In need of support?

If you would like to talk to somebody, or you know somebody in crisis, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Bradbury View, now open

Bradbury View, giving 12 people a place to call home.

Our Women's Service

We have a specialist woman only service based at Trinity to support women who are experiencing an area of vulnerability.

Christmas is coming........

Christmas can be one of the hardest time of year for someone facing homelessness. Whether you can spare your time, money or a gift in kind, there are many ways you can support homeless people this Christmas.

About Us

We provide vital practical and emotional support to over 650 people each year who are experiencing the effects of homelessness or vulnerability.

Get Involved

If you feel you’d like to get involved with our important, life-changing work, there are many ways you can support Trinity.

Need Help?

If you would like to talk to somebody, or you know somebody in crisis, please do not hesitate to get in touch on 01962 842827.

Our Services

Our services are open to a wide range of people, from the most chronically excluded rough sleepers, to ex care-leavers on low incomes needing support with housing, employment or training.

Welcome to Trinity Winchester

We are a Winchester-based charity which addresses the effects of homelessness and vulnerability through specialist practical and emotional support, and proactive prevention, empowering positive change.

We help people who are vulnerable to the effects of homelessness, addiction, physical and mental ill health, poverty, social isolation and domestic abuse. We offer solutions, hope, choice and control.

From humble beginnings, Trinity has grown into a respected and skilful organisation helping people to improve their lives. We provide vital practical and emotional support to over 600 people each year who are experiencing the effects of homelessness or vulnerability.

Our dedicated Women’s Service sees around 150 women each year. We support them to make positive change to their lives and in many cases break free from the damaging cycle of domestic abuse.

We aim to support individuals to change their situation and aspire towards positive fulfilling futures.

Where does my money go?

Your donation can make a real difference in the life of a vulnerable person.

To view our latest annual review click here or find us on the Charity Commission website.

£250 – supports six sessions of ‘Learning4Life’ – Trinity’s learning and training programme that helps people back into employment.

£25 – pays for one session of outreach – a vital way to access and engage with the most entrenched rough sleepers in our city.

£100 per day is the cost of buying and preparing meals for an average of 50 people a day.

£150 – provides access for one woman into our Women’s Service to receive counselling and advice sessions for somebody in or fleeing from an abusive relationship.

Our Vision

Working together for better lives in our community.

Our Mission

We encourage everyone to work together to provide a safe place where people affected by homelessness and social deprivation can maximise their life chances. We do this by:

  • Creating environments and services where people feel valued and safe
  • Being a place where people enjoy coming to work
  • Attracting supporters who share our values

Our Values

We support our clients by helping them to change their situation and aspire towards fulfilling futures.

  • We are non-judgemental and compassionate
  • We embrace diversity and inclusivity
  • We empower people by helping them to build the confidence and skills to make positive changes in their lives
  • We value our staff and volunteers
  • We listen to and work with others