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BCPP Project Examples

Limavady Volunteer Centre (LVC) is a member of a bigger umbrella organisation Limavady Community Development Initiative (LCDI) which is located in the Limavady Neighbourhood Renewal Area. LVC manages a volunteer workforce of 70+ pathway volunteers who support all the LCDI projects and other voluntary groups.

Compass Advocacy Network (CAN) is a user led organisation supporting people with learning disabilities, Autism and mental health issues to be able to realise their potential in work, social and community activities – basically in every aspect of their lives.

Ashes to Gold is a mental health support Organisation and works within the local community across the Causeway Coast and Glens district.  Part of their work incorporates GROW which is a garden and natural therapy site delivering programmes and activities to local groups.  These groups include and engage people with a brai

The Churches Trust based on Spencer road in the heart of Derry/Londonderry was founded by the leaders of the four mainstream Churches over 30 years ago. The Church leaders recognised the level of deprivation in the area and the need for a united response to provide much needed services.

The best therapy life has to offer!

Cycul is a social enterprise organising social cycle events that encourage participation through grass roots engagement. They work with a number of organisations delivering social cycling events providing a safe neutral environment for all ages, genders and backgrounds.

Breaking down barriers

Crisis Café is a mental health service for young people aged 12-18 years providing support on all aspects of emotional and mental wellbeing. It is a youth led service with over 200 ambassadors managed and guided by practitioners with skills in mental health and participation.

Building connections and sharing learning

Waterside Women’s Centre delivers educational and support programmes for women and families from the local communities and provides information on a range of issues with a signposting or referral on system for those who require specialist support.

Developing understanding...taking action

Cornabracken Afterschool Community Interest Company (CIC) is based in Omagh and provides integrated and affordable childcare in an environment that assists and enriches the children’s development, education, life opportunities and enjoyment.

Time to talk, listen and learn

Autism Support Kilkeel (ASK) raises awareness of autism and provides support and life enhancing services for people living with or awaiting Autism diagnosis and their families/carers in Newry & Mourne area. They assist members to achieve their maximum potential for  social inclusion and access to employment and other facilities.

Connecting with the community

Mind Your Mate and Yourself (MYMY) was set up in 2008 by bereaved family members and volunteers as a direct consequence of the increased suicides within Newcastle and District area. The organisation supports individuals who are suicidal, in distress or self-harming by providing advice, information and appropriate services.