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We estimate there to be about 100 asylum seekers experiencing destitution in Bristol today.

BHN needs funding to keep our men’s house open, to provide a weekly welcome centre with ESOL, Advocacy, Hot lunch, Games and volunteering for our members and to provide £10 a week to our most vulnerable members.

You might be willing to donate regularly yourself or you may have a fundraising idea and know the people to see it through. We are open to suggestions!

If you want to make a monthly regular donation click here:

Alternatively you can make a one off or regular donation online now by clicking Donate

We have many good chefs in our accommodation at present and are able to provide event catering at competitive rates with all the profit going to our destitution fund. So far we have catered for conferences, birthday parties, grand openings of local green spaces and more!

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BHN would like to thank our regular donors and fundraisers who keep us afloat!

We would like to particularly thank our major donors; Quartet Community Foundation, Church Urban Fund, The Burden Trust, Hilden Charitable Trust, Brisdoc and the Clifton Lido for their continued partnership with us. Together we make this all possible. Thank you.

3 thoughts on “Donate

  1. I will have an empty bedroom from early October and would like to be considered as a host. I live on the eastern outskirts of Bristol and also have a dog

  2. Hi,

    I am from Stroud, just north of Bristol, and am keen to help out in any way I can to make things better for others.
    I am an artist- (printmaker), and am pretty handy at DIY, and have been teaching young adults for the past ten years, so I think I got practical and imaginative outlook with good social communication skills, but lack a mass of finance. I am self employed, so I also have time and flexibility.
    I thought I could get some friends together, and offer our local authorities our skills to turn a disused building into a temporary living space, or repair any possible space to live in. I went to the local council office, but the lady on the desk acted like I was a bit strange, and seemed to be a bit unaware of the issues I was raising and very dismissive of my (admittedly naive) assumption of possible empty property.
    Is there anyway I could a. get some guidance about what to do next, and b. do anything for you.

    Best regards
    Rob Bermingham

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