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IF YOU’RE HOMELESS

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STREET SUPPORT NETWORK
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Blackpool Dudley Sandwell
Bolton Edinburgh Solihull
Bournemouth,
Christchurch & Dorset
Glasgow
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Southampton
Bradford Liverpool Tameside
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Towns and Organisations for the Homeless

TownimageOrganisation nameAboutwebsiteAddressEmailPhone numberFacebook
Edge cafe outsideA vibrant cafe for all the community. Serving a range of fresh, homemade cooked breakfasts and lunch, tea, coffee, chilled drinks and a delicious variety of cakes. Vegan options available. A place to just be and feel welcome no matter how your day is going. Take a seat inside or at one of our outdoor tables and enjoy the amazing artwork exhibited by local artists around the cafe. The EDGE Café @ Brookfields opening times: Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 16:00 Find us at Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF Contact: Edge Cafe Cambridge">Website
Edge cafe fulbournThe EDGE @ FulbournThe Edge Café opened a new Café on Monday 3rd April at the Fulbourn Resource Centre on the Fulbourn Hospital site. Open to staff, patients and the general public, the menu is similar to The Edge @ Brookfields serving coffee, home baked cakes, paninis, our fabulous quiche, baked potatoes and more. The new café known as The Edge @ Fulbourn, is open 6 days a week from 9 - 4 Monday to Friday and 9 - 1:30pm Saturday. Find us at Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF Contact: 07940 468 478 We look forward to welcoming you to this new and impressive space with indoor and outdoor seating.WebsiteFulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF
https://www.theedgecafecambridge.org/recovery-hubThe journey of developing a ‘Recovery Hub’ for Cambridgeshire started as a vision several years ago. We saw that there was a something missing, people who were leaving specialist treatment services didn't have a place to go that they could call their own, to support them to sustain long term recovery and prevent relapse. The EDGE has been very lucky to date and has already been offered countless hours of support and donations from organisations and individuals, and funders. We'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you. If you would like to support us in making the Cambridge Recovery Hub happen, you can do so by donating or by offering practical help. Do you work with an organisation you feel we'd work well with too? Do you have a specific skill that you wish to put to work for a good cause? Are you in recovery yourself and wish to get involved? We'd love to hear from you! For all enquiries, please contact gail@theedgecafecambridge.comWebsite
communityfridgecommunity food hub and community fridgeThe EDGE Café @ Brookfields is proud to be the first (and founding) community food hub and community fridge set up in Cambridge City. We are working in conjunction with Cambridge Sustainable Food, Food Poverty Alliance, FareShare and Neighbourly as part of their mission to combat hunger and cut down on food waste. Details of other food hubs in the Cambridge area founded as a result of the Covid pandemic can be found here. Through FareShare and Neighbourly we are allocated daily quantities of food from all of the major supermarkets, and this is weighed and displayed for people to access each day from Monday to Saturday. How much, and what food, varies from day to day. We encourage the community to use the food hub as a place to donate any unopened, in-date food they may have.WebsiteBrookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF
Wintercomfort Final Logos_RGB-page-001Wintercomfort for the homeless and vulnerably housedWintercomfort is an information, advice, training and support centre in Cambridge for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed. Open daily throughout the year, we encourage and empower our service users to overcome disadvantage and to make positive, long-term changes to improve their lives.01223 518140
EXETER Originating as a community project providing humanitarian response to rough sleepers in Exeter, the charity officially opened its doors in December 1994, having being given permission by the Central Parish of Exeter to adapt two thirds of St Petrock’s church for use as a homeless centre. Over 600 people every year face homelessness and multiple disadvantages in Exeter and the surrounding areas. Many of those who use St Petrock’s are people often viewed as being on the fringes of, or outside of, society. They include rough-sleepers, those being supported in accommodation subsequent to homelessness, those facing imminent homelessness, those released from prison and those discharged from hospital, mental health facilities/specialist accommodation.Website
Hertfordshire feed-up-warm-up-homeless-charity-logo-1536x1086Feed Up Warm UpHomeless out reach team that runs two drop in sessions a week in two towns and our outreach teams. We’re here to help. You can now contact us on 0778 8511390 with any food or donation referrals, emergency care needs, school visits, or media-related queries. Messages will be responded to between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday to Friday (emergencies are an exception).Website01462 659139
Hertford
LondonSHP [single hless project]Single Homeless ProjectHomelessness doesn't define you. It's an experience, not a forever. With your help, we can end homelessness for hundreds of Londoners.WebsiteSingle Homeless Project, 245 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8QYsee contact form on website: contact form
Manchestercoffee4craig logo Coffee4CraigOffering respite, hot food and much more to anyone who is street homeless in Manchester… The Meanwhile drop-in that is open every single evening.www.coffee4craig.org ">WebsiteCoffee4Craig, The Meanwhile, Unit 5, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester, M3 1FB
NottinghamWebsite
emmanuel houseEmmanuel HouseDo you need help or support with housing, homelessness, maintaining a tenancy, or welfare and benefits? We support people who are homeless in Nottingham – whether they are rough sleeping, living in hostels or sofa surfing, as well as those who are in crisis or at risk of homelessness. For more information about our support services for people who are homeless, please call 0115 9507140 or email support@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.Websitesupport@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.0115 9507140
Peterborough3 pillars3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless & Supporting the Community
SHREWSBURYSHREWSBURY ARKSHREWSBURY ARKThe Shrewsbury Ark Provides Ongoing Support and Day Centre facilities for the homeless and vulnerable in our community We never charge for our services and never turn anyone away. The Ark Day Centre is currently open Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm for drop-in support, appointments and the following clinics: ​​ Tuesday – Hepatitis C Clinic and Shropshire Recovery Partnership Wednesday – SALUTE Counselling Thursday – GP Clinic Friday – Community Football ​ Please note we do not provide overnight accommodation or open at the weekend. To arrange an appointment to use our facilities please call: 01743 363 305 The Ark Shop is situated on Caste Street in Shrewsbury. Please call 01743 236 989 to arrange a time to drop off donations. Website32 Castle Foregate Shrewsbury SY1 2EHark@shrewsburyark.co.uk01743 363 305
Cambridge
TownimageOrganisation nameAboutwebsiteAddressEmailPhone numberFacebook
BEDFORDQPCOQueen’s Park Community OrganisationQueen’s Park Community Organisation is a grassroots organisation and registered charity (1199226) targeting the most deprived areas in Bedford. We have four objectives, Welfare, Capacity Building, Recreation and Relief of Poverty. As a Bedford Charity, we empower local people to make a difference by building bridges between communities, schools and organisations via our 3 current programs:www.qpco.org.uk"> admin@qpco.org.uk 07824 035000
BOURNEMOUTHBundles that loveBundles that loveOur aim is to bring comfort in crisis to those who need it in the BCP area. We provide baby and children’s clothing up to age 5, essential baby items such as: sterilisers, cots, pushchairs and bedding, and other needed items for the family such as hygiene products. Through our project, we hope to alleviate some of the struggles that may be faced.118 Haviland Road, Boscombe, BH7 6HW , Bournemouth, United Kingdom admin@bundlesthatlove.org
CAMBRIDGEThe Edge CafesCambridge's Cafés with a Cause: Compassion through Community Brookfields Recovery hub: therapeutic groups and activities Vibrant community cafés: fabulous homemade food Brookfields Food hub: tackling food poverty and food waste With cafes in Cambridge and Fulbourn, a recovery hub and Food Hub gail@theedgecafecambridge.com01223 212 478
growkidsGrowkidsGrowKids provides free, and accepts donations of, pre-loved clothes and baby equipment in good condition for ages 0- 10. We also accept clothes and uniforms for primary school children. At GrowKids we seek to partner with families, to support them as they raise their children. Families can be signposted to us by agencies, or contact us themselves. We accept requests regardless of background, income, or faith, from families within Cambridge and surrounding villages. We can signpost to other agencies for support when appropriate/necessary. Vineyard Centre. (GF3, Building 2 Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge Campus King's Hedges Road Cambridge, CB4 2HY) tel:07913029093
Edge cafe outsideThe Edge Cafe - CambridgeA vibrant cafe for all the community. Serving a range of fresh, homemade cooked breakfasts and lunch, tea, coffee, chilled drinks and a delicious variety of cakes. Vegan options available. A place to just be and feel welcome no matter how your day is going. Take a seat inside or at one of our outdoor tables and enjoy the amazing artwork exhibited by local artists around the cafe. The EDGE Café @ Brookfields opening times: Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 16:00 Find us at Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF Contact:
Edge cafe fulbournThe EDGE @ FulbournThe Edge Café opened a new Café on Monday 3rd April at the Fulbourn Resource Centre on the Fulbourn Hospital site. Open to staff, patients and the general public, the menu is similar to The Edge @ Brookfields serving coffee, home baked cakes, paninis, our fabulous quiche, baked potatoes and more. The new café known as The Edge @ Fulbourn, is open 6 days a week from 9 - 4 Monday to Friday and 9 - 1:30pm Saturday. Find us at Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF Contact: 07940 468 478 We look forward to welcoming you to this new and impressive space with indoor and outdoor seating.Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF
https://www.theedgecafecambridge.org/recovery-hubThe journey of developing a ‘Recovery Hub’ for Cambridgeshire started as a vision several years ago. We saw that there was a something missing, people who were leaving specialist treatment services didn't have a place to go that they could call their own, to support them to sustain long term recovery and prevent relapse. The EDGE has been very lucky to date and has already been offered countless hours of support and donations from organisations and individuals, and funders. We'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you. If you would like to support us in making the Cambridge Recovery Hub happen, you can do so by donating or by offering practical help. Do you work with an organisation you feel we'd work well with too? Do you have a specific skill that you wish to put to work for a good cause? Are you in recovery yourself and wish to get involved? We'd love to hear from you! For all enquiries, please contact gail@theedgecafecambridge.com
communityfridgecommunity food hub and community fridgeThe EDGE Café @ Brookfields is proud to be the first (and founding) community food hub and community fridge set up in Cambridge City. We are working in conjunction with Cambridge Sustainable Food, Food Poverty Alliance, FareShare and Neighbourly as part of their mission to combat hunger and cut down on food waste. Details of other food hubs in the Cambridge area founded as a result of the Covid pandemic can be found here. Through FareShare and Neighbourly we are allocated daily quantities of food from all of the major supermarkets, and this is weighed and displayed for people to access each day from Monday to Saturday. How much, and what food, varies from day to day. We encourage the community to use the food hub as a place to donate any unopened, in-date food they may have.Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF
Wintercomfort Final Logos_RGB-page-001Wintercomfort for the homeless and vulnerably housedWintercomfort is an information, advice, training and support centre in Cambridge for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed. Open daily throughout the year, we encourage and empower our service users to overcome disadvantage and to make positive, long-term changes to improve their lives.01223 518140
Hertfordshire feed-up-warm-up-homeless-charity-logo-1536x1086Feed Up Warm UpHomeless out reach team that runs two drop in sessions a week in two towns and our outreach teams. We’re here to help. You can now contact us on 0778 8511390 with any food or donation referrals, emergency care needs, school visits, or media-related queries. Messages will be responded to between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday to Friday (emergencies are an exception).01462 659139
Huntingdonproperty angelsThe Property Angels FoundationThe Property Angels Foundation is a registered C.I.C (Community Interest Company) which supports families affected by domestic abuse throughout St Neots, Huntingdon, St Ives and the surrounding villages We work with organisations such as the local NHS Social Prescribing Teams, Cambridge/Peterborough Women’s Aid, Mid Cambs Refuge, the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership Cambridge and Peterborough, IMPAKT, the local authorities and other specialist agencies, providing families with ‘Back to Life’ support.
LondonSHP [single hless project]Single Homeless ProjectHomelessness doesn't define you. It's an experience, not a forever. With your help, we can end homelessness for hundreds of Londoners.Single Homeless Project, 245 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8QYsee contact form on website: contact form
Manchestercoffee4craig logo Coffee4CraigOffering respite, hot food and much more to anyone who is street homeless in Manchester… The Meanwhile drop-in that is open every single evening.www.coffee4craig.org ">Coffee4Craig, The Meanwhile, Unit 5, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester, M3 1FB
Peterborough3 pillars3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless & Supporting the Community
SHREWSBURYSHREWSBURY ARKSHREWSBURY ARKThe Shrewsbury Ark Provides Ongoing Support and Day Centre facilities for the homeless and vulnerable in our community We never charge for our services and never turn anyone away. The Ark Day Centre is currently open Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm for drop-in support, appointments and the following clinics: ​​ Tuesday – Hepatitis C Clinic and Shropshire Recovery Partnership Wednesday – SALUTE Counselling Thursday – GP Clinic Friday – Community Football ​ Please note we do not provide overnight accommodation or open at the weekend. To arrange an appointment to use our facilities please call: 01743 363 305 The Ark Shop is situated on Caste Street in Shrewsbury. Please call 01743 236 989 to arrange a time to drop off donations. 32 Castle Foregate Shrewsbury SY1 2EHark@shrewsburyark.co.uk01743 363 305

Towns and Organisations for the Homeless

TownimageOrganisation nameAboutwebsiteAddressEmailPhone numberFacebook
Edge cafe outsideA vibrant cafe for all the community. Serving a range of fresh, homemade cooked breakfasts and lunch, tea, coffee, chilled drinks and a delicious variety of cakes. Vegan options available. A place to just be and feel welcome no matter how your day is going. Take a seat inside or at one of our outdoor tables and enjoy the amazing artwork exhibited by local artists around the cafe. The EDGE Café @ Brookfields opening times: Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 16:00 Find us at Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF Contact: Edge Cafe Cambridge">Website
Edge cafe fulbournThe EDGE @ FulbournThe Edge Café opened a new Café on Monday 3rd April at the Fulbourn Resource Centre on the Fulbourn Hospital site. Open to staff, patients and the general public, the menu is similar to The Edge @ Brookfields serving coffee, home baked cakes, paninis, our fabulous quiche, baked potatoes and more. The new café known as The Edge @ Fulbourn, is open 6 days a week from 9 - 4 Monday to Friday and 9 - 1:30pm Saturday. Find us at Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF Contact: 07940 468 478 We look forward to welcoming you to this new and impressive space with indoor and outdoor seating.WebsiteFulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF
https://www.theedgecafecambridge.org/recovery-hubThe journey of developing a ‘Recovery Hub’ for Cambridgeshire started as a vision several years ago. We saw that there was a something missing, people who were leaving specialist treatment services didn't have a place to go that they could call their own, to support them to sustain long term recovery and prevent relapse. The EDGE has been very lucky to date and has already been offered countless hours of support and donations from organisations and individuals, and funders. We'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you. If you would like to support us in making the Cambridge Recovery Hub happen, you can do so by donating or by offering practical help. Do you work with an organisation you feel we'd work well with too? Do you have a specific skill that you wish to put to work for a good cause? Are you in recovery yourself and wish to get involved? We'd love to hear from you! For all enquiries, please contact gail@theedgecafecambridge.comWebsite
communityfridgecommunity food hub and community fridgeThe EDGE Café @ Brookfields is proud to be the first (and founding) community food hub and community fridge set up in Cambridge City. We are working in conjunction with Cambridge Sustainable Food, Food Poverty Alliance, FareShare and Neighbourly as part of their mission to combat hunger and cut down on food waste. Details of other food hubs in the Cambridge area founded as a result of the Covid pandemic can be found here. Through FareShare and Neighbourly we are allocated daily quantities of food from all of the major supermarkets, and this is weighed and displayed for people to access each day from Monday to Saturday. How much, and what food, varies from day to day. We encourage the community to use the food hub as a place to donate any unopened, in-date food they may have.WebsiteBrookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF
Wintercomfort Final Logos_RGB-page-001Wintercomfort for the homeless and vulnerably housedWintercomfort is an information, advice, training and support centre in Cambridge for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed. Open daily throughout the year, we encourage and empower our service users to overcome disadvantage and to make positive, long-term changes to improve their lives.01223 518140
EXETER Originating as a community project providing humanitarian response to rough sleepers in Exeter, the charity officially opened its doors in December 1994, having being given permission by the Central Parish of Exeter to adapt two thirds of St Petrock’s church for use as a homeless centre. Over 600 people every year face homelessness and multiple disadvantages in Exeter and the surrounding areas. Many of those who use St Petrock’s are people often viewed as being on the fringes of, or outside of, society. They include rough-sleepers, those being supported in accommodation subsequent to homelessness, those facing imminent homelessness, those released from prison and those discharged from hospital, mental health facilities/specialist accommodation.Website
Hertfordshire feed-up-warm-up-homeless-charity-logo-1536x1086Feed Up Warm UpHomeless out reach team that runs two drop in sessions a week in two towns and our outreach teams. We’re here to help. You can now contact us on 0778 8511390 with any food or donation referrals, emergency care needs, school visits, or media-related queries. Messages will be responded to between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday to Friday (emergencies are an exception).Website01462 659139
Hertford
LondonSHP [single hless project]Single Homeless ProjectHomelessness doesn't define you. It's an experience, not a forever. With your help, we can end homelessness for hundreds of Londoners.WebsiteSingle Homeless Project, 245 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8QYsee contact form on website: contact form
Manchestercoffee4craig logo Coffee4CraigOffering respite, hot food and much more to anyone who is street homeless in Manchester… The Meanwhile drop-in that is open every single evening.www.coffee4craig.org ">WebsiteCoffee4Craig, The Meanwhile, Unit 5, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester, M3 1FB
NottinghamWebsite
emmanuel houseEmmanuel HouseDo you need help or support with housing, homelessness, maintaining a tenancy, or welfare and benefits? We support people who are homeless in Nottingham – whether they are rough sleeping, living in hostels or sofa surfing, as well as those who are in crisis or at risk of homelessness. For more information about our support services for people who are homeless, please call 0115 9507140 or email support@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.Websitesupport@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.0115 9507140
Peterborough3 pillars3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless & Supporting the Community
SHREWSBURYSHREWSBURY ARKSHREWSBURY ARKThe Shrewsbury Ark Provides Ongoing Support and Day Centre facilities for the homeless and vulnerable in our community We never charge for our services and never turn anyone away. The Ark Day Centre is currently open Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm for drop-in support, appointments and the following clinics: ​​ Tuesday – Hepatitis C Clinic and Shropshire Recovery Partnership Wednesday – SALUTE Counselling Thursday – GP Clinic Friday – Community Football ​ Please note we do not provide overnight accommodation or open at the weekend. To arrange an appointment to use our facilities please call: 01743 363 305 The Ark Shop is situated on Caste Street in Shrewsbury. Please call 01743 236 989 to arrange a time to drop off donations. Website32 Castle Foregate Shrewsbury SY1 2EHark@shrewsburyark.co.uk01743 363 305
Cambridge
TownimageOrganisation nameAboutwebsiteAddressEmailPhone numberFacebook
BEDFORDQPCOQueen’s Park Community OrganisationQueen’s Park Community Organisation is a grassroots organisation and registered charity (1199226) targeting the most deprived areas in Bedford. We have four objectives, Welfare, Capacity Building, Recreation and Relief of Poverty. As a Bedford Charity, we empower local people to make a difference by building bridges between communities, schools and organisations via our 3 current programs:www.qpco.org.uk"> admin@qpco.org.uk 07824 035000
BOURNEMOUTHBundles that loveBundles that loveOur aim is to bring comfort in crisis to those who need it in the BCP area. We provide baby and children’s clothing up to age 5, essential baby items such as: sterilisers, cots, pushchairs and bedding, and other needed items for the family such as hygiene products. Through our project, we hope to alleviate some of the struggles that may be faced.118 Haviland Road, Boscombe, BH7 6HW , Bournemouth, United Kingdom admin@bundlesthatlove.org
CAMBRIDGEThe Edge CafesCambridge's Cafés with a Cause: Compassion through Community Brookfields Recovery hub: therapeutic groups and activities Vibrant community cafés: fabulous homemade food Brookfields Food hub: tackling food poverty and food waste With cafes in Cambridge and Fulbourn, a recovery hub and Food Hub gail@theedgecafecambridge.com01223 212 478
growkidsGrowkidsGrowKids provides free, and accepts donations of, pre-loved clothes and baby equipment in good condition for ages 0- 10. We also accept clothes and uniforms for primary school children. At GrowKids we seek to partner with families, to support them as they raise their children. Families can be signposted to us by agencies, or contact us themselves. We accept requests regardless of background, income, or faith, from families within Cambridge and surrounding villages. We can signpost to other agencies for support when appropriate/necessary. Vineyard Centre. (GF3, Building 2 Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge Campus King's Hedges Road Cambridge, CB4 2HY) tel:07913029093
Edge cafe outsideThe Edge Cafe - CambridgeA vibrant cafe for all the community. Serving a range of fresh, homemade cooked breakfasts and lunch, tea, coffee, chilled drinks and a delicious variety of cakes. Vegan options available. A place to just be and feel welcome no matter how your day is going. Take a seat inside or at one of our outdoor tables and enjoy the amazing artwork exhibited by local artists around the cafe. The EDGE Café @ Brookfields opening times: Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 16:00 Find us at Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF Contact:
Edge cafe fulbournThe EDGE @ FulbournThe Edge Café opened a new Café on Monday 3rd April at the Fulbourn Resource Centre on the Fulbourn Hospital site. Open to staff, patients and the general public, the menu is similar to The Edge @ Brookfields serving coffee, home baked cakes, paninis, our fabulous quiche, baked potatoes and more. The new café known as The Edge @ Fulbourn, is open 6 days a week from 9 - 4 Monday to Friday and 9 - 1:30pm Saturday. Find us at Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF Contact: 07940 468 478 We look forward to welcoming you to this new and impressive space with indoor and outdoor seating.Fulbourn Resource Centre, Fulbourn Hospital site, Cambridge CB21 5EF
https://www.theedgecafecambridge.org/recovery-hubThe journey of developing a ‘Recovery Hub’ for Cambridgeshire started as a vision several years ago. We saw that there was a something missing, people who were leaving specialist treatment services didn't have a place to go that they could call their own, to support them to sustain long term recovery and prevent relapse. The EDGE has been very lucky to date and has already been offered countless hours of support and donations from organisations and individuals, and funders. We'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you. If you would like to support us in making the Cambridge Recovery Hub happen, you can do so by donating or by offering practical help. Do you work with an organisation you feel we'd work well with too? Do you have a specific skill that you wish to put to work for a good cause? Are you in recovery yourself and wish to get involved? We'd love to hear from you! For all enquiries, please contact gail@theedgecafecambridge.com
communityfridgecommunity food hub and community fridgeThe EDGE Café @ Brookfields is proud to be the first (and founding) community food hub and community fridge set up in Cambridge City. We are working in conjunction with Cambridge Sustainable Food, Food Poverty Alliance, FareShare and Neighbourly as part of their mission to combat hunger and cut down on food waste. Details of other food hubs in the Cambridge area founded as a result of the Covid pandemic can be found here. Through FareShare and Neighbourly we are allocated daily quantities of food from all of the major supermarkets, and this is weighed and displayed for people to access each day from Monday to Saturday. How much, and what food, varies from day to day. We encourage the community to use the food hub as a place to donate any unopened, in-date food they may have.Brookfields Hospital site, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF
Wintercomfort Final Logos_RGB-page-001Wintercomfort for the homeless and vulnerably housedWintercomfort is an information, advice, training and support centre in Cambridge for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed. Open daily throughout the year, we encourage and empower our service users to overcome disadvantage and to make positive, long-term changes to improve their lives.01223 518140
Hertfordshire feed-up-warm-up-homeless-charity-logo-1536x1086Feed Up Warm UpHomeless out reach team that runs two drop in sessions a week in two towns and our outreach teams. We’re here to help. You can now contact us on 0778 8511390 with any food or donation referrals, emergency care needs, school visits, or media-related queries. Messages will be responded to between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday to Friday (emergencies are an exception).01462 659139
Huntingdonproperty angelsThe Property Angels FoundationThe Property Angels Foundation is a registered C.I.C (Community Interest Company) which supports families affected by domestic abuse throughout St Neots, Huntingdon, St Ives and the surrounding villages We work with organisations such as the local NHS Social Prescribing Teams, Cambridge/Peterborough Women’s Aid, Mid Cambs Refuge, the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership Cambridge and Peterborough, IMPAKT, the local authorities and other specialist agencies, providing families with ‘Back to Life’ support.
LondonSHP [single hless project]Single Homeless ProjectHomelessness doesn't define you. It's an experience, not a forever. With your help, we can end homelessness for hundreds of Londoners.Single Homeless Project, 245 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8QYsee contact form on website: contact form
Manchestercoffee4craig logo Coffee4CraigOffering respite, hot food and much more to anyone who is street homeless in Manchester… The Meanwhile drop-in that is open every single evening.www.coffee4craig.org ">Coffee4Craig, The Meanwhile, Unit 5, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester, M3 1FB
Peterborough3 pillars3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless & Supporting the Community
SHREWSBURYSHREWSBURY ARKSHREWSBURY ARKThe Shrewsbury Ark Provides Ongoing Support and Day Centre facilities for the homeless and vulnerable in our community We never charge for our services and never turn anyone away. The Ark Day Centre is currently open Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm for drop-in support, appointments and the following clinics: ​​ Tuesday – Hepatitis C Clinic and Shropshire Recovery Partnership Wednesday – SALUTE Counselling Thursday – GP Clinic Friday – Community Football ​ Please note we do not provide overnight accommodation or open at the weekend. To arrange an appointment to use our facilities please call: 01743 363 305 The Ark Shop is situated on Caste Street in Shrewsbury. Please call 01743 236 989 to arrange a time to drop off donations. 32 Castle Foregate Shrewsbury SY1 2EHark@shrewsburyark.co.uk01743 363 305