Street Angels are a Christian charity working in Halifax and Sowerby Bridge.
We work in Sowerby Bridge on a Saturday night using Christ Church as our base.
Whilst we work in Halifax on a Friday and Saturday night
We work to meet the needs of those who have been spiked, are victims of crime, the homeless or those who have had too much to drink and as a consequence are in need of support.
We are in our 13th year of working to make Halifax a safe place to be. Every year we provide around 13,000 volunteer hours and help around 3,000 people.
We hope to show the love of Christ on the streets of Halifax by being a safe presence in the town centre on an evening.
In addition to our work in the town centre we also have a community café and Christian bookshop (Angels Rest Café, 15 Crossley Street, Halifax). We work in schools, colleges and youth groups to deliver our #SafeNightOut workshops aimed at educating young people about alcohol, drug and crime awareness and we provide stewards for local community events
For more details on the work of the Street Angels