Who we are Our Mission Our history Derby City Mission was started in 1989 initially working a debt advice service, "Jubilee", and a food "Basics" bank, which was the first food bank nationwide. Jubilee clinics are run by trained advisors at different venues and have assisted many people when at their most vulnerable. DCM acquired premises in 1996 and started a project to assist deprived children at Christmas. Other projects were initiated with schools and street outreach. In 2009, Street Pastors were launched to help people partying in Derby on Friday and Saturday nights, and an outreach to street homeless people was started with food and companionship. In 2011, DCM moved to Charnwood Street and, in 2015 it took out a lease on an industrial unit to house the Basics bank and provide a logistics base for the Derby Churches Nightshelter. This Nightshelter project was started in 2013 in response to the city council's cuts in funding for hostel beds. Be a part of our history by volunteering Help us to do even more for the poor and needy in Derby by fundraising for us. Together we can see lives transformed.