Crisis Centre Ministries is a charity whose purpose is transforming lives through offering food, shelter, hope and support to the most vulnerable and marginalised in Bristol. Crisis Centre Ministries is made up of four main projects:
The Wild Goose drop-in centre: provides people with a hot meal, practical support and signposting to other appropriate voluntary and council services. Open four days and six evenings a week.
The Life Recovery project: helps clients who are recovering from addiction and abuse through mutual support and the development of life skills.
The Spring of Hope women's night shelter: provides emergency accommodation and emotional and practical support to women fleeing from abuse, homelessness and sex work.
The East Bristol Foodbank provides short-term emergency food provision to those in extreme need.
The Foundation recently awarded £25,000 to help support these four projects in Bristol.