Our supporters

Thank you so much!

You make the difference

First of all, a huge thanks to all 500+ volunteers, who are the backbone of our charity. Without you, we simply could not operate.

And the same is true of our 30 or so host churches, and all the other local churches and groups who supported us through volunteering and donations.  Your help has been indispensable.

We so appreciate the help we receive from our key corporate partners – wonderful food from Marks & Spencer and Eden Catering, and support in getting homeless people back into housing from Kirkland and Ellis.

We owe a particularly warm thank you to 150 brave and spirited folk who sleep out under the stars at our annual November SleepOut, our biggest fundraising event of the year.  And to Southwark Cathedral for hosting the SleepOut and for your unstinting support and encouragement throughout the year

Many hands, working together

We extend our heart-felt thanks to our patrons, all the volunteers, churches, individuals, corporations, trusts and foundations whose contributions have made our work possible this past year.

Your unheralded generosity has allowed us to continue to save lives and give hope to the men and women who find themselves homeless in our part of London who have nowhere else to turn.

Get involved

Just get in touch to join the team.

Or, read more about how to volunteer, fundraise, donate, host our night shelter, or join our corporate partners.

Latest News

Robes selected as Charity of the Year

We are very excited to be chosen as the Lee & Thompson 2017 Charity of the Year! We look forward to working with Lee & Thompson in the future and are hugely appreciative of their support. Firms like theirs help us to continue to aid the homeless during the...

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Robes Project Christmas Cards ready!

Our very own Robes Project Christmas Cards, designed by Nicky Nicholls specifically for the 2016 season, are ready! Cards will soon be available for purchase from: Team Leaders at Church venues hosting this year's winter night shelter The Southwark Cathedral Shop The...

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