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Become a Member

As a vibrant network across the North Down area, we keep all our members connected with each other and informed of up and coming events, training, funding opportunities etc.

Is your group or organisation a member yet? If not, you should become a member of NDCN – It’s FREE and easy!

Who Can Apply?

Any organisation that is active in North Down, is for public benefit and not for financial gain, whether voluntary, community or statutory, and who subscribes to the objectives of NDCN may apply for membership.

Benefits

There are many benefits to FREE Membership of the North Down Community Network (NDCN) including:

Help & advice on good practice

In relation to finance & committee management

Community Development

Including invitations to forums & networking events

Lobbying

And inclusion in policy consultations

Advocacy

Signposting

Support with strategic & action planning

Discounted Room Hire

Wheelchair Accessible, Free Parking, Kitchen & Presentation Equipment

Priority Information Dissemination

Via Community Radio & Social Media platforms

If you would like to join, use the download buttons below for more information membership benefits or to complete the application form and return to us.

Membership Application Form 2018

Membership Benefits 2018

Current NDCN Members:

Members are listed in alphabetical order. Click on an arrow to view the members listed under your chosen letter. Then, click the arrow again to close.

  • Abaana
  • Abbeyfield & Wesley
  • Action Deaf Youth
  • Action on Hearing Loss
  • Adventure Leadership Training Trust
  • Age NI
  • AGE North Down & Ards
  • Aimee’s Hope
  • Alzheimer’s Society
  • AMH New Horizons North Down & Ards
  • AR Counselling
  • Ards & North Down Borough Council
  • Ards & North Down Street Pastors
  • Aware Defeat Depression
  • Balloo Training Resource Centre
  • Ballycrochan Walkers
  • Bangor Alternatives
  • Bangor and North Down Samaritans
  • Bangor Carnegie Library
  • Bangor Community Church
  • Bangor Drama Club
  • Bangor Elim Church
  • Bangor Inter Church Community Initiative
  • Bangor NI Foodbank
  • Bangor SureStart
  • Bangor.PL Polish Association County Down
  • Beacon Project – NIAMH
  • Befrienders for Disability NI
  • Belfast Activity Centre
  • Belfast Music Society Ltd
  • Bloomfield Community Association
  • Bloomfield Women’s Group
  • Boom! Collective Studios and Gallery
  • Breezemount Community Association
  • Camara Education UK Ltd
  • Cancer Focus NI
  • Cara-Friend
  • Carnalea Methodist Church
  • Cause NI
  • Cedar
  • Christians Against Poverty
  • Churches Enabling Seniors
  • Citizens for Peace, Outside & Within
  • Clandeboye Primary School
  • Clandeboye Village Community Association
  • Community Change
  • Compassion at Bangor Parish Church
  • Compassionate Friends NI Branch
  • Conlig and District Community Development Group
  • Connections Service
  • County Down Rural Community Network
  • Crossroads Caring for Carers (NI) Ltd
  • Cruse Bereavement Care ND&A
  • Dementia NI
  • Disability Matters North Down & Ards
  • Embrace Comber
  • Employers for Childcare
  • Excel in Education Tutoring School Ltd
  • Extern Floating Support
  • Fibromyalgia Support North Down & Ards
  • For A Better Bangor
  • Foster Care Associates
  • Fresh Little Minds
  • Friends of Portavoe
  • Glenlola Collegiate School
  • Greenspaces Bangor
  • Groomsport Evergreens
  • Groomsport Parish Church
  • Groomsport Village Association
  • Growing Connections NI
  • Head Peace CIC
  • Helen’s Bay and Crawfordsburn Residents Association
  • Helen’s Bay Tennis Club
  • Holywood 55+ Club
  • Holywood Family Trust
  • Holywood Irish Society (Cumann Gaelach Ard Mhic Nasca)
  • Holywood Music Festival
  • Holywood Shared Town
  • Holywood Harmony
  • HomeStart North Down

Include Youth (Give and Take Scheme)
Invisible Traffick

  • Loaf Pottery, Crawfordsburn
  • Lymphoedema Support NI
  • Marie Curie
  • McClay Fold Residents Association
  • Moat Boxing Club
  • MS Society
  • NI Housing Executive
  • North Down & Ards Road Safety Committee
  • North Down & Ards Women’s Aid
  • North Down ACT (Active Communities Against Trafficking)
  • North Down and Ards Council of Trade Unions
  • North Down Citizens Advice Bureau
  • North Down Development Organisation Ltd
  • North Down Filipino Group
  • North Down Friendship Group
  • North Down YMCA
  • North Down Youth Forum
  • Northern Ireland Youth Forum
  • Open House Festival
  • People First
  • Playboard NI
  • Ploughshare
  • Positive Futures
  • Prince’s Trust
  • Rathgill Community Association
  • Redburn Youth Group
  • Rediscover You!
  • Rosie’s Trust
  • Rural Community Network
  • Russian Speaking Community NI
  • Salvation Army
  • Seacourt Print Workshop Ltd
  • Seahill Residents Association
  • SERC
  • Shopmobility Belfast
  • Simon Community NI
  • Somme Association
  • ‘Spanner in the Works’ Theatre Company
  • St Georges Singers
  • Storehouse (NI) – North Down
  • Stroke Association
  • Sync Space
  • Tai Chi NI
  • The Conservation Volunteers
  • The Orchardville Society
  • The Quarries Farm (GCCIC)
  • Training for Women Network
  • Uhub
  • Ulster Community Investment Trust
  • Victim Support
  • Volunteer Now
  • Ward Park & District Association
  • Web Theatre
  • Whitehill Community Association
  • Woodland Trust