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We support and empower children and adults with disabilities throughout Northern Ireland. Delivering a range of services.
Community Advice Fermanagh helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice.
The Fermanagh Trust, is dedicated to creating a partnership of doners, nonprofit making organisations and the community, to find solutions to the pressing community needs.
Funded by and work in partnership with the Western Health and Social Care trust. We have provided support for people’s mental wellbeing for over 20 years in Fermanagh.
The Family Wellness Project is an early intervention project for children aged 5-12 who are experiencing emotional health & wellbeing difficulties, and their families.
Mencap was established in Northern Ireland in 1965 and each year we support thousands of people with a learning disability to live their lives the way they choose.
The Mummers Foundationexplore a wider understanding in to the ancient heritage of mumming and mask traditions.
Shopmobility Northern Ireland (SNI) is there to support Shopmobility schemes throughout the province and be a vehicle of support and development.
Ulster wildlife manage 18 nature reserves across Northern Ireland and work to ensure wildlife has a secure future. They protect rare and threatened species working at the heart of the community.
Volunteer Now is a regional to local organisation that will work to promote, enhance and support volunteering across
Northern Ireland. Volunteer Now is about building stronger communities, connecting with individuals and organisations
YouthAction Northern Ireland works with young people to support them as active and equal citizens whose voices are heard, respected and valued.
NOW Group is an award-winning social enterprise supporting people with learning difficulties and Autism into jobs with a future. Operating across Ireland we deliver a range of innovative programmes to enable our participants to gain the skills and confidence they need to play an active role in their local communities.