BCRC is core funded by DSD to provide networking opportunities and practical support and capacity building for a wide range of youth and community groups
Ballymoney Scout Group engages over 90 young people in a balanced programme of activities. Members earn badges for skills learned. We do some pretty amazing things in Scouting, but for us, adventure is a way of life and not just an activity or expedition.
Ballynafeigh Community Development Association is a community development association in South Belfast. Our core aim is to create and delver social action to tackle disadvantage and address issues that impact on vulnerable individuals and groups.
The charity aims to “walk alongside” children, young people and young adults to help them achieve their potential by providing advice, love & support, providing a programme of recreational, educational, cross-community and citizenship initiatives
We are a dynamic forward thinking not for profit organisation that offer opportunities for training, participation and personal development.
Banbridge District Council is one of twenty-six local councils in Northern Ireland. The District was formed in 1973 from a merger of the former Banbridge Urban and Rural Districts and former Dromore Urban District. In 1993, following a local Government Bo
Bangor Alternatives is a government accredited restorative justice organisation working across Ards and North Down.
Barefeet is a creative arts organisation, originating in Zambia, mainly working with young people through arts and performance.In N. Ireland we facilitate workshops with young people and educators using arts based methodologies as well as other activities
Basketball Northern Ireland (BNI) is the governing body for Basketball in Northern Ireland.
BBC Audience Council Northern Ireland
BBC Northern Ireland provides a broad range of programmes and services, across radio, television and online, for BBC audiences at home and throughout the rest of the UK.
Broadcast Appeals provide an opportunity for local charities to describe their work and to make an appeal for volunteers or funds. These short programmes are broadcast throughout the year on BBCNI radio and television and are also featured on our dedicate
Broadcast Appeals allow local charities to tell BBC audiences about their work, raise awareness and appeal for funds/volunteers. Appeals are broadcast on TV and radio.
BBC Trust is the governing body of the BBC
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. Beat’s vision is that eating disorders will be overcome.