CHRISTMAS AT THE BAKERY
On Sunday 22nd December, we are having a Christmas event at THE BAKERY, 52 Howard Street. Good coffee, tea and delicious cupcakes and sandwiches will be waiting for you.
THE BAKERY has donated all the takings of the whole day to Shelter NI.
Remember it and join us from 10am to 3.30pm to our Christmas party.
On Wednesday 20thNovember we held a “Rock Night for Shelter NI” at The Pavilion Bar, a fundraising event with four amazing rock bands. We raised £130.50 and all of us enjoyed the night.
Thanks to the Pavilion Bar who donated “The Boutique“, the room upstairs, for free, and donated us three vouchers (£10 each) for our raffle.
The bands were “THE LEFT BACKS”, “PART TIME PILOTS”, “CUBA 66” and “THE HARDCHARGERS”, who made a fantastic night with their great music.
On Friday 20th December, we are having a bag pack day in Asda Supermarket and we need some volunteers for helping us, if you want to join us, please get in touch with me in the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or in the phone of the office 02890247752.
Come on, it will be just one day, and you will have the chance to help lot of people.
On Wednesday 20th November, we are having a rock night fundraiser for raising money for our latest project, a self-help/ build-project where we hope to renovate vacant and derelict housing partnership with local communities. These projects will also generate work for employed and unemployed people; skilled tradesmen and apprentices and provide affordable housing for individuals and families in need.
Come join us on Monday 28th October from 8pm at Whites Tavern, 2-4 Winecellar Entry, Belfast for a night full of ‘Day of the dead’ delights. Doors open at 8. £3 entry goes to Shelter NI. Prize for most macabre costume!
Shelter NI requires events assistants to help us plan and market events supporting Shelter NI's mission of campaigning for better, more affordable housing and homelessness. The event assistant will represent Shelter NI to the public who will attend fundraising events
Work and pensions secretary, Iain Duncan Smith staged a climb-down on the so-called ‘bedroom tax’ by exempting foster parents, certain disabled people and Armed Forces families. Shelter NI welcomes these concessions and regard them as important relief for the three groups concerned
Shelter NI has serious concerns about the potential impact of the government's Welfare Reform Act and the controversial ‘bedroom tax’ provisions, we believe these to be myopic and a retrospectively unfair policy
Local band High Flying Words has chosen homeless people to be the beneficiary of funds raised from their single release ‘We Who Have No Flags’. Available on iTunes from 18th February, the High Flying Words will be donating all download profits to Shelter Northern Ireland