Jonathan Sutton, chief executive of the hostel, spoke of the need to fight discrimination and highlighted the recent report in the Worcester News of a man who urinated on a homeless person sleeping outside a railway station in Worcester.
Shaun Layton, 23, of Seymour Court, in Malvern, was jailed for 25 weeks after admitting the offence, which took place at the entrance of Worcester Foregate Street station last September.
Mr Walker, one of the organisers, said: “Fortis Living are keen to continue its campaign to raise awareness around hate crime and to challenge prejudice in local communities.
“This time we wanted to highlight the prejudice around alternative lifestyles and homelessness.
“Thanks to support from a brilliant local band, Hybrid, we managed to raise funds for The Sophie Lancaster Foundation and St. Paul’s Hostel.
“We would love to continue this work in future, linking with other local partners.”