We are a small local charity and our costs are rising. Fund-raising is a continuing challenge. All assistance welcome.
Donate Online See JustGiving.
Make a one-off donation or to join our regular giving scheme.
Support the Square Meal Appeal. Regular donations are enormously valuable and help us to plan our budget. For a leaflet including Square Meal Standing Order and Gift Aid form, please click here.
- £5 per month pays for two Square Meals for a service user
- £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
- £60 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.
Larger amounts gratefully received.
Gift Aid it! Enable Faith in Action Merton Homelessness Project to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift from the Inland Revenue. Tick the Gift Aid box on the FIAMHP form or the JustGiving webpage. (You must pay an amount of Income or Capital Gains Tax equal to your total charitable donations each year.) Please click here for the leaflet and form which includes the Gift Aid declaration.
Other ways to help
Donate supplies We can gratefully receive donations while the Drop-in is open, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am to 3pm.
Fresh in-date food for breakfasts and lunches, preferably with advance notice.
Food for rough sleepers to take away Anything in a tin needs to have a ring-pull. Tins of meat or fish welcome.
Clothing The following are always welcome: new men’s boxer underpants, warm thick socks and warm outerwear. Men’s toiletries too. Lesser amounts of these for women too. (Limited storage space so no large quantities of used clothing.)
>> Download FiA useful donations 2017.
At Christmas we give all service-users a gift: donations of scarves, socks, gloves, underwear and hats are particularly welcome at this time.
Video about the work of the Homeless Drop-In
See the 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.