Help us connect problems with solutions

Belfast City Council is working with government, our universities, and the third sector to support a coordinated contribution by the innovator community to solving local Covid-19 challenges.

We want to match the digital expertise, capacity and resources of innovators with emerging issues. And, where possible, we hope that this can be done on a pro bono basis.

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Support Being Offered

European Connected Health Alliance - Network

The European Connected Health Alliance has developed robust ecosystems in 40 + locations...

Volunteer Now - Volunteering

We provide support, guidance and training to organisations who involve volunteers and encourage...

CyNation - Discounted Cybersecurity Consultancy and Digital Risk Management Tools

We will offer targeted and practical security and digital resilience consultancies, as well as...

Support Needed

Brain Injury Matters - Remote support for clients and the organisations

Remote support for clients and the organisation as we move out of lockdown ,ensuring that the on...

Kith & Kin - Finance e-learning module

Kith and Kin would like to build an e-learning module to help local people manage their finances...

Fane Street - Online access for vulnerable families

Fane Street families need your help to get online!

Activities - what’s already happening in Northern Ireland and elsewhere.

Department of Health NI - COVID-19 Symptom Checker App

The Department of Health Northern Ireland has launched a new Covid-19 NI information app.

COVID-19 SME Support Hub

Connected Places Catapult is supporting UK businesses by compiling some resources from themselves, UK...

QUB - Responding to COVID-19: Our approach

QUB working closely as a University community and in partnership with health and social care...

Volunteer Now Campaign #HelpEachOther

Northern Ireland Volunteer Portal for those wishing to give assistance during the COVID-19 outbreak.