Belfast Central Mission

Belfast Central Mission

Grosvenor House
5 Glengall St
Belfast
BT12 5AD
United Kingdom

BCM is one of Northern Ireland's oldest charities. BCM is involved with all sectors of the community, irrespective of religious or political affiliation.

BCM seeks to meet the needs of the whole person; spiritual, emotional and physical, through its three congregations and wide range of community service projects and diverse social work programme.

Belfast Central Mission's Content

Job | Part Time

Support Worker - Nights-Residential- Young People

Belfast Central Mission

£11,798 per annum based on working 23 hours per week (BCM points 19-21)
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Kitchen Assistant

Belfast Central Mission

£7.70 per hour, if under 25 years old and £8.21 per hour, if over 25 years old
Belfast
Event
Conference Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Central Mission

Figures published in 2019 by the Department for Communities and NISRA reveal that there are more than eighteen thousand households registered as homeless across Northern Ireland. Having been successful in securing funding from the Housing Executive’s Homeless Prevention Fund, Belfast Central Mission (BCM) is holding a thought-leadership and information day on Thursday, 12th March, at its Grosvenor House headquarters on Glengall Street in Belfast city centre, to raise awareness and encourage conversation around the escalating issue of homelessness.
Dates:
12 March 2020
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice

Belfast Central Mission

BCM has four supported housing projects throughout Northern Ireland for young people who have been through the care system or homelessness. This coming March, BCM is hosting an event in partnership with the Housing Executive for relevant stakeholders, organisations, charities and associations to come together to help beat homelessness across NI.
Dates:
12 March 2020
Belfast
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Belfast Central Mission

BCM announces annual Christmas Eve street collection raised £5,000+
Launching the 2019 appeal are (from L-R) Garry McKeown, a volunteer member of SVP, Joanna McConway from DfC’s Voluntary and Community Sector Engagement Team, and Lois Payam, BCM’s Head of Residential Services.
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Belfast Central Mission

For the 20th year running, the Giving Tree Christmas programme between Belfast Central Mission, Saint Vincent de Paul and the Department for Communities (DfC), will provide parcels of toys and games for children across the whole of Northern Ireland.
Pictured collecting on Christmas Eve for BCM on the Lisburn Road are Brian Gordon, Hanna Hyland and Reverend Emily Hyland, all of Belfast South Methodist Church
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Belfast Central Mission

The annual BCM Christmas Eve street collection raised a grand total of £7,526.35 in 2018.
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Belfast Central Mission

Puddleducks City Centre Day Nursery is growing.

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Belfast Central Mission

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More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Lorna Henry
  • Dominic McGeown
  • Chris Pollock
  • Chris Pollock
  • Claire Irwin