COVID-19 UPDATE - Our Friday and Saturday night time services have been temporarily suspended. We are operating a weekly Community Food Programme and online helpline at

SOS at City Hall

We're still here for you

Contact us if you need advice or a listening ear

Our night time bus service is temporarily suspended.

SOS NI's mission is to work together in partnership on our streets to unconditionally help people in their time of need. Our night-time work is about dealing urgently with vulnerable people at times of crisis. SOS NI is a volunteered centred organisation with a vision to inspire hope and build better futures for everyone. 

In just over 13 years SOS Volunteers have interacted with over 363,063 people, provided in-depth caring or medical support to 14,540 individuals who have been damaged emotionally or physically on the streets of Belfast and have helped to save many lives.

The presence of SOS on the streets eases pressure on the PSNI, emergency departments, NIAS and Belfast City Council allowing them to focus their time and effort on more serious and pressing issues. Our highly visible presence also provides reassurance to the community, helping to keep Belfast Safe and make people feel safe.

People helped by our trained volunteers


Vulnerable people brought to A&E


Trained volunteers


Your generosity allows us to help vulnerable people on our streets

Floors 2 & 3 Lanyon View,

East Bridge Street, Belfast BT1 3PH
02890 664 505


© 2021 SOS NI Ltd Registered Charity Number: NIC100247, Company Number: NI061293, 

Registered in Northern Ireland, Charity Ref No: XT672