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South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) is a group of victims/survivors from the community of South East Fermanagh, which was formed in 1999 as a result of identified needs amongst those who have been the innocent victims of terrorism in this part of Northern Ireland, together with their families.

Over the years, the Foundation has steadily grown whereby it now offers; counselling, befriending, benefits and welfare  advice services, multiple complementary therapy treatment options, advocacy and representation-based work and a yearly educational and social activity programme, for those physically and psychologically affected by the Troubles.

For News Releases and Press Statements please see our blog.

To become a member of SEFF please download our membership form and return it by post to SEFF, 1 Manderwood Park, 1 Nutfield Road, Lisnaskea BT72 0FP or by email to info@seff.org.uk. If you would like to set up a Direct Debit for Membership Fees or pay for activities you can do so by following this link.

Company No.: NI606566

Charity No.: NIC100538

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