BCHA has been helping homeless and vulnerable people for over 45 years. We help people off the streets, out of abuse, over skills barriers and on to independence and work. Whether it is homelessness, domestic violence, educational disadvantage or just the need for help and advice, we offer people the support they need.
People find themselves homeless for many reasons, many of them no fault of their own. Often the reality for people either just before or just after they become homeless is they lose their job, this can lead to a loss of identity, self esteem and confidence and this is before they have to live through the horror of life on the streets.
Helping people to escape situations like these are just some of the many ways BCHA support people in our community.
Donations are vital to help us to continue our work of supporting those most vulnerable in our community.
Please support us by running in aid of BCHA, we can provide you with a free entry place in return for raising a minimum amount of sponsorship (minimum sponsorship amount depends on the race entered).
Please click here to view our Charity Runner FAQs