Thanks to all our donor and volunteers, we’ve been able to help charities all over London. Here are just some of the great people we work with
St Mungo’s provides emergency support for homeless people, plus the training and support they need escape homelessness and rebuild their lives.
The Open House is a soup kitchen that provides a free three course meal to vulnerable people and the homeless every Friday.
The Harlesden branch of the Salvation Army operates a drop-in service for the homeless and vulnerable people in the area.
The Kid’s Cookery School teaches children to cook fresh, healthy food; it’s fun for them and an important life skill to learn.
Sufra provides hot, nutritious meals to elderly people, the homeless, and people who may otherwise feel socially excluded.
Saint Laurence’s Larder provide a fresh, healthy food to the homeless and other vulnerable groups as part of the Brent interfaith group.
No Second Night Out provides a rapid response service to help ensure newly homeless people do not have to spend a second night on the streets.
The Community of Sant’Edigio organizes dinners for the elderly and homeless people, where they can chat and relax in a friendly environment.
CAIA provides a safe, friendly place for older people, both Armenian and non-Armenian, to meet, socialize and eat a healthy meal.
Brent Foodbank provides fresh fruit and vegetables to families struggling to make ends meet, as well as a three-day emergency food package.
Ashford Place provides housing advice and emergency accommodation for homeless people, plus support to move on to independent living.
All Souls operate a drop-in service for disadvantaged groups in the local area, providing them with fresh, healthy food.
The Acton Homeless Concern is a drop-in day centre for homeless people and people from other disadvantage groups.