St Vincent's Bradford is a Social Enterprise project of St Vincent de Paul Society (England & Wales).

We are a social enterprise hub based in the Barkerend area, providing practical support, training, and opportunities for people to learn skills, build confidence, and be part of a supportive, welcoming community.

We are launching enterprises which have a positive impact on the environment, with a focus on re-use and recycling. This includes sewing, upcycling, and gardening projects.

We also offer a range of other activities and support resources, including classes, migrant support, a superstore selling quality items at low cost, and we also deliver an outreach advice service in Bradford South.

All of our services are free and confidential.

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Our services help to reduce the effects of poverty on local people. We provide the following:

A Furniture Re-Use scheme so people on a low budget can purchase good quality second hand furniture and household goods

Advice and Support

  • Free generalist level debt advice
  • Free generalist level housing advice   
  • Free general level advice and assistance in Welfare Benefits and Immigration

Migrant Support

  • Free ESOL, IT and other classes
  • Free Migrant Support Drop-In and work club
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