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ROC’s main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships between statutory agencies, voluntary groups and churches. These partnerships form new volunteer-led projects that address a variety of social needs.

We have over 220 active partnership projects, and many more at the planning and enquiry stage, meeting a variety of social needs. Could our model help you to reach your community?

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LATEST NEWS

ACTION GROUP UPDATE – ELLESMERE PORT

A multi-agency action group forms after a ROC Conversation. People who attend a ROC Conversation event are given the opportunity to join. Sometimes the action group forms sub groups to address particular issues like; communication, mental health, youth empowerment and loneliness. This year we have already formed new groups in Enniskillen, Ballybeen, Holme Slack, Avenham, … Continue reading ACTION GROUP UPDATE – ELLESMERE PORT

READING ROC CONVERSATION

Over 225 guests joined up for the online Reading ROC Conversation on April 28th, 2021. Cllr Rachel Eden, Deputy Mayor of Reading welcomed us to the Conversation. As part of her speech she congratulated the youth arts competition winners; Lily MacArthur, Isabella Tulloch and Rosie Richardson. Their winning art work was displayed during the meeting. … Continue reading READING ROC CONVERSATION

Ballysillan Baby Bank

Having known Keeva Watson, the ROC Northern Ireland Regional Development Manager, for many years and her involvement in ROC, I wanted to partner with them in the area of North Belfast where I am serving as a Methodist Minister. So in September 2019, a ROC Conversation was held in a local primary school where 63 … Continue reading Ballysillan Baby Bank