Sharing Resources and Collaborative Working

It can sometimes be difficult to develop and deliver a successful Health & Wellbeing Programme alone.

There are many benefits to working collaboratively with other older people’s groups, networks or community groups in order to share ideas, resources and fundraising. 

The following guidelines and factsheets will help you to decide if collaborative working could work for your group.

Organisations who can help

Sport Northern Ireland
The lead agency for developing sport in Northern Ireland.
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Community Development and Health Network
Organisation championing community development approached to tackling health inequalities.
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Collaboration NI
Provides the voluntary and community sector with a wide range of resources in all aspects of collaborative working, from partnership through to merger.
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Age NI Advice:
0808 808 7575
Age NI Advice Line:
0808 808 7575

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