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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.
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Assembly Buildings
2-10 Fisherwick Pace
Belfast
BT1 6DW
United Kingdom

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

TechDesk is a non-profit community interest company based in Belfast. We offer affordable I.T Support, Solutions & Advice to 3rd sector organisations and use our extensive network of Technology Partners to supply savings on everything from Telephone systems and broadband to antivirus, hosting and Microsoft Office365.
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3 Glenford Way
Newtownards
BT23 4BX
United Kingdom

North Down Community Works is a Newtownards based community initiative focussed on helping people who may be experiencing crisis throughout Ards and the North Down area. Our goal is to give back to the local community in any way we can. We run a range of community events and projects throughout North Down and Ards.
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16 Knockdarragh
Newry
BT34 2GB
United Kingdom

Rugby activities for children and young people with autism and additional needs
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75 Woodburn Road
Carrickfergus
BT38 8PS
United Kingdom

Church in Carrickfergus Co. Antrim
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Unit 7 Enler Complex
Craigleith Drive
DUNDONALD
BT16 2QP
United Kingdom

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24 Monaghan street
Newry
BT35 6AA
United Kingdom

Sometimes we all need a little help and when you do, Bolster Community has your back. Bolster Community is a not for profit organisation with offices in Newry and Kilkeel. We’re a practical, hands-on charity that works alongside individuals, families and communities to help them get through and get ahead. Since 2004, we’ve had the privilege of helping countless individuals reach their full potential. From early years right through to later years, we support and strengthen people facing life’s tough challenges.
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46 Hill Street
Belfast
BT1 2LB
United Kingdom

Annual festival of ideas & politics
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30a Deanby Gardens
Belfast
BT146NN
United Kingdom

YeHa (Youth Education Health Advice) deliver a wide range of youth support services aimed at tackling issues affecting young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. We support young people aged 12 – 21 from North Belfast to overcome barriers to reaching their potential.
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4, Thame House, Thame Rd
Haddenham
Aylesbury
HP17 8HU
United Kingdom

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis provides advice and support to those affected by Multiple Sclerosis and their families.
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Sense Touchbase Pears, 750 Bristol Road
Selly Oak,
Birmingham,
B29 6NA
United Kingdom

About us For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential. Our experts offer personalised support through our centres, holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes.
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16 West Street
Carrickfergus
BT38 7AR
United Kingdom

We care for over 3,500 kids across the world but no two are the same, so we take care to understand and meet each of their individual needs, from food and healthcare, to loving parents and quality education. We help them reach their full potential, stand on their own two feet and change their futures. We have transformed thousands of kids lives, and we are only just getting started.
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14 Mount Street Upper
St Peter's
Dublin 2
Co. Dublin
Ireland

The national student representative organisation in Ireland, operating through NUS-USI in Northern Ireland.
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The Community Centre
Dobbin Street
Armagh
BT61 7QQ
United Kingdom

Dialogue for Diversity was set up in by Irish and British Jesuits and people from other churches to develop respect and esteem for all groups in society, especially the marginalized.
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1-5 Somerset Park
Antrim
BT41 2TE
United Kingdom

The Family Caring Centre was established in Rathenraw, Antrim in 1985. Its purpose was to provide training, information, advice and Childcare services to families in the area who were suffering from social deprivation as a result of deteriorating housing and high unemployment. The Centre has been successfully providing this support through a range of services which have been continuously developed over the years as a response to the changing needs. Today, over 250 families benefit from the range of services that are currently provided.
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The Playhouse
5-7 Artillery Street
DERRY
BT486RG
United Kingdom

UV Arts C.I.C is a fun, dynamic and exciting social enterprise based in Northern Ireland. Creating vibrant spaces and making art inclusive for all, we use street art to create social change. Our primary focus is to use street art in a positive way and help make a difference through our art. We are an award winning social enterprise having won the Derry Journal People of the Year award, winning Business Person of the year 2019. We were also selected as part of Nesta/Guardian New Radicals list of top 50 radical organisations in the UK 2018.
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Hope Centre, 10 Hillmans Way
Ballycastle Road
Coleraine
BT52 2ED
United Kingdom

We provide people with emotional, practical and financial support at their crisis points of need, while also empowering them to tackle the underlying root causes of poverty.
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Ballybog Road, Seymour Hill, 7-9 Elm Corner, Dunmurry
Belfast
BT17 9PZ
United Kingdom

Community and Youth Organisation supporting the Seymour Hill area
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Tullyally Community Centre, Unit 2 Glenermott Valley Business Park
Tullyally
Derry
BT473LR
United Kingdom

TCP is established to enhance and develop the quality of lives of all residents in Tullyally and District irrespective of their different religious beliefs, political opinion, racial group or gender, and to provide a powerful voice on their behalf.
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Unit 2, Caernarvon House
19 Donegall Pass
Belfast
BT7 1DQ
United Kingdom

Donegall Pass Community Enterprises is a Community Interest Company established in 2017 with the aim of working in partnership with Donegall Pass residents and community stakeholders to enhance the environment and create opportunities which ensure a safe, vibrant, sustainable place for all to live, work, play and grow.
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Donegal Youth Service

Donegal Youth Service

16-18 Port Road
Letterkenny
Co. Donegal F92A7X3
Ireland

Donegal Youth Service (DYS) is a countywide Youth Service Provider, a Company Limited by Guarantee and a registered Charity with Charitable Status. Donegal Youth Service is an affiliate member of Youth Work Ireland (one of 22 Member Services nationally). DYS supports voluntary led youth clubs who are affiliated to the organisation and manages youth projects which are set up to address specific needs of young people aged 10 – 25yrs. DYS operates an integrated youth service model to deliver better outcomes for young people through an intentional youth work practice intervention.
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394 Seacoast Road
Magilligan
Limavady
BT49 0LA
United Kingdom

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Shopmobility Lisburn

Shopmobility Lisburn

Bow Street Mall
lisburn
BT28 3QE
United Kingdom

Who are we?... Shopmobility Lisburn is a registered charity, which can provide a mobility scooter or wheelchair for FREE - helping you get around Lisburn. Our service is open to EVERYONE who finds access around the city centre difficult. This includes people with disabilities, older people or those who, due to accident or illness, find themselves with temporary mobility difficulties.
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Lower Hall 42 B Fairhill Road
Cookstown
BT80 8AG
United Kingdom

Team Aspie is a community group (non-profit constituted organisation) for the benefit of children and young adults with Asperger’s/ASD and their families. It is based in Cookstown and provides a much needed service across the Mid Ulster area and beyond. The group was founded in 2014 by Richard Collins (then 13 years old). We meet weekly on Monday nights at Team Aspie HQ in Cookstown and regularly have over 50 kids and their guardians in attendance each night.