Community relations

A community association in Templepatrick
The project offers practical and emotional support to individuals and families who suffered as a result of the troubles
St Mary's Youth Club provides support to the young people from Creggan in Derry Northern Ireland. The membership age ranges from 5-25 years old. In the youth club we offer an array of sporting activities including gymnastics, dancing, judo & kickboxing
Camlough,South Armagh is an area adversely affected by the Northern Ireland conflict in terms of social and economic advancement,cross community interaction and mobility and physical dereliction.
Ulidia Training was set up to improve opportunities for much needed up-skilling and confidence building within marginalised Loyalist communities
The new Agape Centre, which opened in April 2012, is finished to a very high specification and embraces all the technologies of the digital age. It provides a cross community focal point for a diverse range of services to meet local needs.
An international consultancy in the field of business VET with a growing specialism in digital elearning and marketing platforms
Bangor Alternatives is a government accredited restorative justice organisation working across Ards and North Down.
Established in 2015, Blaris Players is an inter-generational, cross-community amateur drama group based in Lisburn, County Antrim.
Through public consultation Strathroy Community Association identified the need for Business Enterprise units and as a result as a result Strathroy Community Enterprise Ltd (SCEL) was established in 2001.
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