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NICHI – Health, Wellbeing and Funding Updates.

Please find below links to the current list of health, wellbeing and funding updates available on the Health Alliance website:

Have you just had a baby or keen to find out how you can eat well once you’ve given birth?

Have you just had a baby or keen to find out how you can eat well once you’ve given birth?

Click the link below to check out the new series of short videos from Public Health Dietitians giving you all of the advice you need to eat well as a new mum.


Ready to Help Guide

‘Ready to Help’ is a pocket guide available with a range of helpful support services across the Northern Trust, including training opportunities for Drugs & Alcohol, Mental Health & Suicide Prevention within your local area.
Launched in partnership by the Public Health Agency alongside our Northern Area Partners such as Aware, Extern, Start360 & Lifeline.
👉You can view and print the pocket guide by clicking this link:Ready-to-Help-Flyer.pdf (healthallianceni.com)

To request a batch please contact Amanda on 028 9447 8645 or amanda@impactnetworkni.org


Social Media Bootcamp for your community group webinar via zoom

Tue 26th March 7-9pm – Social Media Bootcamp for your community group webinar via zoom

From crafting compelling content to learning about effective engagement, this workshop will help promote your messages with success. Exploring Canva, Meta Business Suite and planning your content calendar for 2024

These workshops are open to all health alliance members and NICHI Model groups

To book your place of any of the above online workshops, please contact Anita reigister@cwsan.org or 075 4063 5862


Get vaccinated as whopping cough is on the rise

The Public Health Agency are urging pregnant women and the parents of young children to book an appointment for the pertussis vaccine to help protect their children after a significant rise in cases of whooping cough.

Find out more at Call to get vaccinated as whooping cough cases rise | HSC Public Health Agency (hscni.net)



Radcliffe Trust

The Radcliffe Trust

Funding News: Radcliffe Trust is offering grants averaging between £2,500 and £7,500 for charities, not-for-profit groups, and exempt organisations for Music, Heritage & Crafts projects.

The Radcliffe Trust supports the development and practice of the skills, knowledge and experience that underpin the UK’s heritage and crafts sector. This includes support for emerging craftspeople of high quality, craft and conservation projects and training, projects demonstrating creative outcomes by designer-makers, projects with potential for capacity building within the sector, and some special needs projects focusing on the therapeutic benefits of skills development.

The Trustees will consider making occasional grants in other areas of cultural creativity related to their concerns for heritage and crafts, including theatre, performance, and literature, especially where projects can be shown to contribute to the promotion and development of high-level skills among early career practitioners and disadvantaged groups



For further information, please go to the Health Alliance website.

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