Caledon Rovers Football Club has availed of a loan from the Building Better Futures Fund to cover costs associated with carrying out essential drainage works to their football pitch. The maintenance works will deliver cost savings to the Club which provid
Members of the public are invited to attend the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland's annual public meeting 2018, which will be held on Monday 15 October 2018, from 9.10am to noon, at the Linen Suite, Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey.
Wine connoisseurs are being challenged to put their skills to the test to see if they can sniff out a fib at a fundraising ‘Call my Bluff’ event for the British Red Cross on Thursday 15 November 2018, in Belfast’s Harbour Commissioners.
Northern Ireland Central Investment Fund for Charities
Under the Charities Act (NI) 1964 and the Charities Order 1987 the Department for Communities acts as trustee to some 300 charities whose capital is invested in the Northern Ireland Central Investment Fund for Charities (NICIFC).
Do you know someone, aged 60 or over who volunteers? If you want to recognise them and the difference they make, here’s your chance.
Belfast City Council is looking for nominations for its annual Age-friendly Belfast Older Volunteer Awards.
Do you enjoy watching films? Would you like to be the first to see new films from around the world? Ever thought of being a film critic? If so, this year’s Cinemagic Belfast ‘CineFocus’ and ‘CineSeekers’ film jury’ is just for you!
Clanmil Housing Group is working with The McAvoy Group to deliver much needed new homes using an innovative off-site housing solution that will see families move into new homes a year earlier than through traditional site-based construction.
Electric Ireland have today announced they will be increasing their prices by 13.3%, which will come into effect from 1 October 2018. This will see the typical Electric Ireland customer needing to find an extra £64 per year.
The state of Kerala, Southern India, has been devastated by torrential rains, overflowing rivers and a series of landslides. Over 1.5 million people have been affected, 310,000 individuals are homeless and 54,000 homes have been washed away in the floods.
Participants are being sought from across the Ards and North Down Borough Council area to take part in an exciting new digital programme exploring the unique Sir John Newell Jordan collection held at North Down Museum.