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Parenting NI first launched Parenting Week in Northern Ireland back in 1999. This year, Parenting Week falls on the 18th - 22nd of October with the theme ‘Reset and Reconnect’. 

Our first blog entry after the Summer break comes from Community Foundation Northern Ireland. Read below about how digital transformation in the third sector is long overdue. 

It could be argued that the Covid19 pandemic has done more for digital transformation in the voluntary sector than any capacity building programme or fund could ever have achieved. Zoom meetings and workshops are now standard procedure, like it or not. Necessity is the mother of invention as they say!

Volunteers’ Week takes place across the UK between the 1st – 7th June every year.  This year it is more important than ever to celebrate volunteering and to thank volunteers for what they have been doing.  This past year has challenged everyone in ways we couldn’t have even imagined 15 months ago.  Our communities have relied on volunteers to support people who are lonely, to deliver shopping and food to people who are unable to get out, to support the vaccination proces

I am very proud to be part of a sector that mobilizes, supports, inspires and advocates for those in society who find themselves in a position of vulnerability.  Our sector has been at the heart of the response through the Covid pandemic and has a key role to play as part of the recovery, yet for the sector to do its job, we must be supported and promoted, and at the centre of that is having the correct funding model in place. 

Hear from our Corporate Member, Chris O'Neill from Smith & Williamson Investment Management LLP talk about investment processes. 

Five ways your investment process can go wrong

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