The Covid-19 crisis has presented Caring in Bristol with a new challenge. The traditional ways of ‘feeding-the-needy’ have become unsafe, and out of date. So, it was time for an upgrade. Introducing: Cheers Drive, the UK’s first-ever free food delivery service for the homeless.
With food provided by the brains behind Bristol hospitality legends Emmeline, Pasta Loco, Salt and Malt, Pony and Trapp, The Hatch and Bianchi’s, you can now buy a takeaway that will be safely delivered straight to a homeless person in Bristol, the majority of whom have been moved from shelters and off the streets into temporary accommodation where they can self-isolate.
Thanks to the support of Bristol, Cheers Drive has successfully been supporting those who are homeless in Bristol with fine food for over three months. So as we officially passed 100 consecutive days of feeding those who are vulnerable, and because we value transparency, Caring in Bristol have created a downloadable report detailing what we have achieved, please click the link below to see it:
Cheers Drive feeds over 300 homeless people per day and you can play your part by buying a takeaway, a donation of £10 could buy one freshly cooked hot meal, a packed lunch and breakfast delivered to someone who is homeless and vulnerable tonight.