Harvest of Grace Trinity Centre is a voluntary organisation that provides hot meals every Saturday in Wandsworth for those in need, especially older people and homeless people. The charity also offers befriending, mentoring and other support to help people access local community services and training, education and volunteering.
The service is volunteer-led and the venue (at John Morris House community centre) is sponsored for a fixed time by Viridian Housing. Current services include:
- Wednesday afternoons: befriending and social club for older people
- Saturdays from 10am to 4pm: Breakfast and lunch club, providing free hot meals.
Harvest of Grace Trinity Centre is a Charitable Organisation that cares for the homeless, destitute, vulnerable and disadvantaged elderly and young people. We provide warm freshly cooked breakfasts and lunches for an average of 200 homeless and destitute people every Saturday all year round. In addition, during weekdays we involve our service users in sports such as football, also provide them with support services, companionship, mentoring, helping them to regain their self-confidence, signposting them to other organisations and agencies for housing, training or health care. Our aim is to challenge them to achieve set goals through agreed action plans that will help them to regain control of their lives and gradually re-engage with the community. All these services are provided from donations and our founder's personal funds as well as with the help of our wonderful volunteers who sacrifice their time to provide support the less privileged.
How You Can Help:
To continue the delivery of quality service to our service users and in consideration of increased demand for our services during the coming summer season, we need your support to continue to provide the Saturday breakfast and lunch (which in most cases is their only source of hot food in a week).
Your financial support will help us to give additional support to our service users.
This project is not funded or supported by any government agency or department; we seriously need you to sponsor us to help these less privileged members of our community. We need your financial and in-kind assistance to continue to provide our services. We are appealing for donations from you and would be happy to receive a one-off donation or regular giving towards this project. We will also appreciate donations of food items, sanitary materials, clothes and if possible your time to help in the kitchen on any Saturday or mentor any of our service users.
Equally as important are our outstanding volunteers. If you would like to become a volunteer in any way, please get in contact.
Your love for humanity and the less privileged spurs us and make us to be resolutely committed to this project. All donations will go directly towards providing humanitarian relief to service users. However small the donation, we will always acknowledge and appreciate it.