Featured Members

NICVA is a membership organisation which seeks to represent voluntary and community organisations throughout Northern Ireland. We regularly feature our members to highlight their work and the impact they make on their beneficiaries and society. To find out more about NICVA members or becoming a member, visit our Membership page.

Featured Member - Volunteer Now

4 Jun 2014Shauna O'Neill MembershipFeatured Members, Members

Volunteer Now is the lead organisation for the promotion, development and support of volunteering across Northern Ireland. Their vision is ‘individuals connecting with others and their community to build a better society’.

Featured Member - Charis Integrated Cancer Care

30 Apr 2014Shauna O'Neill MembershipFeatured Members, Members

Charis Integrated Cancer Care was formed in 2008 when its founder member Valerie Beattie brought together 11 Trustees to share their thoughts and perspectives on cancer and how they could contribute to helping cancer clients.

Featured Member - Arthritis Care NI

14 Feb 2014Shauna O'Neill MembershipFeatured Members, Members

Arthritis Care is the UK’s largest charity working with and for all people who have arthritis.

Featured Member - Guide Dogs NI

7 Jan 2014Shauna O'Neill MembershipFeatured Members, Members

If you want to be able to live a full life and contribute to your community, you need to be able to get out and about.

Featured Member - Ocean Youth Trust Ireland

3 Dec 2013Shauna O'Neill MembershipFeatured Members, Members

Ocean Youth Trust Ireland is a charity dedicated to giving young people from all walks of life a chance to experience sail training.

Featured Member - The Woodland Trust

29 Oct 2013Elizabeth Hendron MembershipFeatured Members, Members

Established in 1972, the Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. We care for 1,200 woods and have planted nearly 22 million trees across the UK.

DU Dance

10 Sep 2013Elizabeth Hendron Featured Members

DU Dance (NI) is a professional dance development company based in Belfast and working across the island of Ireland, the UK and internationally. 

Shedload of spare time to help older people?

1 Jul 2013Roisin Kelly Featured Members

Men’s Sheds are a place for men to meet and discuss issues, share skills and explore new interests, with the aim of promoting their own health and development and putting something back into the community.

Ashton Centre launches FabLab: making (almost) anything

23 May 2013Stephen Gray Featured Members

The first FabLabs in Ireland were officially launched on 22 May at the Ashton Centre in Belfast. FabLabs are community based workshops that give people access to the latest digital fabrication technologies.