It’s time to sharpen your pencils again for our annual art and writing competition. The theme this year is “Love in Action” so get creative and show us what inspires you – whether through a painting, drawing, sculpture, poem, or story.
Know that warm fuzzy feeling when you donate to us? Now you can multiply that by 33.3% because it’s tax time! If you donated to us between 1 April 2015 and 31 March 2016, you will receive an annual donations summary in the mail during April/May.
Social services provider Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN) has welcomed the Government’s plan to transform current structures and provision of services for the most vulnerable children and young people.
We are very pleased to announce that the domestic abuse charity, Shine, is to merge with Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN). From 1 July 2016 Shine will deliver services as part of PSN alongside Family Works and Enliven. The move will help us make a bigger difference for those affected by family violence.
Imagine not being able to feed your family properly. For some this is due to extreme financial circumstances. At the emergency Foodbank we see the impact of poverty every day.
Young families in some of the most deprived areas across our northern region are now flourishing with extra Family Works support alongside health care.
Cold damp environments, overcrowding, high and rising rents. These are some key areas impacting on children and families in our communities.
Many women on release from prison lack the basics that enable them to reconnect with family or community services. Practical help can make a big difference to their wellbeing.
Words can simply be too hard to say. For some children who are unable to express their concerns art and sand tray play therapy are the best way to vocalise their situations.
Our budgeting services are underfund. Many people in our communities are facing extremely difficult financial times.