Enabling people of all ages and stages of life to develop and realise their true potential; value the natural world; and at the same time create a sustainable future for three independent charities . This will be done through the development and delivery of a range of new and innovative services, approaches and therapeutic interventions. This project is about an holistic approach to service delivery and their long term sustainability. It is also about the creation of a landmark sustainable building and providing access to the countryside for the benefit of people from all parts of society.
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Registered Charity in Northern Ireland (NIC101848)
We need ¬£6 million pounds to develop new and innovative approaches to educational, therapeutic intervention, personal development and environmental work. This will provide services to over 230,000 people in year one (2010) and more beyond this. Over 80,000 people will visit the centre and site, 7,000 will avail of the education programmes and over 3,000 disadvantaged young people will benefit each year By bringing together three regional diverse organisations at different stages of development; an environmental conservation charity (Ulster Wildlife Trusts), a substance misuse and awareness charity (ASCERT): a personal development and therapeutic intervention charity (Success Foundation Northern Ireland) we will support and work with each other and develop new and unique response to societal issues where the "whole " will provide much more than the sum of the parts. This project will set new standards and apporaches to development within the voluntary sector, located in a fully sustainable carbon neutral building . It will have state of the art training facilites and rooms for hire, to bring in an income and thus make the combined ventre more financially sustainable.
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