Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project (BUCFP) has been providing front line services such as advice, practical support, cheap food, educational and leisure activities to the unemployed and low-waged in Brighton for 30 years
- BUCFP provides a safe and welcoming community for anyone who wants it.
- BUCFP provides the means and opportunity for people to make changes in their lives
- You can come here and be yourself.
Since becoming a registered charity in 1994 BUCFP is entirely dependent on grants and donations to continue it’s vital work supporting vulnerable and marginalised people in Brighton.
A big thank you to all our sponsors and supporters.
Our annual trip to Tilgate Park takes place on Friday August 21st this year. It is already fully booked! Volunteers, workers and centre regulars have a great time visiting the gardens and animals. The centre will close early… Read More
Many thanks to all our wonderful volunteers for all your hard work in the last year.
We are really excited to announce we were successful in getting funding through Grassroots Awards to put an event on for this year’s Brighton Digital Festival!
The creche will be closed between 18th August – 28th August. The creche will reopen on Tuesday 1st September 2015.
We are finally able to announce with great pleasure that we will be reopening on Mondays from October 5th 2015. The centre will be open Monday – Friday 10 -4 from October 5th 2015.
Our annual closure for maintenance will be 7th – 11th September 2015. Offers of help with cleaning in dark corners, painting and decluttering to Alex or Joy.
This year’s Volunteer Celebration is on Wednesday 15th July 1.30 – 4.30pm. Volunteers old and new are cordially invited to join us for old fashioned tea, cake, sandwiches, with live music and raffle. Thanks for all your hard… Read More
The lovely Claire will be running workshops to felt a world map and self portraits. These are part of our ongoing Journeys art project.
If you are applying to become a British citizen, you will have to prove your knowledge of the English language, which can be achieved by obtaining a ESOL qualification at Entry Level 3. ESOL courses are regularly run… Read More