Welcome to Faith in Action Merton Homelessness Project (FiA)
We are open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.00am to 2.30pm. A 2-course hot lunch is available, as well as laundry, showers, access to the internet, breakfast and hot drinks all day. Rough sleepers can also receive food parcels, sleeping bags, underwear and donated clean clothes.
Our expert team can advise on accommodation and job searching, and provide access to other services such as alcohol/drug dependency support, medical help, refugee advice etc., as well as leave to remain guidance.
Please note: All staff, volunteers and guests are asked to wear face coverings when moving around the Drop-in.
If you are homeless or vulnerably-housed, just pop into the Drop-in during the above opening hours and be assured of a warm welcome. Or if you would like to make an appointment to see one of our team members, please contact us on 07843 280419 or email us at email@example.com.
Venue: the Merton Homeless Drop-In takes place at the Salvation Army Hall, 109 Kingston Road, London SW19 1LT.
Resources: Here are a variety of resources providing information about the work of the Drop-In.
Donating to the Drop-in
We are a charity and rely on your support to maintain this essential work. Please help.
Support the ‘Square Meal Appeal’ every month.
- £5 pays for two Square Meals
- £10 pays for razors for two weeks to enable service users to shower and shave
- £17 pays the cost of one average service user’s day at the Drop-In
- £30 pays for two new, warm sleeping bags which we give out to those rough sleeping
- £50 pays for a month’s worth of the warm socks and underclothes our service users need
- £100 pays for a UK passport, providing ID needed for job applications.
Donate supplies We can receive donations when the Drop-In is open, Wednesdays and Fridays 10.00am to 2.30pm.
>> Download FiA useful donations.
Faith in Action on Twitter
See Twitter for the latest from the Merton Homeless Drop-In.
Video produced by media students at Brooklands College, Weybridge
This 4-minute film tells the story of Ryan, a homeless young man who visits the Faith in Action Merton Homeless Drop-In. Click on the video below.