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Alternative Angles
Alternative Angles is an emerging Social Enterprise that provides support to people with learning disabilities to experience and develop new skills and build confidence in order for them to enhance their individual employment opportunities and thereby fulfill their potential.
Greenwich Leisure Ltd - Better Belfast
GLL operates all leisure centres in Belfast under the Better brand. We’re a charitable social enterprise, which means we work for the benefit of everyone: the public, the communities we work in, the environment, our staff and our partners.
Midtown Makers
Midtown Makers Studio and Shop home of the Ballymena Bear offers a bespoke range of art and craft, ideal for special Christmas gifts. Specially selected products are made from a diverse range of materials including wood, wire, stone, fabric, wool, ceramic, paint, paper with each creator promoting their own design and innovative creation.
East Belfast Mission
re:store is a social economy project of East Belfast Mission and is the name given to our chain of 9 charity shops that includes a Vintage shop with a bridal department.
Loaf Catering & Cafes
Loaf Catering & Cafes is a social enterprise consisting of two cafes and an outside catering business.
Omagh Enterprise Company Ltd
Omagh Enterprise Company’s aim is to promote enterprise and support start-up, growth and social economy businesses in the area. The company’s vision is to be a world-class local enterprise agency for the entrepreneurs and small businesses of the region.
Far and Wild CiC
Far and Wild is a leading adventure company which is also a Community Interest Company. All our profits are re-invested in our twin social aims of developing people and sustaining the environment. Based in the North West, our tours take place predominantly in counties Derry, Donegal, Fermanagh, Tyrone and Antrim (North Coast)
Madlug
Madlug was founded in 2015 by Dave Linton. This 40-something Youth Worker was heartbroken to learn that most children in care transport their worldly belongings in a bin bag. In that moment, Dave set out to do something about it. With just £480, he started Madlug and came up with our ‘one for one’ approach: with every bag you purchase, one will be given to a child in care.
Orchardville Society
We support over 250 people with a learning disability each year in the Belfast area

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