The British Red Cross organised a special Tackling Loneliness at Major Life Transitions event at Stormont ahead of Valentine’s Day, urging cross-party political representatives to join experts from across the sector to take action against loneliness.
If so, or if you’d just like to know more, we’d love to hear from you. NICVA placement student Emma Bramble (QUB) is undertaking an eight week project to find out how aware of the Sustainable Development Goals the voluntary & community sector in NI is.
People are our greatest asset and so it's important ensure that they are developed, supported and managed well. NICVA and Sector Matters have developed this HR training series for all those who manage staff and volunteers.
The Consumer Council is giving consumers the opportunity to voice their consumer concerns at its annual Consumer Parliament. The Consumer Parliament will take place on Friday 8 March 2019 at Spires Conference Centre, Belfast from 10am – 3.30pm.
Eden Project & National Lottery invite everyone to take part in The Big Lunch 2019. The Big Lunch is about millions of people getting together to share food, have fun and get to know each other better. Imagine all that community spirit if we all join in.
Charity trustees have a responsibility to run their charity in line with legal requirements and best practice and so need to understand what is expected of them and how best they may fulfil their duties.
Over 70 young people from local and regional organisations come together to discuss important issues with other young people on mental health and the Education Authority Consultation the 'New Funding Scheme'. #NfY #Connections
The next round of BCPP Level 1 funding has just opened with a closing date of 2 May 2019. The grant award for Level 1 has just been increased to £2,500 and these projects will run for a maximum of six months.
Leading local charity Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has launched a major fundraising campaign to raise £100,000 for pioneering breast cancer research to mark its 50th birthday. Cancer Focus NI was the first ever cancer charity in Northern Ireland.
Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has teamed up with Ballroom Blitz NI to host its very own Strictly Come Dancing event for the over 50s to raise vital funds for cancer research at Queen’s University Belfast.
On Sunday 20th January, over 55 community groups from across Belfast enjoyed a day out at Titanic Belfast & SS Nomadic.
Titanic Belfast threw open its doors to help the local community beat the January blues by giving away complimentary tickets for the
An innovative community fund is helping address a gap in the provision of counselling services in Derry / Londonderry for young people, but more needs to be done according to a local charity, Aurora Counselling.