c21 Theatre Company is dedicated to providing audiences with high quality theatre which is entertaining, thought provoking and memorable.
Young people in Northern Ireland will, this autumn, be able to take part in National Citizen Service (NCS). We are launching a competitive grant process to find a provider to deliver 250 places for year 11 students this autumn.
The Coalition of Aid and Development Agencies in Northern Ireland (CADA) is an umbrella organisation of those overseas aid agencies with an active presence in Northern Ireland.
We require a Learning support assistant to provide one to one assistance to a student with additional needs within practical classes. The individual must be CRB/access Ni cleared.
CAIRDE Teo is an Irish language community owned enterprise that provides employment, work experience and training opportunities through the production and retail of Irish language greeting cards, educational and learning materials, giftware, clothing, etc
CAJ is an independent human rights organisation with cross community membership in Northern Ireland and beyond. It was established in 1981 and lobbies and campaigns on a broad range of human rights issues.
CALMS was established in 1994 to provide programmes and services, which are of an educative, preventative and rehabilitative nature.
Reusing IT equipment to educate and empower thousands of disadvantaged children in African schools.
We refurbish computers for use in the youth education sector in Ireland and in disadvantaged schools across the globe. Support us by donating your old IT equipment or buying refurbished equipment.
Campaign For a Fair Society is a non-profit conglomerate of organisations and individuals working together to alleviate the impact of the welfare cuts on disabled people and campaigning to end the discrimination against disabled citizens.
The principle activity of CCTNI is the holding of property and other assets for the use in the education, training, and support of children, young people, and adults with learning disabilities. CCTNI also provides advice and support to the Communities.
Camphill Community Glencraig is an integrated therapeutic residential community for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour.
Camphill Holywood is a registered Not for Profit organisation, a town-based community comprising of a Residential Care Home and an organic café, bakery and food store based in the centre of Holywood where those with learning disabilities can work.
CAN is a user led voluntary organisation providing support and services to adults and young people with learning disabilities. CAN operates 4 social enterprises and offers training and employment opportunities to people with learning disabilities.
We support people affected by Cancer and their families from all over Northern Ireland.
Cancer Focus Northern Ireland, the new name for the Ulster Cancer Foundation, is your local cancer champion, here to help you and your family if you have cancer.
Childhood Cancer devastates family life. Cancer Fund for Children strives to rebuild it.