Life: N.I. (Link Two)

Life: N.I. (Link Two) provides Pregnancy Matters™ and Life Matters® services in the following areas:

The UK Parliament has voted to impose abortion on demand up to 28 weeks in Northern Ireland, unless the executive in Stormont reconvenes before 21 October 2019.

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The address of our Boutique Charity Shop is 183 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7EJ and we are open Monday to Saturday from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.


Our Staff:

Link Two Manager – Joanne Doak

I have been with Life: Northern Ireland for over 28 years.  We have recently restructured Life by introducing local hubs called ‘Links’, which ensures our services are accessible and relevant to our local area.

As the Link Two Manager, I am responsible for Life: Link Two’s activities and influence in Northern Ireland.  Thanks to this restructure, our team at Link Two are able to focus on the challenges that lie ahead for Northern Ireland with fresh eyes and renewed energy.

For more information about Life: Northern Ireland, please call me on 028 9043 8339 or email me at joannedoak@lifecharity.org.uk.

 

Pregnancy Matters™ Manager  – Julie Clark

I have been with Life: Northern Ireland for seventeen years.  As the Pregnancy Matters™ Manager, I am responsible for coordinating Life: N.I.’s emotional and practical care services.

This includes (but is not limited to) our housing service, which offers six one bed-room flats to homeless, pregnant, single women.  We also give support to families who move on from our hostel and to the wider community in the Greater Belfast area.

If you would like any further details about our Pregnancy Matters™ services, please contact me at julieclark@lifecharity.org.uk.

 

Life Matters® Officer – Aisling Dundee

As Life Matters® Officer, I give life-affirming presentations on pro-life themes to churches, schools, universities, youth groups, and more. I also work to promote Life’s services in Northern Ireland and manage local PR, media and campaigns.

I graduated with a degree in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh in 2012 before training as an English Language teacher. I taught English in Hungary for several years, before moving back home to work with refugees in West Belfast and later in Belfast Met. I started working for Life in September 2019, and am passionate about providing quality education with a pro-life message.

If you would like to book or learn more about our presentations or education services, please contact me at aislingdundee@lifecharity.org.uk.


Volunteer With Us:

We value any time you can give us, even if you can only volunteer for a couple of hours a week or month. There are many different opportunities to volunteer with Life: Northern Ireland, which enable us to tailor your experience to meet your particular interests and talents – whether that be in fundraising, public speaking, skilled listening, or retail. This, along with meeting new people and enhancing your C.V., will ensure that you have an enjoyable and rewarding volunteering experience. To volunteer or learn more, contact us at volunteering@lifecharity.org.uk.


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Life NI launches service for families of babies with life limiting conditions

Life Northern Ireland is proud to announce the launch of a new perinatal service to support families with babies diagnosed with life limiting conditions. The perinatal service is designed to complement NHS services, by offering specialised counselling and support to parents whose children have been diagnosed with conditions in the womb such as Anencephaly, Trisomy… Read more »

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Amnesty International Celebrate Abortion 

On 23rd May 2019, Amnesty International projected their ‘Now for Northern Ireland’ slogan onto buildings in Belfast, Dublin, Glasgow, and London in celebration of the Irish vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment one year ago.   The purpose of their latest publicity stunt was to pressurise Westminster into enacting direct rule on Northern Ireland by repealing our laws that protect and value children who are… Read more »

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We were not asked | they cannot speak Wear black or dark colours | Carry a mobile phone or other electric light | Strictly no banners, slogans or flyers

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Homeless Awareness Week Coffee Morning

Join us  in raising awarness of the care services available for homeless people in Northern Ireland at our coffee morning!  Tea and biscuits provided. This event is now over.  A big thank you to everyone who came out to support us!

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