Walk INN - 27 Holywood Road, Belfast BT4 3BA
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Tag: Financial Support

Benefit entitlement check

Belfast And Lisburn Community Project offers a free service which allows you to find out what benefits you may be entitled to and also estimates how much you could be getting. The calculator, which can be found HERE, gives you these details in the comfort of your own home. It’s free to use and can…
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Free Collection Of Clothes Books And More

Don’t throw away your unwanted items. If you can’t make it down to our charity shops to donate your things we can collect them from your home for free. Time saving for you, life saving for us. Call to book your home collection today by calling 028 9593 3232 We collect all sorts of items: Clothes,…
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Homeless children: One-year-old living in hostel

One-year-old Barry Flynn lives in a hostel with his dad. He has never had a home of his own. He is one of more than 2,000 homeless children living in temporary accommodation in Northern Ireland. “It’s hard, like getting blood out of a stone, trying to get those points and get housed.” Barry’s dad, also…
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Walk INN Charity Shop East Belfast

Belfast And Lisburn Community Project has officially open our brand new shop Called Walk INN on 27 Holywood Road in East Belfast. The shop, which stock good quality second-hand clothing, accessories, books, media and electronics. The shop, which sells clothing, bric-a-brac, modern paperbacks, toys, jewellery and more, is in 27 Holywood Road Belfast. After dipping…
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New Charity Shop Open In Belfast

We are opening our new Charity Shop at

27 Holywood Road
Belfast
BT4 3BA

on the 2nd of August 2019.
Come in and grab a bargain.

www.balcproject.org.uk

10,000 present as homeless in Northern Ireland in six months

Nearly 10,000 people presented as homeless. (Victoria Jones/PA) Almost 10,000 people presented as homeless between April and September last year, a new series of government statistics has revealed. From April to September 2018, 9,673 households presented as homeless in Northern Ireland. Of those 70% or 6,818 met the legal definition and were accepted as statutorily…
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About

We believe Anyone can become homeless, it damages individuals, affects families and communities, we believe in most cases homelessness can be prevented. We believe that with the right approach, funding, government support and community education that homelessness can end. We believe that prevention is the answer, sustainable housing stock, social property investment and a housing…
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Volunteer

How you can get involved Return signed Application Form by Email to: admin@balcproject.org.uk Belfast And Lisburn Community Project work with some of the most disadvantaged people in our community including homeless people, unemployed people, those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, families and vulnerable women If you enjoy spending time with people and have some…
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New Charity Shop Opening In Belfast!

Our new Walk INN – To Help The Homeless Charity Shop is opening soon in Belfast, Belfast And Lisburn Community Project will be proud to welcome you all with your support and your kind donation. Looking to bag a bargain, shop or declutter your life? You can do all three at our charity shops in…
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Number of children in absolute poverty across UK hits 3.7 million after increases of 200,000 in a year

The number of children living in absolute poverty across the UK has increased by 200,000 in a year, to a total of 3.7 million. New government data shows that while the rate of absolute child poverty had been gradually falling since 2012, it is now rising again. It will come as an embarrassment for ministers,…
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