Thank you to the Eglinton Church for the opportunity to attend the Retire Well event on Saturday 4th of June. It was a very well run and attended event and we hope those who expressed an interest in volunteering with CLARE will follow up.
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A big thank you to all our Community Champions who joined us for a night of celebration in the Lansdowne Hotel.
To celebrate volunteers week and say a big thank you to our amazing Community Champions CLARE will be hosting a celebration supper. If you currently volunteer with CLARE or are interested in becoming a volunteer please join us on Wednesday 8th of June 7pm in the Lansdowne Hotel. For directions visit the hotel’s own website
Health Minister Jim Wells today launched the ‘Creative Local Action Response & Engagement (CLARE Project) in Belfast. The project is a community led initiative that aims to build on the ability of local people to support vulnerable adults to live independently in caring and responsive communities. The Minister said: “This is a ground-breaking project – empowering individuals to shape and manage their care and support and at the same time drawing on skills from within local communities.” The CLARE Project is part funded through the Public Health Agency (PHA) and is the first project in Northern Ireland to receive investment from The Big Society Capital. CEO of Big Society Capital, […]
Although we did not win, we can take pride in the fact that we were shortlisted from the award. Congratulations to Autism NI who won the prize for Belfast Healthy City Awards 2014.