Cardiff and Vale
02920 399 739
Available between the hours of 8pm – 9am for people who are sleeping rough in Cardiff.
Residents of the Nightshelter going through the stress of experiencing homelessness can:
22 emergency bed spaces, a communal living room, kitchen and bathroom.
The Cardiff Nightshelter is open 365 days a year – including Christmas Day – preventing 23 instances of rough sleeping every night.
We don’t receive enough funding to keep the Nightshelter open, we rely on the generosity of the general public to bring people out of the cold and into a place of safety and support.
This year, our winter campaign will help us keep the lights of this vital emergency accommodation on.
Visit our Donate page to give a regular gift of £4 per month, a one-off donation of £41 or anything else that you can pledge.
Text WARM to 70660 to donate £4 a month and give the gift of a good night to someone experiencing homelessness this Christmas.
Sell £40 worth of raffle tickets – that’s just 20 tickets to pay for a bed for a night.
Raise £41 at work during a Christmas Jumper Day or holding a Christmas Quiz or swapping your secret Santa to help provide safety and shelter.
Join us and be part of a community response to homelessness this Christmas by pledging to raise or donate £41 to cover the cost of a bed for a night.
As well as warmth, safety and food, residents have access to a support worker and are signposted to longer-term solutions so they can escape the streets.
Resettlement plans are produced and liaison with health, benefits and criminal justice agencies is part of the service provided to work towards ending the individual’s homelessness.
The Nightshelter is open to those aged 18 and over who are sleeping rough in Cardiff.
It forms part of Cardiff Council‘s emergency homelessness provision and places are allocated by the Gateway team.