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  • Celebrating Enagh Youth as Champions for Positive Change

    The people of Strathfoyle were celebrating recently when they opened their new community centre, with funding from the Housing Executive.

  • Community Conference encourages groups to #MakeAnImpact

    Over 200 community groups from across Northern Ireland gathered for the annual Housing Community Network Community Conference.

  • International Day of Rural Women

    Nearly 100 people from across Northern Ireland gathered in Omagh on Monday to recognise how rural women have made a difference in their community.

  • Housing Executive helps young women to portray life through the lens

    Young women from across Belfast are documenting the story of the LGBTQ+ plus community through the camera lens.

  • Engage, Enable, Empower

    Mid and East Antrim Local Area Networks launchThe Housing Executive, working alongside Mid & East Antrim Borough Council, has officially launched the Local Area Network Programme for Ballymena, Carrickfergus and Larne – an EU funded cross-border initiative designed to support peace and reconciliation.

  • Enabling young people to become more confident

    A local company has been working with young people in the City thanks to Community Safety funding from the Housing Executive.  4R’s Recycling secured the funding to tackle difficult issues such as addiction, personal and generational matters, initiating better awareness and making a difference for the whole community.

  • Strathroy young people put community safety first

    Strathroy Community Association recently held a celebration event for young people who had taken part in a community safety programme funded by us.. 

  • Youth project tackles anti-social behaviour

    A youth project across the Mid & East Antrim borough has been providing young people at risk with a structured programme of activity at key times when anti-social behaviour is more likely to occur, such as evenings and school holidays.

  • Community Safety funding creates a positive impact in Ballymacash

    Our funding is helping to reduce anti-social activity in the Ballymacash area of Lisburn.

  • Mid Ulster community projects showcased

    Community groups across the Mid Ulster area came together to learn and share best practice at our Community Networking Event in the Killymoon Golf Club, Cookstown.

  • Homing in on Moneyslane

    People in need of a home are being encouraged to register their interest in living in social or affordable housing in Moneyslane by contacting our Rural and Regeneration Unit. 

  • Coleraine 50+ Forum Information Day

    Coleraine 50+ Forum held a successful information event last week, with many other community groups coming together to build relationships and see what there is on offer for people over 50. 

  • Belfast homeless street count 2018 completed

    The annual street count carried out by the Housing Executive, along with other statutory agencies and homeless organisations

  • Housing Executive helps Belfast Youth with Fantastic Opp-paw-tunity

    A dog walking and grooming social enterprise is making a real difference to the lives of young people in Belfast, thanks to help from the Housing Executive.

  • Derrytresk puts residents’ health first

    Derrytresk Community Group used funding from our Community Grant Scheme to run a First Aid Course over two days in the local community centre.

  • Our new Community Involvement Strategy

    Our Community Involvement Strategy 2018-2023, launched in the Crumlin Road Gaol earlier this week, sets out how community representatives across NI can #GetInvolved in shaping our services.  

  • Social Enterprise NI Awards 2018

    We were proud to take home the Stakeholder of the Year award on Friday night at #SocEntNIAwards18 for our Social Housing Enterprise programme. 

  • Over £50,000 spent on Cuan Place

    Cuan Place, a community hub on the Scrabo estate in Newtownards, has undergone a major renovation thanks to our support and funding from the Social Investment Fund, under the Delivering Social Change framework.

  • Rosemount Neighbours keeping in touch

    The local saying ‘up a tree in Rosemount’ locally means avoiding trouble or running away.  Not so anymore, as Rosemount Resource Centre and the Housing Executive are helping residents from the Rosemount area talk about their past and process events in a positive, supportive environment.

  • Clady and Urney Handicrafts Display

    Clady Cross Community Development Association was delighted by the attention their hand made creations drew when they hosted an arts and crafts display last Saturday, funded by the Housing Executive.

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