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A number of projects run through the week in London which you’re invited to participate in.

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Accompanying the Homeless

COVID Government guidelines are followed at all of the CoM projects. Track and Trace for the volunteers and guests, PPE worn by the volunteers and social distancing in each venue.

Wednesdays & Saturdays: Donation Hub for the Homeless

St Joseph’s Hall, Brompton Oratory, 5 Thurloe Place, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RR

Volunteers sort clothes and toiletry donations, take requests from the hotels and Westminster City Council Outreach workers and deliver the items to the centres.
Wednesdays 2 – 5.30pm, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Saturdays 10.30 – 2pm.

For more information please contact Peter Sieyes or Kate MacKenzie.

Mondays & Thursdays: Companions’ Café

St James’s, Spanish Place, 22 George St, Marylebone, London W1U 3QY

Set up at 6pm. Doors open to 25 homeless guests between 7.00 – 8.15pm for food, care, and conversation. 25 guests are admitted to the hall. Hot soup and a picnic is given to any extra guests who arrive. The project was launched in 2014.

For more information, contact Kate MacKenzie by email

Tuesdays: Companions’ Café

East Hill, Wandsworth — 96 Northside, East Hill, London SW18 2QU

Set up from 6pm. Doors open to the homeless guests between 7.00 – 8.15pm for food, care, and conversation. Hot soup and a picnic is given to any extra guests.

For more information please contact Helena by email.

Wednesdays: Breakfast Club

Hosted at the Church of our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory (Challoner Room, 24 Golden Square W1F 9JR, down stairs from the street on Golden Square).

Set up starts 6:30 am, and doors open to our homeless guests from 6.55 – 10am. The parish centre comprises of a kitchen, hall and showers. A hot breakfast is served to the guests who sit at socially distanced tables. There is the opportunity for the guests to have a shower between 7.30 – 10.00am – pre arranged from the week before.

This project was launched in January 2017 and is also keen for helpers who can come for all or some of the time. For information, contact Helena Letman by email, or during summer/school holidays contact Kate by email.

Companionship for the Elderly

The activities for the elderly have been postponed during the Coronavirus pandemic. We look forward to returning to hosting the tea parties and bridge sessions.

Tea parties

We host regular tea parties in St Wilfrids Hall at Brompton Oratory, South Kensington.

About four tea parties a year are held for the elderly and lonely. If you know anyone who would enjoy the tea parties please do contact us. The guests are picked up from where they live, offered tea and cakes. A pianist also attends so the guests have the opportunity to sing some songs with the helpers and Companions too. Do join us.

Recently our youngest helper was eight months old and extremely popular with the Chelsea pensioners! This project has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope to be able to start the tea parties again soon.


There is a Monday lunchtime group that plays bridge with the elderly – any standard welcome!

Get involved!

If you are interested in any of the events and want more information please get in contact.

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or email the London coordinator Kate MacKenzie.