Broadcast Appeals

Broadcast Appeals allow local charities to tell BBC audiences about their work, raise awareness and appeal for funds/volunteers. Appeals are broadcast on TV and radio.

New Website

New Website

A brand new Broadcast Appeals website will be launched early 2014. This site contains information about BBCNI's background and purpose, the BBCNI Story with downloadable archive footage, and information on Commissioning and Technology Operations.

Appeals

MS Society

MS Society

In Northern Ireland, the MS Society provides information, support and services for everyone affected by MS. Its work includes a Day Centre, information helpline, counselling, complementary therapies, physiotherapy and exercise classes.

Simon Community NI

Simon Community Northern Ireland

Simon Community NI is a local charity. It works to eradicate homelessness and also provides a range of services and support.

Special Educational Needs Advice Centre

Special Educational Needs Advice Centre (Senac)

The Special Educational Needs Advice Centre (Senac) was set up in 2003 by parents of children with learning difficulties.

Previous Appeals

Previous Appeals

Listen again to previous appeals

The Committee

The Committee

The Appeals Advisory Committee has been supporting the BBC's work with the charitable and voluntary sectors for over 80 years.


The Appeals Advisory Committee provides advice to BBC management on the allocation of Broadcast Appeal opportunities on local television and radio and a range of related issues.

BBC Communities

  • Donate Now


    Radio Ulster Appeal - MS Society

  • Community Noticeboard


    Lifeline Community Noticeboard

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