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Belfast Central Mission
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Belfast Central Mission

What we do

Belfast Central Mission is an agency of the Methodist Church. We aim to meet the needs of the whole person, spiritual, emotional, social and physical irrespective of political or religious affiliation.

BCM works with people of all ages in communities throughout Northern Ireland through diverse social care projects, cross-community programme and two congregations.

Projects are aimed at improving the quality of life for older people by both practical and emotional means. Various services include Residential Accommodation, Housing Support, Community Services and Holiday breaks.

Disadvantaged children and young people benefit from BCM’s wide reaching support and guidance programmes. These include Housing Support and Supported Housing and Therapeutic Counselling.

We also have projects aimed at improving the quality of life for families, including Parent Support and Community Services such as our Christmas Programme which involves the distribution of thousands of Food and Toy parcels across the greater Belfast area.

Gifts in Wills

Leaving a donation to BCM could really help us to make a difference. Some of the areas your donation could help include; providing support and counselling for vulnerable young people leaving care, taking isolated older people on a short break or improving and developing services for the residents of Kirk House Residential Home.


Contact Us

Name: Lorna Henry
Telephone: 02890 241917
Email: lhenry@belfastcentralmission.org
Website: www.belfastcentralmission.org


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Registered Address: Belfast Central Mission, Grosvenor House, 5 Glengall Street, Belfast, BT12 5AD
Registered Charity Number: NIC101271

Christian Aid Ireland
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Christian Aid Ireland

What we do

Christian Aid Ireland is an international aid and development agency of the Protestant Churches of Great Britain and Ireland. We are determined to end poverty and injustice worldwide with the help of our supporters and partners. As part of the Christian Aid family, we work across 40 countries to support poor and marginalised people, whatever their beliefs, sexuality, gender or ethnicity, to lift themselves out of poverty.

As a Christian organisation, we believe every one of us deserves respect, care, and the opportunity to live a life of peace, dignity and worth. In a world with such wealth as ours, no one should go without food, shelter, security or any of the other basics we all need. Christian Aid Ireland works for and with people of all faiths and none, as well as with churches and other organisations, to promote sustainable development, strive for social justice and pursue our vision of a world without poverty. We do this by tackling both the causes and the symptoms of poverty so that everyone can achieve equality, dignity and freedom.

Gifts in Wills

A gift in your Will to Christian Aid is so much more than a sum of money.  Every gift for our work helps us to tackle the root causes of poverty as well as its effects. Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of dignity, freedom and hope, of power over their own lives. Our supporters know that their generosity helps people around the world not only to work their way out of poverty, but also to create a legacy of hope for their children and grandchildren.

Your Will can be a final expression of everything that matters to you in your life, reflecting your priorities and passions. Once loved ones have been provided for, a charitable legacy, even if just a small share of your estate, is a wonderful opportunity to provide hope and practical help to families and communities who live in poverty.  Your gift can change lives for generations to come.

If you would like to change the future, a gift in your Will to Christian Aid will be a statement that you want to give the gift of hope to others – today and tomorrow.

 

Contact us

Name: Mark McMahon

Telephone: 02890 648133

Email: belfast@christian-aid.org

Website: www.christianaid.ie/gifts-in-wills

 

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Linden House, Beechill Business Park, 96 Beechill Road, Belfast, BT8 7QN

NI registered charity no.: NIC101631  Company no.: NI059154

CMS Ireland
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CMS Ireland

What we do

CMSI is a Christian mission organisation that exists to help the Church change lives.

We make connections between churches in Ireland and our Global Partners in Africa and South Asia. Each of these partners is engaged in mission within their own context – offering hope, providing help, changing lives.

We support their vision and their work in areas such as community development, training, healthcare, education and discipleship.

CMSI also works alongside churches and individuals in Ireland, inspiring and equipping God’s people to play their part in His mission.

Gifts in Wills

Each year, CMSI receives valuable legacy support from individuals who have chosen to leave a final gift to the society. Including CMSI in your will is a simple, effective and very meaningful way to make a lasting difference.

By remembering CMSI in your will, you can help transform lives in some of the poorest and most challenging countries of the world; you can help the Church offer hope and healing in the midst of suffering and brokenness.


Contact Us

Name: Roger Cooke
Telephone: 028 9077 5020
Email: info@cmsireland.org
Website: www.cmsireland.org


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Registered Address: 33 Dargan Road, Belfast, BT3 9JU

Church Mission Society Ireland is recognised in the UK as a Charity by the Inland Revenue – Reference No. XN 48809.

Crown Jesus Ministries
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Crown Jesus Ministries

What we do

Crown Jesus Ministries is a christian charity that is committed to working alongside churches and others to train and lead people into a relationship with Jesus.

With a focus on evangelism, the organisation believes passionately in communicating the good news of Jesus in a real and relevant way and initiating people in to the kingdom of God through the local church.

From headquarters in Belfast as well as offices in the Republic of Ireland, staff reach tens of thousands of people each year from all walks of life.

The vision of Crown Jesus Ministries was birthed in three Bible college students back in 1999 who had a passion for evangelism across the island. Today a dedicated team serve out that vision ‘To see the people of Ireland crown Jesus Lord of their lives.’

Crown Jesus Ministries works in primary and post primary schools, churches and youth groups, reaching thousands of children and teenagers with a Gospel message.

They also run Hope, a Missions Centre in Monaghan which offers practical Christian love through a foodbank, soup lunch and prayer ministry, after school café for teenagers, and evangelistic events.

Gifts in Wills

By leaving a gift in your will you are contributing to the mission of God, providing funds that will help Crown Jesus Ministries to continue to share the gospel here in Ireland.

Your donation will help to sustain the work in schools, allowing the ministry to be Kingdom led and ensuring that constraints on school budgets don’t determine who hears or doesn’t hear the Gospel.

Contact Us

Name: Lisa Keys
Telephone: 028 9073 8338
Email: lisa@crownjesus.org
Website: www.crownjesus.org

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Registered address: 7 Calvin Street, Belfast BT5 4NS
Registered charity number: NIC103411

East Belfast Mission
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East Belfast Mission

What we do

At East Belfast Mission we are here to change lives and our doors are open to anyone in need.

Our work is based in the heart of East Belfast on the Newtownards Road. The four surrounding electoral wards, where our work primarily takes place, are all in the top 30 most deprived wards in N.Ireland.  In the area we are based 32-46% of people are totally economically inactive and two thirds live in rented accommodation. Qualifications are low and unemployment and lack of self-belief are rife. We aim to relieve these difficulties and transform and renew our community by offering a range of services to support those in our community who need our help.

Our projects  include our Hosford Homelessness services, our Employability project, our Irish Language project and of course our thriving church community which offers community groups, counselling and pastoral care to those who need it.

Gifts in Wills

At East Belfast Mission we are here to change lives and we rely on the generosity of people like you to allow our vital work in our east Belfast community to continue.  Why not choose to leave a life changing legacy by choosing to support East Belfast Mission in your Will?

Even a small gift or percentage of your estate will make a huge difference to our community in east Belfast by supporting our Hosford Homelessness services, our Employability project which helps people back to work, our Irish Language project to connect a divided community and of course our thriving church community which offers community groups, counselling and pastoral care to those who need it.

Your investment in our future will leave a legacy of hope for those who are most vulnerable – helping to create a future where east Belfast is a vibrant and thriving community.


Contact Us

Name: Lianne Mulholland
Telephone: 028 9045 8560
Email: fundraising@ebm.org.uk
Website: www.ebm.org.uk/support-us/leave-a-gift-in-your-will/


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Registered Address: East Belfast Mission, Skainos Centre, 239 Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 1AF
Registered Charity Number: CCNI 100744-0

OMF International (UK)
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OMF International (UK)

What we do

We serve the church and seek to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. Our work is as diverse as the places and people we work in and amongst. From church planting to missional business, student work to medical practice, we aim to present the gospel, in a culturally relevant way, through word and deed.

We believe God calls all UK Christians to be involved in some way in world mission. OMF International (UK) partners with UK churches and individuals who share these convictions and provides opportunities to place, pray for and support those sent into mission with a focus on the peoples of East Asia.

For over 150 years OMF International (UK) has helped UK churches send thousands of workers into purposeful cross-cultural ministry. If you are passionate about reaching East Asia’s people, join with OMF to pray for and support those sent into cross cultural mission.

Gifts in Wills

Every OMF International (UK) worker is given a budget of essential costs necessary to keep them in their ministry. The amount varies considerably from person to person, depending on their family circumstances and the country or ministry they’re involved in and can include:

  • Ministry Costs
  • Personal Living Costs
  • Support Costs

By leaving a legacy to OMF International (UK) you can help provide for the needs of the Fellowship.


Contact Us

Name: Darren Wall
Telephone: 01732 880 315
Email: uk.fcsdir@omfmail.com
Website: https://omf.org/uk/


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Registered Address: Station Approach, Borough Green, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 8BG
Registered Charity Number: England and Wales: 1123973, Scotland: SC039645
Company limited by guarantee England and Wales: 6451911

Tearfund
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Tearfund

What we do

Tearfund is a Christian international aid and development agency. We go where the need is greatest, working through local churches to unlock people’s potential and helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves.

Tearfund works in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America. Our work focuses on some of the most challenging issues that face the world today, including disasters, environment and climate change, gender, health care, governance and corruption, water and sanitation, livelihoods and food security, among others.

We work by mobilising the church and providing them with training that equips poor communities to identify and use the strengths they already have to lift themselves out of poverty. We believe it’s very important to work with locally-based partners. They hold valuable local knowledge and are aware of who are the most in need within their community, thus ensuring that aid reaches those who need it most.

Gifts in Wills

Over the years, thanks to the prayer and generosity of our faithful supporters, thousands of local churches have been impacted and envisioned, and millions of lives transformed. With 50 years of helping those in need and a history of excellent practice, Tearfund is among the country’s top ten emergency relief agencies.

We are closer than ever to ending extreme poverty and your legacy gift could make all the difference, bringing hope and life for generations to come. We won’t stop until poverty stops.

Whenever legacy gifts are entrusted to Tearfund, they are used around the world wherever the need is greatest – and your gift, no matter how big or small, could be the lifeline that brings help and hope to those who need it most.

 


Contact Us

Name: Kathy Burrows
Telephone: 020 3906 3422
Email: legacies@tearfund.org
Website: www.tearfund.org/legacies


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Registered Address: Tearfund, 100 Church Road, Teddington, TW11 8QE
Registered Charity Number: 265464

The Leprosy Mission Northern Ireland
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The Leprosy Mission Northern Ireland

What we do

The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian development organisation, transforming and empowering the lives of people affected by leprosy. Our goal is to eradicate the causes and consequences of this disease. TLM provides a comprehensive range of services to meet the needs of people, families and communities affected by leprosy.

As well as integrating leprosy and general medical services, where there is need, TLM hospitals and health centres continue to provide excellence in all aspects of specialized leprosy care, often being referral centres for complications of leprosy. However, people affected by leprosy need more than medicine.

TLM programmes deliver compassion and action. While we do identify and assist people to a cure and treat physical impairments through reconstructive surgery, we also invest in education, vocational training, counselling  and community based socio-economic rehabilitation activities.

Gifts in Wills

Thanks to so many faithful supporters, legacy gifts are making a life changing difference to thousands of lives today. The Leprosy Mission is doing so much more than curing leprosy. Counsellors are working to challenge stigma and heal communities. Vocational training centres and small business loans are bringing livelihoods to those who are denied employment. Our holistic care is also providing safe housing, clean water and sanitation to families living in poverty. Rehabilitation projects are providing a hope for the future and empowering those affected by leprosy.


Contact Us

Name: Joanne Briggs
Telephone: 02892 629500
Email: joanne@tlm-ni.org
Website: http://www.tlm-ni.org/action/giving


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Registered Address: The Leprosy Mission Northern Ireland, Lagan House, 2a Queen’s Road, Lisburn, BT27 4TZ

Registered Charity Number: XR11501