Help Bristol's Homeless to host art auction fundraiser

Help Bristol's Homeless to host art auction fundraiser

Posted on: 29 Jul 2021

The fourth edition of 'Home is Where the Art Is' will raise vital funds for the support of homeless people across Bristol.


Local charity Help Bristol's Homeless are gearing up for the latest edition of their annual art auction, with 'Home is Where the Art Is' set to return tomorrow (Friday 30 July).


The fundraiser will feature work from some of Bristol's most renowned artists, all available to the highest bidder to raise money for the continued support of people affected by homelessness.


Attendance to the event, taking place at 18:00 at 470 Bath Road, Arno's Vale, Bristol BS4 3AP, is free of charge, but pre-booking is required.


Find out more and secure your seat here.



Primarily based in Bedminster, Help Bristol's Homeless take a housing-focused approach to tackling homelessness, working on the premise that people must be able to access safe and stable accommodation in order to improve their lives and reach their potential.


The charity work directly with people affected by homelessness by providing emergency care, helping people into temporary accommodation, offering employment support and running community events to raise awareness of a range of issues.


This Friday 30 July, Help Bristol's Homeless will be hosting their fourth charity art auction to raise money to support their work, showcasing some stellar artwork donated by a selection of renowned Bristol-based artists.


Doors will open at 18:00, giving attendees the chance to pick out their favourite pieces before the bidding starts at 20:00. Alongside the auction, the event will also feature a barbecue and full bar, accompanied by a DJ set from Mikee Freedom.


A limited number of free tickets remain available and can be found here. For more information on Help Bristol's Homeless, or to follow updates in the coming weeks, head to their website or find the team on Twitter.


Main Image: Painting by Gail Reid

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