Latest Newsletter – and a fond farewell!

Latest Newsletter – and a fond farewell!

Our latest newsletter has been published, featuring updates on our activities and initiatives to help local homeless and vulnerably-housed people in and around Merton.  Download it here – FIA newsletter May 2019. This Easter saw the retirement of long-serving...
Drop-in manager honoured by Merton Council

Drop-in manager honoured by Merton Council

On 29 January 2019, at a reception in Merton Civic Centre, our Drop-in manager Andy Fairbairn received a certificate from the Mayor of Merton, Cllr. Mary Curtin, for his outstanding ten years service with Faith in Action Merton Homelessness Project. The...
Christmas lunch for 93

Christmas lunch for 93

The Merton Homeless Drop-in Christmas lunch was enjoyed by 93 service users on Wednesday 19 December. The photo shows carols before lunch. Thank you to generous donors who made it all possible, and to staff and volunteers for all their hard...
Homeless Drop-In repainted

Homeless Drop-In repainted

We’re really grateful to members of the Brazilian Pentecostal Church who have just repainted the Homeless Drop-In’s interior walls. (The Brazilians also hire the same Salvation Army hall in Kingston Road.) The hall looks so much cleaner and brighter now,...
Christmas donations 2018

Christmas donations 2018

Christmas donations for homeless people Those who use the Merton Homeless Drop-In would be particularly grateful for the following items: Sleeping bags: really useful in an emergency. Mobile phones: service users need simple functioning mobile phones so they can be...
Autumn newsletter, AGM & Open Evening 2018

Autumn newsletter, AGM & Open Evening 2018

>> Download the FIA newsletter Autumn 2018. The Merton Homeless Drop-In is run by professional staff, assisted by a large number of volunteers to whom we are very grateful. Volunteers work in the Drop-In in a variety of roles, from welcoming service users, to cooking...
Harvest Festival 2018

Harvest Festival 2018

Harvest Festival donations for homeless people Those who use the Merton Homeless Drop-In would be particularly grateful for the following items: Tins of meat or fish with a ring pull – spam, ham, corned beef, etc Coffee Sugar Nutella Peanut butter Shampoo Toothbrushes...
96 service users!

96 service users!

We normally expect to see about 70 service users per homeless drop-in session in July and August. On Wednesday 19 July there were suddenly 96! This is because a neighbouring homeless drop-in was unexpectedly closed, just for one day. Our staff and volunteers coped...

Privacy Policy

The Faith in Action Merton Homelessness Project Privacy Policy notice is available to be downloaded from this webpage. >> See FIAMHP Privacy Policy notice April...

Notice of General Meeting

There will be a General Meeting of the Faith in Action Merton Homelessness Project on Thursday 19 July 2018 at the Wimbledon Guild. The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new Trustee.