support foster carers and adopters across the five HSC Trusts in Northern Ireland. We are committed to providing learning and development opportunities for all our foster carers and adopters.
Organisation
Other

Athletics House
Old Coach Road
Belfast
BT9 5PR
United Kingdom

Athletics Northern Ireland is the governing body for athletics in Northern Ireland and aims to get more athletes to major championships to inspire the public, offer a better participation experience to engage every community and aspire to excellence in everything we do.
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Other

Albert House, Quay Place
92-93 Edward St
Birmingham
B1 2RA
United Kingdom

Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport.
Organisation
Other

1 Church Brae
Strabane
BT82 8BS
United Kingdom

Political Party Branch
Organisation
Public Sector

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.
Organisation
Other

8 Springfield Meadows
Belfast
BT13 3QS
United Kingdom

The County Antrim & District Football Association (also known as the North East Ulster Football Association but more commonly as the Co. Antrim FA) is the largest of the four regional divisional football associations within Northern Ireland being affiliated to the Irish FA; the others being the Mid-Ulster FA, the Northwest of Ireland FA and the Fermanagh & Western FA. The Co. Antrim FA held its inaugural meeting on 23 April 1888 at the Commercial Hotel, Donegall Street, Belfast.
Organisation
Public Sector

37 Movilla Street
Newtownards
BT23 7JQ
United Kingdom

Livability is a voluntary care sector organisation supporting adults with learning disabilities in the community.
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Other

Westgate House,
2 Queen Street,
Belfast
BT1 6ED
United Kingdom

Shopmobility Belfast provides a FREE daily hire service to our members to allow them to use the social, leisure and shopping facilities Belfast City and greater the Belfast area has to offer with independence, freedom and dignity.
Organisation
Public Sector

National Autistic Society Northern Ireland
Eastbank Road
Carryduff
BT8 8BD
United Kingdom

Until everyone understands
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Other

25-27 Franklin Street
Belfast
BT2 8DS
United Kingdom

We are a voluntary organisation based in Northern Ireland which provides emergency accommodation, advice and community support for people who are homeless or who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Organisation
Other

The Stableyard, Barnett Demesne
Malone Road
Belfast
BT9 5PB
United Kingdom

Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland is a vibrant not-for-profit organisation with the vision to ‘place outdoor recreation at the heart of society’.
Organisation
Other

Kemble Drive
Swindon
SN2 2NA
United Kingdom

As a charity, we rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from our commercial operations. We’re a charity founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything we do. We look after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone.