Supporting those who need it most



These are uncertain times for everyone.

Here at Belfast Central Mission (BCM) we are acutely aware of the concerns that face all our staff, volunteers and service users, and of course the wider community, in light of the Corona Virus and Covid-19 outbreak.

As a service provider for younger and older people throughout your communities, we are doing all that we can to protect them and the vital services that we provide to vulnerable people across Northern Ireland.

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 depending on food and toy donations to ease the financial pressures that exist at this time of the year.

BCM’s Christmas Support Programme also gives hope and emotional support to those who struggle as they know there is somebody who cares.

Throughout 2019, BCM (Belfast Central Mission) is celebrating 130 years of community engagement, support and working with people all over Northern Ireland to improve their lives.

Families, residents and visitors to the Ards Peninsula will be in for a treat this August with the inaugural Copelands Summer Fete taking place in Donaghadee on the Bank Holiday Saturday, 24th August.

One of Northern Ireland’s oldest charities, Belfast Central Mission (BCM), is building ‘Copelands: Dementia, Nursing and Residential Care’ outside Millisle, which will provide practice-leading care for up to 60 residents and is due to open early 2020.