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Killicomaine pupils raise £400 for The Buddy Bear Trust

On Thursday 10th February 2011, a cheque for £400 was presented to the chairman of The Buddy Bear Trust. The pupils of Killicomaine Junior High School had raised the money last term by having a Christmas themed non-uniform day. Ba...

Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce Supports Buddy Bear Trust

Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce  selects the Buddy Bear Trust charity.     Mrs Phyllis Agnew (Tughans Solicitors) with Mr Campbell and Mr Danny Kennedy, MLA Minister       The Lord Mayor of Belfast looks on whi...

World Snooker Referee

GENEROUS GIFT FROM WORLD SNOOKER REFEREE TO BUDDY BEAR TRUST     Mrs Geraldine Donaghy, Buddy Bear Trust representative and volunteer from Blackrock with Mr Len Ganley and Miss Ildiko Veres, Principal. Mr Ganley refereed four World Snoo...

Buddy Bear Selected Nothern Ireland's Chamber of Commerce Charity

David Sterling, Edwin Poots, Alastair Campbell and Brendan Mc Conville pictured at the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce Presidents Banquet
Buddy Bear is pleased to announce that it has been selected as Northern Ireland's Chamber of Commerce Charity. This appointment allows Buddy Bear to promote the awareness of and necessity for conductive education to become part of Northern Ireland...

GAA Teams


ULSTER GAA TEAMS 2008 support Children with Cerebral Palsy at the Buddy Bear School, Dungannon


We wish all the Ulster GAA Teams, Captains, Managers, Trainers and Support Staff every success in the All Ireland GAA Football Tournament.

While there can only be one winner of Sam all twill have spent years of dedicated hard work, training and practice to achieve success.

All involved will be part of the GAA legends.

Zara and the children at the Buddy Bear School have to work as hard as any champion footballer to do even some of the things we take for granted.

Daniel attened the Buddy Bear School in Dungannon for 14 years. Daniel travelled from Newry each day to be taught using Conductive Education.

There was no overnight success story but hard work, determination, family support and expert guidance from his Principal.

We need your support to help keep the school open until we can convince Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness to implement the resolution of the Assembly of 19 February 2008 to support Conductive Education.


"A Life Time of Difference" Campaign Launched City Hall

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The Lord Mayor of Belfast Mrs Naomi Long, MLA, MP and  the US Deputy Consul Kevin Roland and Francis Martin President of the Chamber of Commerce launched the "Lifetime of Difference " campaign to raise awareness to the needs of children suffering from Cerebral Palsy.

Triangle of Hope

"We support the Buddy Bear Trust in educating children with cerebral palsy"   We we delighted at the historic news that all the leaders of the political  parties have agreed to establish a new Assembly to administer the affairs of the country. We ...


A smile from Ella is a big reward for Mum and Ildiko. Ella's confidence grows with every task. Success builds upon succes.   << Back to Our Children's Achievements

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Edendork Pipe Band fundraising

Edendork Pipe Band hope to raise funds for the band, the parish and the Buddy Bear Trust by a series of events and sales.