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Support Amongst Third Sector Leaders for Charity Shop Rating Proposals

Proposals to make charity shops in Northern Ireland pay rates at 10 percent are supported by a significant number of third sector leaders, as long as the revenue raised goes directly towards developing entrepreneurship in the sector, a study reveals.

Cue the Drumroll...the CO3 Leadership Awards 2017 Shortlist is Announced!

We would like to congratulate all of the following who have been shortlisted for our CO3 Leadership Awards 2017.

The Awards will be presented at our glittering Gala Dinner at La Mon Hotel & Country Club on Thursday 23 February 2017.

For further information on the Leadership Awards and to book tickets please click here.

CO3’s response to  Consultation on Proposals for the Provision of Strategic Su

CO3 welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation.  However, before we provide our specific comments, it is important to declare a conflict of interest.  CO3 is currently funded under the current Regional Infrastructure Programme (RISP).  We receive £30,000 a year as part of the NICVA led consortium funded under the Generic strand. It is our intention to submit a collaborative bid under the new programme of support when issued.

CO3 Holds AGM with Panel Discussion on Third Sector Foresight

CO3’s AGM was held on 19 October 2016.  The event was an opportunity to mark CO3’s achievements over the past year as well as to say thank you to two CO3 Board members, Cameron Watt and Jenny Irvine, whose tenure on the Board came to a close at the AGM.

CO3 Holds Roundtable with the Finance Minister

CO3 hosted a roundtable discussion under the theme of Brexit and the implications for the Third Sector with Finance Minister, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir.

Held on 6 October 2016 and attended by a group of CO3 members, the event was hosted by Youth Action NI and chaired by Nora Smith, Chief Officer of CO3.

Thank you to the Minister for investing your time to listen to the views and perspectives of CO3 members.

Issues discussed included: