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The Jericho Road Project is a joint church initiative supporting those involved in the sex industry in Nottingham.
Nottingham Nightstop is an initiative to prevent youth homelessness, born out of the desire to ensure that all young people have access to safe and secure accommodation appropriate to their needs.
Street Pastors is a multi-church response to urban problems; over 80 volunteers representing 24 city churches go out onto the Streets of Nottingham on a Friday and Saturday between the hours of 10pm to 3am.
The Arches Project is a practical resource and support centre for those in need across the city of Nottingham. We aim to provide an environment of compassion and care, where people feel that they belong and are accepted; where they can build a sense of self-worth and confidence. We want to be a place where we can be generous with our time, energy and practical resources; where we can go the extra mile.
The Malt Cross is a Christian charity and café bar in the heart of Nottingham, aiming to support and serve the people of Nottingham through the charitable outreach work of Street Pastors, Safe Space and historic preservation. The much-loved café bar is a place where relationships and community are built as we host a diverse and vibrant programme of Arts, Events, Artistic Communities and Live Music.
Cedar Housing Nottingham exists to help young women escape homelessness.
HOPE Nottingham supports the local church to speak and live its mission, in unity, to see spiritual change in individuals and communities transformed.
Every day people in the UK go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. Trussell Trust foodbanks provide a minimum of three days emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK.
Tea'n'Toast exists to give a cup of tea, some toast and a chat to clubbers who might want a bit of space to think and talk. We are open at St Nic’s from 12 midnight to 3:30am every Friday during term time. We want people to know that God loves them.
An alliance of faith communities, unions, charities, housing associations & educational organisations working for justice and the common good of Nottinghamshire.
Rally works with the homeless and vulnerably housed in the city of Nottingham, and is run in partnership with a number of Nottingham churches. Rally is a gateway project, offering immediate food and support, and assisting the homeless to access the help they really need.
Nottingham Youth for Christ aims to take Good news relevantly to every young person in Nottingham - by serving local schools and churches, as well as connecting with young people through various sessions throughout the week.
The Nottingham Arimathea Trust provides housing and support for people who have had their first claim for asylum refused. We work to raise awareness of their plight and dispel the myths and stereotyping. Click here to find out more.
Globe Café focuses on International students, and is all about having fun, meeting people from different cultures and discussing some of the big questions of life while enjoying hot drinks and cakes.
The healing rooms are a safe place where people in need of healing can come and encounter the healing power of God through Jesus Christ.
Faith Action Nottingham is a group of faith-led community projects - committed to welcoming and supporting marginalised and vulnerable people in our city by providing projects which offer hospitality, holistic care and support to people of all faiths and beliefs or none.
King’s Money Advice Centre provides free, confidential debt advice and support.
CAP are passionate about lifting people out of debt and poverty through their award winning debt help service and money management course, the CAP Money Course.
We are building capacity to tackle Poverty in Nottinghamshire. We partner with churches, charities, community workers and other faiths to transform lives.
Hope into Action is an award-winning charity set up to fight homelessness initially in Peterborough, now across the country. Our dream is to change the lives of the most disadvantaged in our society by finding them homes rather than a bed for the night.