Charities We Support
Gloucestershire Nightstop provides emergency housing across the County for young single homeless people aged 16 - 25 in the homes of trained and vetted volunteers, or Hosts.
Our Hosts welcome young people into their homes and provide a warm meal, somewhere safe to stay and are there to listen if young people want to talk.
Our staff and volunteers help young people make a sustainable move on from homelessness at the earliest opportunity.
Each year we accommodate and support around 100 young people in the County out of homelessness and into housing.
Help Homeless Bristol
Help Homeless Bristol are a group of volunteers who provide food clothing sleeping bags to those who are deemed most vulnerable within our society. Many of those we engage with have experienced ongoing trauma from a child, many have grown up within the care system lots have lost contact with family and friends. We believe everyone needs someone we believe the key to change is building trusting relationships empowering others to make positive changes within their lives. We provide advocacy attend hospital, doctors, housing appointments. To date we have helped many people get their benefits reinstated and helped people gain accommodation.
Refugee Kitchen has served over 2 million hot, nourishing meals since Dec. 2015.
Refugee Community Kitchen serves nourishing food to displaced people in the UK and northern France. Entirely volunteer-run and donation-based, we are committed to serving wholesome food with dignity and respect to people in need.
Food is a human right
Not only does Refugee Community Kitchen keep people highly nourished but we are also providing a moment in the day where people can gather and connect. Our food distributions recreate a sense of community and provide a safe space for medical and legal services, safeguarding groups and other support.
Phone Credit For Refugees
Phone Credit For Refugees is an organisation that provides vital phone credit to refugees and displaced adults and children across Europe. From humble beginnings, the organisation was set up in February 2016 as a Facebook group by founder James Pearce after his volunteering trip to the Calais 'Jungle'. Today, the group has over 58,000 members and has expanded to help refugees across Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. They give the gift of communication to people who are separated from family and friends, miles away from home and in very uncertain circumstances. For many unaccompanied children their phone credit is the only safety net they have.