A unique canvas by Silent Hobo for Caring in Bristol

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One for the true Bristolians, Bristol street art hall of fame resident Silent Hobo has generously donated this unique piece, which was painted live on canvas at the Visit Bristol Christmas campaign launch on Wednesday 13th November alongside other notable Bristol street art pioneers. 

Silent Hobo has been decorating the streets of Bristol with his eye catching work for over a decade. He hopes that donating this piece of art will have a huge impact on those who are most vulnerable this winter. This Christmas 2,900 will be homeless in Bristol, this must end. 

Caring in Bristol reach out to people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, develop the necessary services, evidence base, and public engagement to create permanent change in Bristol, and beyond.

We are striving to create a society where everyone has a home, has hope and is part of their community. We don’t believe that homelessness is a simple issue with a simple solution. That’s why we work across a number of projects helping people move away from the streets and preventing people becoming homeless in the first place.

£50 could pay for 10 guests to have breakfast in our 365 Night Shelter

£90 would provide 30 Caring Handbooks

£210 could help 10 people to access food, shelter and support at Caring at Christmas

£726 pays for 10 young peoples travel for a month along them to maintain work and education

£1,200 pays for a whole weeks running costs of the 365 shelter



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A canvas by artist Silent Hobo
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