COVID-19 UPDATE

Bristol Charities continues to operate during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Although our Head Office is shut and most of our Head Office staff are working from home, you can contact us by email or by phone on our Head Office phone number 0117 930 0301. We continue to run our Almshouses and Extra Care scheme, with staff on site. Our Grants Programme is running, please keep checking our website for details of when we are accepting applications for Grants. Although our Community Development for Older People Projects remain on hold for now, we hope to start activities again soon when it is safe to do so.

Bristol Charities is committed to working to provide support to people and communities throughout these complicated and taxing times.

  • Our Values

    Excellence
    One Team
    Aspirational in our Approach
    Passion for our work

  • Grant Giving in Bristol

    Providing grants to individuals and families in need

  • Community Projects

    Working with local residents to reduce loneliness and isolation for older people

  • Our Mission

    Providing opportunities and support for people and communities to improve lives through grants, housing and charitable projects

Accommodation

for older people

We provide spacious, comfortable homes through our Almshouse Accommodation with on-site support in a safe and friendly setting.

Community

Based Services

We support Older People and others to have choices in their lives, to be able to live near the people and places they care about. 

Grant Giving

for individuals

Bristol Charities focuses its grant-making activities on individuals living in Bristol. Our grants make a difference in a very practical way to improve the lives of individuals and families experiencing poverty.

About Bristol Charities

We are a registered UK charity and our mission is to provide opportunities and support for people and communities to improve lives through grants, housing and charitable projects.

Our organisation has transformed and enhanced the lives of those in need in Bristol for over six hundred years.