Acceptable Enterprises (AEL), established in August 1999, is a Social Firm providing disadvantaged people with support to access further training and employment opportunities.
A2B is a not-for-profit organisation funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies and a grant from the Department of Finance and Personnel. It works to help older people across Northern Ireland maximise their take-up of benefit entitlements.
ACCIDENTAL'S THEATRE IS A COLLISION of perspectives, art forms and unusual collaborations – curious stories told through vibrant, ambitious performances.
ACCORD is Ireland's leading agency supporting marriage and relationships nationwide. Our aim is to help couples prepare for achieve and sustain their marriage and family relationships, offering ongoing help & support in times of difficulty or crisis.
The social enterprise arm of Public Achievement - Northern Ireland's leading youth focused civic education organisation.
ABI Ireland Help rebuild lives after a brain injury through the provision of a range of neuro-rehabilitation services specific to the needs of the person with a brain injury.
Action Cancer is a Northern Ireland cancer charity, established in 1973 by cancer specialist Dr George Edelstyn.
The Charity was renamed to Action Deaf Youth in January 2015. It was previously known as the Northern Ireland Deaf Youth Association, an organisation which was set up in 1988 to meet the social and educational needs of deaf children and young people.
Action for Blind People, part of RNIB Group, provides practical and emotional advice and support across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to people who are blind or partially sighted and their friends and family
Action for Children Northern Ireland provides vital services to children, young people and their families throughout NI.
Action Mental Health changes the lives of those living with mental ill-health and promotes resilience and well-being to future generations.
Action MS provides a range of social care services for people living with multiple sclerosis, their families and carers throughout in Northern Ireland. Our services include information, advocacy, groups, reflexology and a holiday home in Portstewart.
Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) Northern Ireland is the only charity in Northern Ireland working exclusively to protect, and prevent the abuse of, older people. We seek a society which values older people, and where they can live free from abuse.
We're helping the 300,000 people who are deaf, have a hearing loss or tinnitus in Northern Ireland.
Our aim is to facilitate, educate and advise public and private bodies on renewable energy.
Our objective is to promote physical health and mental well-being through participation in a wide range of sports and fitness based activities. Working in the local community we promote and deliver a range of opportunities for sport and recreation.
Active Communities Network engages and supports young people from marginalised and socially excluded communities, and in turn address a range of social issues such as community cohesion, citizenship and crime and anti-social behaviour.
Active in the Community will be a stimulating, information-packed, 2-day event for everyone who works in the community / voluntary sector in Northern Ireland. 9th and 10th October 2012 at The Ramada Hotel, Shaw’s Bridge, Belfast.
Leading on accessibility, moving forward together creating accessible spaces and places.