Redevelopment of our Centre At ’39’

PFNI Redevelopment Team

“The Prison Fellowship Centre has been a bright shining light to me…”

“It’s a place of comfort love and where I’ve been listened to…”

“You can be yourself and be able open yourself to the staff…”

“It’s a place that helps so many people who got lost along the way to find hope…”

Prison Fellowship’s building in University Street is vital for the delivery of support to those released from prison. For many, it is the first port of call following release.

 

The Centre is a place of welcome and safety for all, a place where an individual can find support, obtain advice and find out about essential services.  It is a place where they are able to get a coffee, a sandwich and a chat – especially important for those who are street homeless or reside in hostels which are often shut during daytime hours.

 

35 years after opening our existing premises, Prison Fellowship is now facing some significant challenges.  Will you help us secure the future of our Belfast centre?

 

The total project is expected to cost in the region of  £261,000