It is time to hit the heights and show us what you are made of all in aid of local children living with cancer! Join us on Sunday 24th February to raise funds for Cancer Fund for Children. With your support, we can ensure no family has to face cancer alone.
Following on from the success of the WHO International Healthy Cities Conference, Changing Cities to Change the World, Celebrating thirty years of the Healthy Cites movement, held last week in Belfast, we are delighted to announce the Belfast Healthy Cities, ‘Healthy City’ 2018 awards.
There are four award categories, Promoting Health Equity; Healthy Places; Healthy Living and Engaging for Change.
The call for entry is open until 5.00pm Monday 12 November 2018. Further information and to submit an online application visit https://awards.belfasthealthycities.com/ The awards will be presented at a high profile ceremony in Belfast on Tuesday 11 December 2018.
Join Nexus NI for this fun and fabulous fundraising event, taking place at the beautiful Belfast Castle.
Thanks to your bravery, you could fund a counselling session for someone in need of our help by taking part in this stunning abseil.
To mark 40 years as one of Northern Ireland’s leading Addiction charities, on the 8th April 2019, Addiction NI and Inspire will host their Addiction Conference - ‘Changing the Conversation on Addiction’.
This isn’t your average industry conference with a typical agenda: the Conference will be an inspirational and provocative event for people living with addiction and those who support and work with them.
Belfast And Lisburn Community Project Presents:
“Homeless NOT Faceless” a Dance and Music Night fundraising event.
Hosted By DJ David Lamont from Lisburn’s 98FM
Address: WESTBOURNE GSC
3 Solway Street
Belfast BT4 1HN
13th December 2019
Time: 7PM – Midnight
( Ticket £5 )
The Maritime Mile Treasure Trail, an exciting new outdoor family experience aimed at encouraging locals and visitors to explore Belfast’s Historic waterfront, has been launched. A joint initiative between Titanic Foundation and Belfast Harbour, the trai
Sólás is a Charity dedicated to supporting children and young people with additional needs. It is based in South Belfast and has a very strong volunteering ethos. Founded in 2009, it provides a range of educational and social programmes for children and young people with additional needs and/or Autism.
Our family-friendly Winter Woolly Walk is back and we would love to see you step out once again and wrap up warm in support of local families living with cancer! On Saturday 23rd February we have 4 picturesque walks for you to choose from. Each walk ranges from 3 to 5 miles and is, as always, suitable for the whole family. Walkers are free to stroll leisurely or you can walk as briskly as you wish – just as long as everyone is having fun! Warming refreshments will be provided at the end to warm your hands along with some fun family activities for the kids while you sit and relax.