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Senator George Mitchell receives award from charity bosses

American statesman George Mitchell has been honoured for his contribution to the peace process at a special ceremony in Belfast.  

Senator Mitchell, who brokered the Good Friday Agreement, was presented with the award for leadership and peacebuilding by Andrew McCracken chair of CO3, which represents charity leaders.


Please find below information on any current recruitment or Board opportunities available through CO3.

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1.The Canoe Association of Northern Ireland (CANI)  - Chief Officer

2. Orchardville - Chair

 

Ecclesiastical launches the Movement for Good awards – giving over €1million to charities this summer

Specialist insurer Ecclesiastical is giving away over €1million to eligible charities registered in the UK and Republic of Ireland with the launch of its Movement for Good awards.

Launching Tuesday, 23rd April, members of the public can nominate a cause close to their hearts for a potential £1,000 award.

500 charities will each receive £1,000 during the first phase of the campaign, with the nomination process running until Friday 17 May.

The American statesman who brokered the Good Friday Agreement will be feted at a special awards ceremony in Belfast on 14 May.  

Senator George Mitchell is to receive an Honorary Award for Leadership and Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland from CO3, the leadership organisation for the Third Sector.

The event, which is sponsored by Ecclesiastical Insurance will be held at the La Mon House Hotel from 6.15pm. It is open to all and tables are now available.

For the first time since ACEVO launched its annual Pay and Equalities Survey, CEOs were asked how many extra hours they typically worked per week. The survey found that CEOs work on average 10 additional hours each week, equivalent to almost one and a half days over the standard five. This means that this year, the average charity CEO will spend three months working for no pay.

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