Television Appeals

The Community Life programme is broadcast four times a year on BBC Northern Ireland television. It profiles the work and support needs of a featured charity and also includes news about developments within the community and voluntary sectors.
  • Molly and Mia Foundation

    Watch the BBC Northern Ireland Community Life television Appeal on behalf of The Molly and Mia Foundation. The programme also features Ulster Wildlife and Volunteer Now's befriending scheme.

  • North West Migrants Forum

    An appeal on behalf of North West Migrants Forum. The programme also features Disability Sports NI and the Samaritans.

  • The Community Foundation Northern Ireland

    Dan Gordon looks at the work of the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland, there's a report on animal assisted therapy in Antrim, and Head Injury Support in Newry make an Appeal for volunteers.

  • Sea Cadets and Libraries

    Vinny Hurrell tries his hand at rowing with the Sea Cadets in Carrickfergus and Armagh author, Stuart Neville, finds out about how our libraries have become thriving community hubs.

  • Parenting NI

    Watch the community life television Appeal on behalf of Parenting NI. The programme also features ‘Balanceability’, Autism NI's 'Learn to Cycle' programme, plus a bird’s eye view of a unique sculpture park near Lisburn.

  • Addiction NI

    Watch the community life television Appeal on behalf of Addiction NI. The programme also features a report on efforts to tackle food poverty and volunteering opportunities with Riding for the Disabled in Armagh.

  • North West Mountain Rescue Team

    The North West Mountain Rescue Team provides assistance to anyone in need in mountainous or remote environments. The programme also features the Lagan Dragons and The Prince's Trust.

  • Action Mental Health

    Action Mental Health works to enhance the quality of life and the employability of people with mental health needs or a learning disability in Northern Ireland.