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Support for London’s homeless continues

London, 18 January 2021

Since the start of the year, the Donation Hub (Help the Homeless project) has been running again at the Brompton Oratory. Companions and members of the Order and volunteers make up packs of clothes and toiletries, with the orders taken and delivered across London to the hotels/hostels and Outreach workers assisting the street population. This week, many local residents have brought donations that were then sorted and made into clothing packs. These will be delivered to the homeless next week.

The soup kitchen projects at St James’s Spanish Place, Marylebone, and at East Hill, Wandsworth, are temporarily suspended, due to covid restrictions.

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