We are striving to create a society where everyone has a home, has hope and is part of their community. We don’t believe that homelessness is a simple issue with a simple solution. That’s why we work across a number of projects helping people move away from the streets and preventing people becoming homeless in the first place.
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Housing Support Handbook
Our new Housing Support Handbook that Caring in Bristol has created in collaboration with CHAS Housing Advice Service and the ACFA Advice Network. It is a free resource both for people seeking support and organisations supporting people in the community.
The Sleep Out 2020
Join Bristol’s first ever ‘home edition’ Sleep Out and raise funds to provide food and shelter for somebody facing homelessness in our city. Due to Covid-19 the Bristol Homeless Forum is unable to host a mass-sleep out in the centre of Bristol, so 2020 will be a sleep out with a twist.
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 The traditional ways of ‘feeding-the-needy’ have become unsafe, and out of date.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.
The Common is an open access, welcoming space for young people aged 16 - 25.
The 365 Shelter
The 365 Shelter offers a safe alternative to a night on the streets for up to fifteen people who would otherwise be sleeping rough. Open seven nights a week.
Caring at Christmas
Our annual Christmas project provides vital services and support for homeless and vulnerable people in need over the festive period.
Our Nightstop team provide keyworking support to young people aged 18 - 25 facing homelessness and work with volunteer hosts to provide temporary accommodation.
Providing short term accommodation for young people aged 16 - 19 who are experiencing family difficulties and facing homelessness.
Caring at Breakfast
Working with local businesses and cafes to provide early morning breakfast support to people staying in Bristol’s homeless night shelters.