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.
A new BBC Northern Ireland Corporate website will be launched early 2013. This site will contain information about BBCNI's background and purpose, it's management structure, the BBCNI Story with downloadable archive footage, and information on Commissioning and Technology Operations. It will also be home to a brand new Broadcast Appeals website.
Young Enterprise works with both primary and post-primary schools in Northern Ireland. Their programmes help young people develop skills such as teamwork, decision-making and budgeting. Young Enterprise also gives 15-19 year olds the opportunity to run their own business.
Autism Initiatives Northern Ireland was established in 2002. The charity provides residential housing, supported living, counselling and outreach services to children and adults with autism.
Belfast Lough Sailability gives adults and children with any form of disability the opportunity to take up water sports and learn the skill of sailing.
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.
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