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Organisation
VCSE

7 Regent Street
Newtownards
BT234AB
United Kingdom

Crossroads is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting carers and those with care needs across Northern Ireland. Since its beginnings in 1979, Crossroads has been helping carers across Northern Ireland in practical ways. Growing each year, Crossroads work has evolved into support for both carers and those with care needs. Today, Crossroads charity supports young carers and older people through two projects: Young Carers – supporting children and young people who are caring on a daily basis for a family member with a disability/illness/mental health issue or substance misuse pr
Organisation
VCSE

128 Lecky Road
Derry
BT48 6NP
United Kingdom

The Gasyard Wall Féile is a community festival that has become the biggest community and arts cultural festival in the North West, attracting over 20,000 people to the programme of events. Gasyard Wall Feile involves numerous other organisations including Bogside & Brandywell Health Forum, Bogside & Brandywell Initiative, Dove House, Fountain Forum, Pilots Row, Bluebell Arts, Culturlann Ui Chanain, Peace Walls Project and more.
Organisation
VCSE

c/o Trinity Methodist Church, Ballymacoss Avenue
Lisburn
BT28 2GX
United Kingdom

Salt Factory Sports is a Christian sports ministry. We use sport as an effective means of bringing people together, building relationships and creating real opportunities for evangelism and discipleship.
Organisation
VCSE

5a&b Church Street
Dromore
BT25 1AA
United Kingdom

Dromore Youth for Christ delivers high quality youth work programmes alongside the local schools, churches and like-minded organisations as well as the resources provided within The Base youth centre in the heart of Dromore, Co Down.
Organisation
VCSE

64 Donegall Street
Belfast
BT1 2GT
United Kingdom

Zen Buddhist meditation centre
Organisation
Other

2 Bostock Court
Buckingham
MK18 1HH
United Kingdom

THINK is the leading international consultancy dedicated to not for profit fundraising.  We’ve been working with charities in the UK and all over the world for more than 15 years.  The THINK website – www.thinkcs.org - provides a wide range of insights and information for anyone interested in changing the world.
Organisation
VCSE

TBC
TBC
BT15 2GB
United Kingdom

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Organisation
VCSE

Portadown 2000

Portadown 2000

Millennium Court
William Street
Portadown (Northern Ireland)
BT62 3NX
United Kingdom

Portadown 2000 offers a comprehensive suit of economic and art initatives aimed at addressing the decline of the town centre in Portadown Area
Organisation
Business

3 DIAMOND AVENUE
BELFAST
BT10 0HG
United Kingdom

Belfast based consultancy services business, specializing in GDPR compliance, IT Risk Management & Governance and ISO Certification support services. Reduced rates available to charities and community and voluntary sector groups. Initial consultations available free of charge. www.assuremore.com
Organisation
VCSE

925 Crumlin Road
Belfast
BT14 8AL
United Kingdom

BCF is a community organisation that delivers advice and information, delivers good relations programmes, community regeneration and development across the Greater Ballysillan area.
Organisation
VCSE

St Patrick 's Academy
Ballinderry Rd
LIsburn
BT28 1TD
United Kingdom

9th Antrim Scouts are a voluntary youth organisation that is non political and open to all young people without distinction of origin, race, creed, sexual orientation , spiritual belief or gender.
Organisation
VCSE

3 Doagh Road,
Ballyclare
BT39 9BG
United Kingdom

The United Parish of Ballynure and Ballyeaston (Ballyclare) is a vibrant and growing congregation of two churches; Christ Church in Ballynure and St. John’s in Ballyclare. Co Antrim. The Parish spans across an area of both rural and urban communities, each with unique ministry needs, with a current congregation of 270 families.
Organisation
Other

17 Graham Gardens
Lisburn
BT28 1XE
United Kingdom

Lagan Valley Association for the Alliance Party.
Organisation
Other

Northern Ireland
Belfast
BT7 1NN
United Kingdom

Palliative Care Research Forum Northern Ireland
Organisation
VCSE

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

The Grange
Wycombe Road
Saunderton
HP27 9NS
United Kingdom

At Hearing Dogs for Deaf People we are passionate about our mission to create life-changing partnerships between hearing dogs and deaf recipients and employ a wide range of staff to help us succeed. We offer a professional and fun working environment where ideas are shared and where team work is vital to the running of the Charity.
Organisation
Public Sector

The Young Foundation
18 Victoria Park Square
London
E2 9PF
United Kingdom

We find new ways of tackling major social challenges by working alongside communities, using the tools of research and social innovation.
Organisation
VCSE

Formerly Moyraverty Community Centre
Craigavon
BT65 5HX
United Kingdom

Drumgor Detached Youth Work Project aims to combat the social exclusion of all young people aged between 10 – 18 years in the Brownlow area regardless of age, gender, sexuality, nationality, ethnic origin, political or religious opinion. The project aims to achieve this through the social and personal development of the young people it encounters as well as using current effective youth work practices. Drumgor Detached Youth Work Project will promote consultation with the young people to ensure their voice has the opportunity of being heard at all levels.
Organisation
VCSE

57 Pelham Road
Londonderry
BT47 6FF
United Kingdom

The only service user-run organisation in the UK and Ireland focuses entirely on advancing the rights and healthcare for people affected by personality disorder. We want to provide advocacy, training, peer support - all with a heavy PPI and co-productive focus - and campaign and lobby to raise awareness and combat dangerous misinformation.
Organisation
VCSE

Lilac Villa
Gransha Park
Derry
BT476TG
United Kingdom

Developing Healthy Communities, is a charity in Northern Ireland that works to promote a more positive and inclusive attitude to health through the promotion, preservation and protection of good health.
Organisation
VCSE

the Business Park, 5-7 Tobermore Road
Draperstown
BT45 7AG
United Kingdom

We provide childcare and education for children of all abilities and backgrounds aged 3-5 years.
Organisation
VCSE

BT5 4FP
55 Templemore Avenue
Belfast
BT5 4FP
United Kingdom

Dementia Friendly East Belfast is a voluntary campaign to make East Belfast a friendlier place for people living with dementia, their families and friends, and older people. The campaign includes groups such as the Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia NI, businesses, church groups and people living with dementia. The campaign is supported by Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, the Public Health Agency, and it is actively engaged with a number of facilities that support people living with dementia such as Mullen Mews and Syndenham Court.
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
VCSE

TBC
Carryduff
BT8 8DT
United Kingdom

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Organisation
VCSE

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

Tar Anall was established in 1995 and provides support to republican ex-prisoners and their family members.
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.