Brethren Volunteer Service

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6 Projects

#113: Quaker Cottage
Belfast,  Northern Ireland
Quaker Cottage aims to provide a safe and caring environment to actively promote increased self-esteem, greater family understanding and cooperation, improved social and life skills, enhanced development, and mutual understanding and respect.

#224: Glebe House
Kilclief/Strangford,  Northern Ireland
Run by Harmony Community Trust, Glebe House is a residential center on a 16-acre wildlife area close to the Strangford Lough that delivers year-round community relations, social inclusion, and respite programs for people of all ages.

#613: L'Arche Belfast
Belfast,  Northern Ireland
BVS placements are available at some of the many L'Arche communities in Europe.

#617: incredABLE
Richhill,  Northern Ireland
incredABLE works with children and adults who have an intellectual disability or autism and promotes their inclusion as active members of society. We offer a wide range of projects and services to provide social, recreational, and educational opportunities for people of all ages with learning disabilities.

#621: Camphill Community Mourne Grange
Kilkeel,  Northern Ireland
Mourne Grange is a Camphill Community for adults with learning disabilities. We seek Volunteers with energy and enthusiasm who are willing to become part of and contribute to our community. Previous social care experience would be welcomed, but we also provide all the training required as well as ongoing support for volunteers.

#1179: Corrymeela Community
Ballycastle,  Northern Ireland
The Corrymeela Community is Northern Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation organization, working alongside people from youth and school groups, family and community organizations, faith communities, and political parties. We run group sessions using dialogue, experiential play, art, storytelling, meal-times, and shared community to help groups embrace difference and learn how to have difficult conversations.