We celebrate over 30 years of “binding up the broken-hearted and setting the captives free”
Urban Outreach is a Christian charity providing food for households in crisis; and person-centred support for the most disadvantaged and vulnerable adults and young people in Bolton. Established in 1990 our core aim is to be consistently dependable, creative, challenging and inspirational in the support and care we provide across our town.
To truly succeed and change lives for the better, we rely upon and appreciate all who so generously lend their support. Click on the buttons here to see how you too can get involved:
Thank you for continuing to stand with us in prayer. Our latest Prayer Diary can be found here
Our newsletter for Autumn 2023 is available to read now. To hear about our projects, old and new, and for an introduction to our new members of staff please click here
Please stand with us in prayer – our latest Prayer Diary can be found here
Please stand with us in prayer as we pray for our projects, our clients and our town. Our new Prayer Diary is ready to download by clicking here
Our Newsletter for Spring 2023 is available to read now. To hear about our projects, old and new, and for an introduction to our new members of staff please click here
Friday 10th March 2023 saw a sight never seen before. Bolton Wanderers held their first ever Sleepout event raising money for ourselves and their charity arm Bolton Wanderers in the Community. Over 90 people signed up to sleep out in the freezing conditions to not just raise money but to also raise awareness about issues surrounding […]
Here at Urban Outreach we are so grateful for a donation of £150 received from Stowe Family Law, Bolton Offices. Support such as this from local businesses means that our work with the vulnerable and disadvantaged of our town can continue. “In the face of adversity, it is important that the disadvantaged and most vulnerable […]
It's always a pleasure to share what we are doing with those we work alongside - particularly those who provide critical front-line services in support of the diverse and often complex needs of our service users.
Securing suitable accommodation is sometimes only the beginning of the support that is needed by those we are here to help. Read how our Street Life team supported someone whose needs were far more than just ‘housing’.
During Children’s mental Health Week, we took the time to look at how one of the families we support had grown together - making positive changes within their home and their family life.
Our Eve’s Space workers challenged some of their service users to produce an individual piece of art in their own homes. These were then artfully brought together by the team as a collage in celebration of International Women’s Day.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has today announced recipients of the 2021 Lambeth Awards. The awards, which recognise outstanding contributions to the Church and wider society, have been given to over 30 individuals - including our very own CEO Dave Bagley.