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Children’s book in aid of Julian House

16 June 2020

Local mental health worker Helen Brian has launched a GoFundMe Appeal to help publish her children’s book about homelessness in aid of charity Julian House. After suffering from anxiety and seeing the devastating effects of homelessness, her book entitled Elvis seeks to spread a positive message while raising money for a good cause. As a… Read More

Scottie’s Story

15 June 2020

Scottie wrote to Julian House as he wanted to share his story; A life not lived, a life existing in a world I created from the influence of drugs and alcohol. At the age of 8 years old my journey into depression, despair and darkness began as I had my first drink. This led to… Read More

Community Bike Donation Hub

10 June 2020

You can support our life changing services by setting up a Bike Donation Drop-Off in your community. Our good work relies on a steady supply of donated unwanted bikes. A pop-up bike donation drop-off is a bike donation drive where we challenge you to find at least 5 unwanted bikes from your community, be that… Read More

Our charity shops are opening

9 June 2020

A huge thank you to everyone who donated items to our charity shops. We have been inundated, which has been incredible. We unfortunately don’t have the storage space to take any more donations until further notice. Thank you again and now we start the task of sorting, ready to get the stock out on the… Read More

9 year old Phoebe’s 50km sponsored run

5 June 2020

Last week, during the half term holidays, local schoolgirl Phoebe Pudsey-Dawson challenged herself to run 50km to support people experiencing homelessness and raise money for Julian House. With an initial fundraising target of £200, Phoebe smashed it by raising an incredible £840 for the local charity. After hearing a talk at her local primary school… Read More

Homeless: What happens after lockdown?

4 June 2020

Last week local journalists spoke to us about the future of people experiencing homelessness currently within our care. Many were asking, what will happen after lock down? Since lockdown Since lock down, we’ve helped 40 additional men and women off the streets into safe and supported accommodation. After a Government mandate and additional essential funding… Read More

Roper Rhodes donates PPE supplies

4 June 2020

A big thank you to staff from leading bathroom fittings’ company, Roper Rhodes who donated PPE equipment and masks to our front line staff. Members of the New Product Development team at Roper Rhodes wanted to use the lockdown time in a productive way and raised donations and utilised their network of global suppliers to bring in… Read More

Celebrating our volunteers this #VolunteersWeek

4 June 2020

This #VolunteersWeek2020 we’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our volunteers who help and support us across the organisation. Everyone single one of you brings something invaluable to the charity and we’re incredibly grateful for your dedication and support. ⁠ Our work is very different right now and we’re simply not the same… Read More

We’re in need of cooked meals

14 May 2020

Calling food suppliers in Bath & B&NES. We need your help!⁠ Every lunch time in Bath we are providing meals for 73 people within our care. This includes everyone at our hostel and new supported accommodation sites for men and women with a history of rough sleeping.⁠ At dinner time, we also cook and supply… Read More