We work with, and take referrals from, a number of organisations around Bradford, including:
- Salvation Army day shelter
- Hope Housing
- British Red Cross
- In Communities
- NHS Pathway Bradford
- Bradford Council
- West Yorkshire Police
- Horton Housing
- Christians Against Poverty
If you come across a rough sleeper, directing them to the Salvation Army day shelter or Hope Housing can be the first step in obtaining a referral to Inn Churches.
Inn Churches works closely with Housing Justice to develop and maintain their Housing Justice Quality Mark and to provide training, support and advice for night shelters across the UK.
Find out more about Housing Justice.
We work with a number of supermarkets, markets and independent suppliers to intercept surplus food destined for landfill. In particular we work closely with suppliers Swithenbank and Bidfood, as well as the FareShare network and Bradford Council’s Department of Public Health.
Food Poverty Network
We are part of Bradford’s Food Poverty Network, working together to share best practice and to provide a consistent and comprehensive approach to tackling food poverty across the Bradford area.
We are very grateful to the numerous individuals and organisations that volunteer with us to help us to deliver our services. In particular, Yorkshire Building Society make volunteers available to us on a regular basis to help with many areas of our work.