The Immanuel Project wants to continue to provide breakfast and hot lunch, essentials, a listening ear and pastoral support to 250 homeless and vulnerable guests per week who come to our Community Hub centre from all across Bradford. This is in response to the needs of our guests who we talk to as they are accessing our services. They tell us that they need access to food on a daily basis, someone to talk to and initial steps to re-build their lives. This is especially important as, years during Covid-19, isolation, loneliness and mental health issues have been at their worst. Our numbers of guests are increasing weekly due to the energy and cost of living increases. We want to continue to deliver a holistic Well Being Programme twice weekly at the Hub. This was identified by our guests who wanted a regular group that they could come to, have someone to talk to and develop some skills. We currently support 80 guests per month. We deliver this guest centred work as both one to one and in small groups, in line with Government restrictions. We have equipped guests with various mental health tools to take away and put into practice each week e.g. a progressive, learning and equipping experience.