Supporting those who need it most

One of Northern Ireland’s oldest charities....

  • Fundraising update 28/06/2016

    A big thank you to our wonderful staff, who organise a variety of fundraising activities and so eagerly devote their time to raise funds for their projects.

  • Andy Pollak's Belfast to Dublin walk 17/06/2016

    Andy Pollak, Journalist, researcher, editor and expert on North-South cooperation in Ireland, will be walking from Belfast to Dublin in the first fortnight of July along paths and back roads and ta

  • Youth and Philantropy Initiative 18/05/2016

    We would like to say thank you to a wonderful team of girls from Bloomfield Collegiate School in Belfast for making a lovely presentation about BCM at the Youth and Philantropy Initiative Final, wh

  • Fundraising Cookbooks- Kirk House Residents' Favourite Recipes 18/05/2016

    Kirk House residents and their relatives have recently created a unique fundraising cookbook, containing residents' favourite recipes.

  • BCM's 'Famous Five' 05/05/2016

    Congratulations to our 'Famous Five'- Leona Larkham, Ruth Quaile, Charlotte Turner, Nora Donnelly and Laura McGeehan- who completed the Belfast City Marathon Relay for BCM on Monday 2nd May, raisin

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One of Northern Ireland’s oldest charities....

One of Northern Ireland’s oldest charities....

Supporting those who need it most

Founded in 1889 as part of the Methodist church’s response to problems inherent in inner-city life, BCM is involved with all sectors of the community, irrespective of religious, ethnic or political affiliation. Our aim is to support those most in need in our society and enable them to reach their full potential. We do this through our diverse social care projects, community support and our two congregations.