Useful Links

Bristol City Council Bristol City Council (www.bristol-city.gov.uk) has a statuary obligation to provide accommodation and has other housing responsibilities.
logo_hl[1] Homeless Link (www.homeless.org.uk) is the national body for organisations supporting homeless people and working to end homelessness across England and Wales.
logo_ncvo[1] National Council for Voluntary Organisations (www.ncvo-vol.org.uk) is the umbrella body for the voluntary sector in England.
logo_shelter[1] Shelter (england.shelter.org.uk) helps 100,000 people a year fight for their rights, get back on their feet, and find and keep a home. They also tackle the root causes of Britain’s housing crisis by campaigning for new laws, policies and solutions.
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Crisis (www.crisis.org.uk) has worked in the homelessness sector for more than thirty-five years. Crisis works to raise awareness of the causes and nature of homelessness and to bring about change in law, policy and general attitudes towards homeless people.
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The Big Issue (http://www.bigissue.org.uk/) is part of an international movement, providing opportunities for people facing homelessness to help themselves.
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The Bristol Soup Run Trust (www.bristolsoupruntrust.org.uk) operates a soup run every night of the year for the homeless and others in need.
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Caring at Christmas (www.caringatchristmas.org.uk) provides a Shelter over the Christmas period and is also The Julian Trust’s landlord.
logo_ParkBench[1] The Park Bench (www.theparkbench.org.uk) is a voluntary charitable organisation that aims to provide access to a lending library service for people in Bristol who are unable to register with the Public Library through lack of a permanent address or fixed abode.
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Bristol Motor Cycle Action Group (bristol.mag-uk.org) are regular supporters of the Julian Trust. Each year they organise a run of dozens of motorbikes bringing donations of food and cash to the Bristol Night Shelter.
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Voscur (www.voscur.org) is the Council for Voluntary Services (CVS) for Bristol. It offers training and other services to community organisations in Bristol.
logo_bcvs[1] Volunteering Bristol (www.bristolvolunteers.org.uk) is a Bristol Volunteer Agency. Their overall aim is to promote, support and develop opportunities for people to become involved in their own community through voluntary work.
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Emmaus House (www.emmausbristol.org.uk) provides a home, work and support for destitute and homeless people in a supportive community.
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Julian House (www.julianhouse.org.uk) is the leading provider of services to homeless men and women in Bath & North East Somerset and the surrounding area.