Your gift could bring someone who is homeless, and their pet dog, in from the cold this winter
Can you help best friends stay safe, warm, together?
Without our hostels, people on the streets would face the choice between a warm bed and being with their pet dog this winter. No one should feel alone at this time of year. We’re helping best friends stay together.
Our outreach teams go out at night and in the early mornings, looking for people sleeping rough. Our first priority is to get people off the streets and into accommodation. With 17 outreach teams we are one of the largest providers of outreach services in the country. we go out each night to meet people sleeping rough and help them to move away from the streets.
Each night we offer a bed and support to more than 3,150 people across the South and South West. We operate a range of accommodation services, from basic shelters or hostels, through to supported and semi-independent housing, to help people at every stage of their recovery from homelessness.
At the heart of all of our services is our commitment to empower the individual and support people in their recovery journey. We have Recovery Colleges because we believe that learning can be a life-changing experience and make a real difference to people’s recovery and wellbeing. That is why we offer a range of skills and employment services to help people thrive after homelessness.
Other ways to give
Street fundraisingFace to face fundraising allows us to raise vital funds to carry out the work we do.
Leave a gift in your willLeaving a gift in your will is a touching way to help homeless people rebuild their lives.
Donate goodsDonate gifts and help make a difference to someones life.
Payroll givingA regular gift through your payroll is an easy and tax effective way to help end homelessness and rebuild lives.
Donate in memoryGiving in memory of your loved one or friend is such a special way to celebrate their life.