Support us monthly

By donating regularly, you will join our Friends of the Centre scheme.  As a Friend your generous gift helps us support vulnerable local people.

We provide compassion, understanding and practical support, day-in, day-out.  Advice, training and employment support through to inspiring groups and activities that bring people together.

Become a Friend of the Centre

Food and essentials

£10 per month

£10 per month helps provide warmth and food with our partner Bow Food Bank; sustaining people like Jade and her family through difficult times.

Donate

Urgent advice

£20 per month 

£20 per month helps us provide vital financial and energy advice to support people coping with bereavement and crisis like Ali.

Donate

Mental health support

£35 a month

£35 per month supports our compassionate and wide-ranging approach to mental health conditions for people like Karin.

Donate

Tackling loneliness

£50 a month

£50 per month helps us set up local community projects that address isolation and loneliness through community activists like Brenda.

Donate

We look forward to welcoming you to our Friends network

Once a monthly donation is set up, all our Friends receive:

  • A confirmation email and welcome pack
  • Monthly news updates – see how money is being used
  • A BBBC Friend logo for materials
  • Invitations to our special events
  • An open invitation to work and relax at the Centre
  • And lots more (covered in the welcome pack)
BECOME A FRIEND

Set up a monthly donation today

Friends have an opportunity to make a regular donation that the charity can depend on. It will help secure our long-term future and our ability to keep supporting the most vulnerable individuals and families.

If you would like more information about making a donation or regular gift to the Bromley by Bow Centre in another way, please contact us at development@bbbc.org.uk

Once a monthly donation is set up, we will be in touch.

Thank you for being a Friend.

DONATE MONTHLY

Our Friend and social justice campaigner, Maff Potts, on what your regular donation can do: