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27Th Belfast Holy Family Scout Group Scouting Ireland

  • Recently registered information

  • This charity has been recently registered - it does not need to update its information until 10 months after its first financial period ends.

Charity no. 106010 Date registered. 25/09/2017

Public benefits

The direct benefit which flows from our purpose is that young people are empowered to make a positive contribution to society through being engaged and supported in their personal development, including physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually. This benefit is demonstrated through Scouting making a positive impact in our communities;

preparing young people to be active citizens; embracing and contributing to social change; being as diverse as the communities in which we operates. These are evidenced by feedback from our beneficiaries and the wider community. In addition, benefits are demonstrated by getting feedback from young people and parents, using the Plan, Do, Review Model for assessing programmes and events and from time to time independent evaluations of our activities. In providing these services there is no known harm flowing from the purpose of Scouting Ireland. The benefits of this purpose are provided to children, young people and volunteers without distinction of origin, race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or ability, in Northern Ireland. The private benefit flowing from this purpose is gained by a volunteer undertaking training and gaining transferable skills and staff members who are paid. These benefits are necessary to ensure the benefit is provided to our beneficiaries, the young people who are members.

What your organisation does

To achieve this Scouting Ireland supports an extensive variety of services to its Groups. Scouting Ireland supports the delivery of a wide range of programme opportunities that help the development of individual potential, encouraging community involvement and providing opportunities for young people to be listened to and have their say. Scouting

Ireland achieves its aim through a system of progressive self-education, known as the Scout Method, the principal elements of which are: a. Voluntary membership of a group which, guided by adults, is increasingly self-governing in its successive age groups. b. Commitment to a code of living as expressed in the Promise & Law, the meaning of which is expanded as the member grows towards maturity. c. The provision of a wide range of attractive, constructive and challenging activities, including opportunities for adventure and exploration both indoors and outdoors. d. The provision of opportunities for leadership and responsibility. e. Learning by doing. f. Encouragement of activity in small groups. g. An award scheme, which encourages participation in its full range of activities and provides recognition of individual and group achievements. h. Symbolic Framework.

The charity’s classifications

  • The advancement of education
  • The advancement of citizenship or community development

Who the charity helps

  • Adult training
  • Children (5-13 year olds)
  • Parents
  • Volunteers
  • Youth (14-25 year olds)

How the charity works

  • Education/training
  • Sport/recreation
  • Volunteer development
  • Youth development

Charitable purposes

The aim of Scouting Ireland is to encourage the physical, intellectual, character, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people so that they may achieve their full potential and as responsible citizens, to improve society.

Governing document

Constitution

Other name


  • 4 Trustees
  • N/A Employees
  • N/A Volunteers

Contact details

  • Tel: 07546117880

Public address

  • Mrs Siobhán Quinn, 24 Salisbury Avenue, Belfast, BT15 5DY

Trustee board

Trustee
Mrs Siobhan Marie Quinn
Mr John Mccall
Mr Shaun Gormley
Mrs Dawn Hopper

List of regions

  • In Northern Ireland
  • Belfast City Council