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Will to Give Week, 5th - 11th November #changethefuture
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Will to Give

Will to Give is dedicating the week of 5th- 11th November to promoting an increasingly popular way of giving, leaving a charitable gift in your Will, with our Change the Future campaign - how will you #changethefuture?
CO3 Awards
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CO3 Chief Officers 3rd Sector

Nomination deadline for the CO3 Leadership Awards 2019 is 12 noon Thursday 22 November 2018.
AANI
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Local businessman, Dr Terry Cross OBE, recently visited the headquarters of the charity Air Ambulance Northern Ireland (AANI) in Lisburn to meet with the team and to learn more about the vital service the air ambulance provides.
Joe Devlin and Laura McNamee have been chosen for this year's Future Leaders Connect programme
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British Council

Laura McNamee and Joe Devlin are part of 50 young people from around the globe meeting world leaders, parliamentarians and academics in the UK as part of the British Council’s Future Leaders Connect programme.
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Empowering Communities

Save at least 1 hour per referral and provide a secure customer/client gateway to a range of different services - https://empowering-communities.org/what-we-do/encrypted-referral-forms/
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Empowering Communities

Read the recent article about our work in The Parliamentary Review, highlighting best practice. http://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/empowering-commun…
Ann Irwin and Dr Sally Montgomery who nominated the winning tree, are joined by Alwyn Sinnamon, head gardener at Castlewellan
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The Woodland Trust

Tree of the Year winner revealed
NOW Group win SENI Award
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NOW Group

NOW Group were awarded the best Education, Training and Jobs Social Enterprise at the Social Enterprise NI awards on Friday at their annual gala awards night.
NOW Group launch Through Our Eyes initiative
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NOW Group

Social enterprise NOW Group have revealed plans for a new initiative that will train people with autism and learning difficulties to be tour guides in Belfast.
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Cinemagic Film and Television Festival

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 weekend's Cinemagic Belfast ‘CineSeekers’ film jury’ is just for you!
Impact Award Logo
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Autism NI

Autism NI’s Impact Award Training and Support Programme has been developed to help organisations create a more ‘Autism friendly environment’ for their customers.
Consumer Zach Robinson is given advice on what to look out for when buying a car by Angela Gilliland (Trading Standards Service) and Philippa McKeown-Brown (The Consumer Council).
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Consumer Council

Second-hand cars top complaint in Northern Ireland
Dementia JAM Card
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Dementia NI

The Dementia JAM Card, for people living with dementia/memory problems, is a discreet way of telling people that they may sometimes need a little extra time and patience.
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JMC Counselling & Training

Beginning: Monday 15th October from 6pm-10pm (12 Weeks)
Kellin McCloskey and Brendan Kearney
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Consumer Council

Bodies unite to help NI businesses understand their parcel rights and responsibilities
LSNI
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Law Society of Northern Ireland

A new awareness campaign has been launched aimed at reducing the threat posed by cyber-criminals targeting home-buyers, sellers, lenders and solicitors in Northern Ireland.
Jill Minne and Joan Smyth from the Women's Fund NI pictured with Chara Clarke from Glow
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

The Community Foundation is set to deliver a share of the UK Tampon Tax Fund to women in Northern Ireland and has opened a new fund to benefit women here.
LSNI
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Law Society of Northern Ireland

The Law Society has produced a new leaflet providing information on what to do if you receive cold calls or texts.
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Charity Commission for Northern Ireland

Hear from one of Northern Ireland’s leading PR experts on how to protect the reputation of your charity in the event of a crisis, at the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland’s annual public meeting 2018.
Pictured at the site of the new McDonald Centre are Tommy Whiteside, Treasurer of Crusaders FC; Stephen Baxter, Manager of Crusaders FC; Alan Moneypenny, Chairman of UCIT; Roy McDonald and Jim Crothers, Hubb Resource Centre
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Ulster Community Investment Trust

Crusaders Football Club (FC) is investing £1.2m to build a new education centre that aims to help people in the local area gain qualifications and tackle long-term unemployment.
Diona Doherty, of Derry Girls fame, and researcher Dr Kienan Savage get ‘In Pink’ for Cancer Focus NI’s Girls’ Night In campaign to support pioneering breast cancer research at Queen’s University Belfast. To sign up for your Girls’ Night In pack visit www.cancerfocusni.org or call 028 9066 3281.
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Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cancer Focus NI and Diona Doherty, a star of Derry Girls, are asking women across Northern Ireland to have a fun Girls’ Night In during October to raise awareness of breast cancer and to help fund research into the disease.
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Cinemagic Film and Television Festival

Q&A for Schools and Colleges:Politics and Journalism with Mark Devenport 10th October 10.30am-12.30pm Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
As part of What Next? Summer Activities Programme participants enjoyed at trip to The Lost City Adventure Golf.
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Autonomie

Autonomie recently held the What Next? Summer Activities Programme. Young people with disabilities took part in a range of activities including arts and crafts, cookery and music production as part of the two-week scheme.
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Northern Ireland Central Investment Fund for Charities

If you are involved with a charity which is looking at investment possibilities, the Northern Ireland Central Investment Fund for Charities (NICIFC) is an option you may wish to consider
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IT Can Help

Emerging technology for patient care and monitoring