Homeless Charity

Welcome To Sanctus

Housing Advice

Established in the bitter Winter of 2011, Sanctus homeless charity offers a safe and friendly environment where homeless and vulnerable people can go to feel comfortable and relaxed. If they need any help then we are always around. Our whole team here are fantastic, dedicated to the cause and always have an ear close by if you need to chat. In our free café you can find breakfast, hot and cold drinks, snacks and a cooked homemade lunch. Other things you can do while you are here include 1:1 support and counselling, group sessions, training courses to help get you back on your own feet and a range of enrichment activities including a Book Club, Music Club and Allotment Project. If you’d like to show your support and get something in return then check out our shop – Click here.

To Love All And To Serve All

This Is What We Provide For Free:

  • A warm and friendly environment for those who have nowhere else to go
  • Free food, drink and clothing exchange for the homeless, vulnerable and those unable to provide for themselves. In 2019 we served over 18,300 free meals.
  • Free counselling, advice and advocacy to support life changes and improvement. In 2019 we completed over 1,100 sessions.
  • Enrichment activities such as training courses to help returning to work, book, writing and music clubs.

Homeless Charity Helping To Rebuild Lives

If you would like to see anymore information then you can simply head over to our website. You can find lots more information on our background and how you can get involved. To speak to one of our helpful team then you can easily get in touch using the contact details provided on this page. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Keep in touch and up to date with all of our latest information and events by following our social media pages. We post regular updates and imagery to show what we get up to here. We look forward to speaking to you soon.

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