If you've missed the deadline – you need to act now!
If you know of any voluntary organisations in your community which wouldn’t necessarily identify themselves as a charity then perhaps you could help them understand by asking them if they’ve heard about these new rules and direct them to this information.
How can public services be more innovative? What can we learn from other creative industries about designing better public policy? Our conference will attempt to answer these questions. New research on innovation in public procurement will be launched at this event.
Book your ticket for a special charity première of Cinderella introduced by Kenneth Branagh
NICVA President, Kenneth Branagh will bring his new film Disney’s Cinderella to Belfast audiences for a Special Charity Premiere. The screening will benefit both NICVA and Into Film, a film education charity. The Premiere takes place on Sunday, 22 March at Movie House Cinemas, Dublin Road, Belfast.
NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment has launched research on the NI Supporting People Programme
NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment (CEE) has launched a research report on The Financial Benefits of the Supporting People Programme in Northern Ireland. The report estimates the costs that would be incurred if the Supporting People programme were to cease.
NICVA Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action is registered as a company limited by guarantee in Northern Ireland No. NI001792
NICVA 61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT15 2GB | Registered Charity Number NIC100012
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