NIE Networks Charities Fund
Who are we?
Our staff and pensioners have been contributing to the NIE Networks Charities Fund’ for more than 20 years and during that time in excess of £20million (including annual support from the company) has been distributed to local charities.
The charities committee is made up of six employees and two pensioners and it meets quarterly to allocate funds. Donations to the fund are received directly via salaries or pensions and it currently has 940 members.
What do we do?
We aim to raise around £100,000 annually and donate this funding to local charities.
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Adam's Camp NI
The NIE Networks Charities Fund has donated £3,000.00 to Adam’s Camp Northern Ireland to assist with the purchase of therapy materials for use during residential therapy camps provided at Corrymeela in Ballycastle, Co Antrim.
Adam's Camp NI provides multi-disciplinary therapy for children on the autism spectrum delivered within a week long residential camp. Therapy programmes are goal centred to meet each child's specific developmental needs which are agreed between therapists and parents prior to the camp. Find out more about Adam's Camp.
Kids Kabin Playgroup Castlewellan
Kids Kabin Playgroup provides education/care to children aged between the ages of 3-5 years of age, including children with disabilities and additional needs. Our funding helped the playgroup purchase cups and trays for their healthy eating area.