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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.

Company No.: NI606566

Charity No.: NIC100538

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16/05/2017 – Defence Committee’s Report is ambiguous and open to multiple interpretations

Regarding the following article. Kenny Donaldson, Spokesman for Innocent Victims United stated: “The Report is ambiguous to say the least, the languages used are open to multiple interpretations. IVU has a clear stance on terrorism and criminal violence – where there can be proven to be a premeditated intent to take human life (minus terrorists being … Continue reading 16/05/2017 – Defence Committee’s Report is ambiguous and open to multiple interpretations

Northern Ireland had its’ own Texas Church massacre

Innocent Victims United, an umbrella organisation for 23 groups with combined membership of over 11,500 victims and survivors (with members from across Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Great Britain and Mainland Europe) has issued a statement in which it expressed its’ solidarity with the victims of the Texas Church massacre – where 26 innocents perished at the … Continue reading Northern Ireland had its’ own Texas Church massacre

Enniskillen families and Lamberts won’t be forgotten

Kenny Donaldson, Director of Service for Lisnaskea-based South East Foundation which supports a number of the bereaved families and injured survivors of the Enniskillen Poppy Day bomb stated: “As we approach the 30th Anniversary of Enniskillen and wider Society refreshes its’ interest there is a need for particular understanding to be shown to those directly … Continue reading Enniskillen families and Lamberts won’t be forgotten

15/09/2017 – Totally inappropriate to leagalise RHC

Kenny Donaldson, Spokesman for Innocent Victims United stated: “As a group which represents innocent victims and survivors of terrorism and ‘other Troubles related criminal violence’ our first concern is with the innocents and their families whose lives were stolen and/or damaged as a result of the terrorist and criminal actions of the RHC”. “There are … Continue reading 15/09/2017 – Totally inappropriate to leagalise RHC

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