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  • Superman helps BCM & SVP launch the 2017 Giving Tree 16/11/2017

    Yesterday (15 November 2017) saw the launch of the 18th year of the ‘Giving Tree’, a cross-community initiative run by Belfast Central Mission (BCM) and the

  • Christmas Support Programme 2017 30/10/2017

    Since BCM was founded in 1889 the Christmas programme has continued to be a significant event each year. In spite of the passing of time the programme is still very much needed with people

  • The Age Friendly Innovation Event 19/10/2017

    Kirk House Care Home and Ulster University’s Northern Ireland Connected Health Innovation Centre (NI-CHIC) have been working together to explore Age Friendly Innovation as part of an Invest

  • Kirk House team awarded the Independent Health Care Team Award 09/10/2017

    Congratulations to the whole team at Kirk House who won the Independent Health Care Team Award and to Andrea, Kirk House Manager who came 2nd in Leadership Award. 
     

  • Four Activities That Can Help Fight Dementia- written by Jane Sandwood 02/10/2017

    Dementia is one of the leading conditions in the elderly, affecting one in six people in the UK who are over the age of 80.

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

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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.