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Deadline Extended for Charity Partner nominations for NI District for 22/23 session

Monday 20th June 2022

The Northern Ireland District is currently seeking nominations for a charity partner for the 22/23 session. Our charity partner can be supported by our Anchors, Juniors, Company and Senior sections over the session.  The deadline has been extended this week until Tuesday 26 July 2022

BB has a long legacy of partnering with Charities in NI. For the 22/23 session It has been agreed to partner with one Charity which all sections in BB will have the opportunity to learn about and support practically and financially.

Partnering with a charity is more than just raising some funds. Getting Involved is an important part of the BB Programme for all sections. Our children and young people get the opportunity to learn about and help those less fortunate – they also get to show the love of Jesus in a real practical way.

Are you concerned about the many areas of great need in our community  – the refugee crisis, cost of living crisis and ensuing food/fuel poverty, mental health crisis, and the environment to name some. 

Would you like the opportunity to make a difference? If so please take the time to nominate a charity for consideration. Those wishing to nominate a charity should first read the Charity Partnership Requirements below for guidance.

Please click here for the nomination form.  

Charity Partnership Requirements:  Read below or click here to download.

The Charity must be registered with CCNI & agree in writing that all monies raised will be clearly directed to the agreed beneficiaries.

>The Charity is accountable for all monies raised. Groups will send monies direct to the Charity and should receive a receipt.

> Where relevant the Charity will be given the opportunity to speak to BB Leaders in training sessions.

> Review meetings will take place regularly with BBNI staff as agreed.

> The charity should have significant appeal to BBNI members & leaders. Beneficiaries of the charity should include young people aged 4-18. The charity should not be in conflict with the Christian ethos of BB.

 > The Charity will work with the BBNI staff on PR, promotion of the charity partnership and provide digital assets for same.

 > The Charity should create two resource packs – one for under 11s and one for over 11s

> The Charity must be willing and available to visit BB groups to share about the work and impact of the charity, for photo calls for cheque presentations and other BBNI events as deemed necessary. 


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