Cruse Bereavement

Cruse was first established in Northern Ireland in 1984. Currently there are seven areas located throughout Northern Ireland in addition to a Charity Shop in Newtownards. There are over 400 volunteers and each year they conduct over 8,000 support sessions in Northern Ireland alone.

Foyle Hospice

Foyle Hospice provides ongoing palliative care services for patients with cancer and other life limiting illnesses while supporting their families and loved ones in the North West of Northern Ireland. Our commitment is to improve the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.

Hope 365

Based in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland, Hope365 is an organisation that seeks to reach out to street kids and other vulnerable children in Ethiopia. Our aim is to help the children at their point of need, regardless of ethnicity, faith or culture, and support them 365 days a year. Our work is motivated by the radical life and teachings of Jesus.

Lilac Cancer

LiLAC is a local cancer charity established in 2003, committed to ensuring that people affected by cancer in the Mid Ulster area have access to high quality cancer support services.

Hope and a future

Hope and a Future is a Northern Ireland registered charity which was founded in 2007 in response to seeing first-hand the impoverished lives of many thousands of children in the town of Shashemene, Ethiopia. With many children simply too poor to go to school, and others with mental or physical disabilities languishing in damp, squalid, mud homes, we simply felt we had to do something. As followers of Christ we don’t believe Jesus would just have ignored these children and so we’ve embarked on working with local Ethiopians to help them.

One mission society

OMS is a global mission working in over fifty countries on six continents. Through prayer and action we seek to fulfil the Great Commission in some of the most challenging areas of the world.

Neurodiversity UK

Supporting Mental Health Conditions | Learning Difficulties | Neurodevelopmental Disorders in both Adults and Children

We formed as Comber Autism Support Group set up late 2013 with the purpose to support and assist children, adolecents and adults whom are affected in any way by Autism. 

Since then we have evolved to aim to support all areas within mental health and learning difficulties. We want to support anyone who is even merely affected by any condition that falls in the categories stated above.

Saint Vincent de Paul

Saint Vincent de Pauls goal is to fight poverty in all its forms through the practical assistance to people in need.

They offer direct, personal assistance that is non-judgemental and based on the need of the individual or family.

In addition they provide a wide range of services for vulnerable people through their local offices, shops, resource centres, housing, daycare and holiday schemes amongst other things.

Vision of good hope charity

Vision of good hope own and maintain House of Hope orphanage, providing a home and education for vulnerable children. Also providing further education programme to enable children to make a change and further themselves in future. We also provide food and fuel for vulnerable for families in Glenoye village.