|Name:||Impact Network NI|
|Address:||Unit 6/7 Arches House, 38-40 Main Street, Randalstown, Antrim, BT41 3AB|
|Primary Contact||Wendy Kerr|
|Clause(s):||Community engagement events, Health & wellbeing strategy for staff, Health and wellbeing initiatives, Skills development and educational attainment, Support for the VCSE sector|
|Priorities:||Children and young people, People from deprived areas, People who are considered to be disadvantaged in the labour market, People who have been / or at risk of becoming a victim of crime, People who need support with mental or physical wellbeing, Women from socially deprived areas|
Impact Network NI provides Community Development, Social Enterprise, Health and Wellbeing, Peace/Reconciliation and Good Relations support to communities.
Established in October 2002, Impact Network NI focuses on the needs of the community by determining and responding to the key issues impacting on the lives of local people. Impact Network has been established as a key community membership based organisation to drive forward better community relations, creating better citizens, providing community training and support around structured volunteering opportunities. There are over 320 registered member groups and a management committee of 8 Directors.
Over the last 21 years, the organisation has delivered over 1400 training and community events, they continually develop initiatives to increase community involvement and to progress projects. As a result, over 22,500 people have and are continuing to be empowered within a structure of community support.
Much of our work is community driven responses to identified local community needs, we regularly use the co-design/co-production model assisted by our voluntary Board of Directors reflecting community have been key to the steering the direction of our work.
Unit 6/7 Arches House, 38-40 Main Street, Randalstown, Antrim, BT41 3AB