Value the Person™ Charity is an international charity operating primarily in Ireland, UK, Albania and Rwanda, offering a range of tailored products and approaches to facilitate its aims of creating a different type of workplace where people experience being valued and helping leaders to apply the keys to excellent performance through encouraging, supporting and involving people, including:-
The charity does not seek donations from others but, instead, provides its own finance from the work undertaken in other Value the Person™ companies.
The charity is a not-for-profit organisation charity, that is, it is registered with both Companies House and the Charity Commission.
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To find out more about the Value the Person charity, contact Value the Person Co-founder and Chairman, Jim Cowan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOS Bus NI
SOS BUS NI is a not-for-profit organisation and a charity registered in Northern Ireland. The bus itself is a 60ft ‘bendy bus’ that is equipped with a functioning medical centre which is staffed by fully trained paramedics. The bus also has state of the art audio visual equipment including a 50in plasma screen television complete with a video games console and IT access.
Since November 2007 the bus has been used in Belfast City Centre as a means of support for people who have become distressed through over indulgence of either alcohol or drugs or who feel threatened or isolated after becoming separated from their friends. Our dedicated teams of volunteers reach out to those in need and bring them to the bus where they receive tea and biscuits, medical attention if required and safe transportation home. SOS BUS NI also operates at the Waterfront Hall during the summer, mentoring over 300 young people that gather there on a Saturday afternoon. The project has been a huge success and has drawn praise from the Police Service of Northern Ireland, local politicians and the media. Since November 2007 we have had over 45,000 interactions with the general public and our paramedics and volunteers have assessed over five hundred people who have come to the bus with a variety of injuries and emotional issues.
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