Get Involved

We want everyone to feel included in our city and encourage everyone to get involved and help make our communities stronger. There are many different ways you can get involved and make a difference.

Join Bristol’s volunteer response to coronavirus

Sign up to support volunteer efforts in the city.

If you are a Landlord with a room or property to let, who would like to work with us to help prevent someone becoming homeless at this time, please contact our lettings team at private.renting@bristol.gov.uk

Get involved in the Year of Can Do 2020!

Year of Can Do Bristol Logo Banner

The Year of Can Do is all about inspiring and celebrating community action, volunteering and kindness in the city. The year will consist of an array of physical and online activities to create a buzz around doing good! Find out more at Can-Do Bristol

Do you know someone from a European Union country?

The Government has advised that all EU citizens must apply for the EU Settlement Scheme to ensure their rights are protected post-Brexit.
We want everyone who lives here to have their rights protected, and are offering help with applications. If you have friends, family or neighbours from the EU, please make sure they find out more here.

If you loved the #WeAreBristol film and are inspired to work with others, here’s a few ideas about how you can get involved in making our communities even stronger.

  1. #WeAreInformed Stay informed of what’s happening by signing up to the #WeAreBristol newsletter
  2. #WeAreCaring Meet your neighbours, check in on more isolated or vulnerable people in your area, join a local community group, or look into volunteering at Can Do Bristol
  3. #WeAreFosterCarers Could you make a difference to the lives of children in Bristol? We are in need of people to become foster carers and offer secure and loving homes to children needing care in our city. Visit our fostering website to find out more.
  4. #WeAreUnited We can challenge divisions in Bristol, whether online or in our streets. We can report crimes carried out against someone because of their race, religion, sexuality, disability or gender. Find out what to do about hate crime.