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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

Community House, Citylink Business Park
6a Albert Street
Belfast
BT12 4HQ
United Kingdom

Opening Hours

09:00 - 17:00

The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland is a local, independent charitable foundation, connecting people who care with causes that matter.

We help communities in need, drive social change and change lives, through impactful grant-making, research, strategic partnerships and delivering innovative programmes. Supporting bespoke giving and providing philanthropic advice we are a trusted, secure means through which donors choose how, when and where to give and we provide a range of management and grant-making services for charitable funds. Visit our website at www.communityfoundationni.org 

Community Foundation for Northern Ireland's Content

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.
Aug 10 12:00pm
Opportunity

Tender Opportunity - Research Project “Understanding the needs of Travelling communities” - July 2018

Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

Purpose: To research and produce a report on how the Community Foundation can better support Travelling communities. This will in turn act as a basis to build and develop funding initiatives that will seek to improve the lives of Travelling communities.
Belfast
Aug 10 12:00pm
Opportunity
Tender

Tender Opportunity - Research Project “Understanding the needs of LGBT communities” - July 2018

Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

Purpose: To research and produce a report on how the Community Foundation can better support LGBT Communities. This will in turn act as a basis on which the Community Foundation can build and develop funding initiatives to improve lives of LGBT community.
Belfast
Aug 10 12:00pm
Opportunity
Tender

Tender Opportunity - Research Project, “Transforming Education in Northern Ireland” - July 2018

Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

Purpose: To conduct a meta analysis of existing research which investigates the structural and systemic factors influencing the quality of our education in Northern Ireland.
Belfast
Charity Champions in Action will support three charities in Belfast on 17 May 2018
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

In celebration of all that’s good about local generosity, the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland will host a crowdfunding evening for people interested in hearing more about the issues of suicide, human trafficking and LGBT in NI.
Philanthropy Fortnight 2018 will take place from 14-25 May at various venues.
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

With Northern Ireland being well known as one of the most charitable regions in the UK, Philanthropy Fortnight 2018 is set to celebrate our local generosity and desire to help others with a series of unique events held at venues across Northern Ireland.
Mental Health Issues leaving many communities at ‘breaking point’
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

As World Mental Health Day recently threw the spotlight on mental health issues across the globe, research carried out by the Community Foundation reveals that communities here are struggling to cope with a range of mental health issues.

Community Foundation announces North West floods funding
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland has announced an emergency appeal for communities in the aftermath of flooding in Derry~Londonderry this week.

Let’s Talk about Brexit - Community Foundation opens new Brexit Fund
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland has launched a ‘Brexit Dialogue Fund’ designed to help local community organisations listen, think, plan and lobby as they deal with approaching Brexit.

Tenders invited for photography and videography services for Space & Place
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

The Space & Place Programme is a Big Lottery Funded £15 million capital grants project that seeks to provide an opportunity for local communities to come together to identify a shared vision for their area and work together to deliver it.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

NI Charity Number

NI105105

Team

  • Betty McNally
  • Laura Darragh
  • Sara Houston
  • Claire Logan
  • Shauna Kelpie
  • Julianne Skillen
  • Orla Byrne-Black