The InHope Charity
inHope is a Christian charity with a strong legacy of over 30 years serving some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in Bristol.
At the heart of all that they do is the firm belief that every person, no matter their circumstances, can transform their lives away from homelessness, addiction, poverty, and abuse. They accept every person who arrives at our doors, serving without condition. When clients are ready to make positive changes, we empower and equip them to make those changes, to improve their lives for the long-term.
They seek a fairer and more just society; free from poverty and hunger; free from oppression and discrimination; free from homelessness and isolation. Until these freedoms are achieved, they will continue to be here serving those most in need.
inHope is rooted in the Christian faith. God calls his people to love him, love our fellow neighbours and to help those less fortunate than ourselves. They believe in loving people as God loves them; our practical work is an expression of the love that God has for every human person.
Watch this interview from a recent service at Woodlands Church for an overview of inHope’s work and ideas on how to respond to homelessness in our city:
Connect with inHope
These links take you away from the Long Ashton Christmas Trail website.
Donate to East Bristol Foodbank
At the No room at the Inn station, we are collecting donations for the East Bristol Foodbank, which is run by inHope and provides emergency food parcels to those living in poverty.
Give a gift to someone experiencing homelessness or poverty
If you’d like to help someone who is experiencing homelessness or poverty this Christmas, you may like buy one of the essential items from inHope’s online Christmas donation shop which they will gift on your behalf to someone who needs it.
This link takes you away from the Long Ashton Christmas Trail website.