NICVA's Information team provide up to date information on issues relating to and affecting the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland.
Our Member Bulletin is sent out each month to all our members to let them know what we are doing and to highlight research and events. If you are a member and not receiving the bulletin, get in touch or click here to find out more about becoming a member.
Assembly Insider is a weekly email bulletin providing information on the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly and in particular the issues which are of interest to the voluntary and community sector. Sign up here.
Our weekly email bulletin delivers the latest voluntary and community sector vacancies direct to your inbox every Thursday. Sign up now.
CommunityNI is a website for promoting the work and sharing the information of the voluntary and community sector, as well as for those who have products or services to offer the sector. You can sign up for a free account to create content and contribute news, jobs, events and opportunities on behalf of your organisation.
GrantTracker is Northern Ireland's leading funding website dedicated to finding grants, and helping fundraisers follow schemes and manage their applications. NICVA hosts the site and keeps it up to date with the latest funding opportunities. You can subscribe to GrantTracker from as little as £10.
We have a range of Twitter channels to help keep you up to up to date with the latest NICVA news, sector news, funding information, policy, economic analysis, research and ICT information. You can also like us on Facebook.
Press & Media
If you are a member of the press, and are looking to speak to us or someone within the sector on a certain issue, then contact Shauna O'Neill on 028 9087 7777 and we can help put you in touch with the right person.
This session on sharing impact was delivered by Jane Turnball as part of the CFNI Accelerator Programme funded by The Department for Communities. The resources and recording from the online session are included.
Charities are encouraged to take up two free services from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to help protect their websites and email servers from cyber attacks.
NICVA’s online platform, CommunityNI is launching two new features to help widen access to services and better meet the needs of communities.
This webinar on Digital Fundraising was part of the CFNI Accelerator programme and delivered by professional fundraisers: Nadine Campbell, Matthew Allen and Rosie Forsythe.
Camilla Long from Bespoke Communications delivered a session on Using LinkedIn to connect on 11 February as part of the CFNI Accelerator Programme funded by The Department for Communities.
For the first time, NICVA held its AGM virtually with members joining us to hear how we have been supporting the sector and a special welcome address from Honorary President, Sir Kenneth Branagh.
Level 3 QUB politics students are keen to gain first hand experience in the voluntary and community sector. Would your organisation be interested in hosting some of them in January 2021?
Taking place from 19-25 October, Get Online Week 2020 is a celebration of digital inclusion that inspires people to do more online and helps them learn how.
Applications are sought for a new chair of the Northern Ireland Committee, who will also sit as a member of The National Lottery Community Fund Board
Since going live the ‘StopCOVID NI’ app has had over 250,000 downloads and NICVA is now urging those who already have the app to share it with family and friends.
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Share your COVID-19 support service information
Organisations providing support to people and communities during the COVID-19 emergency can share their service information