Bringing hope where there is despair
We believe everyone deserves a chance, regardless of their background, race or religion.
We are open every day of the year and expect to see as many as 300 homeless and vulnerable men and women each day. And we do this without public funding.
We know that we can, and are, making a positive and lasting difference to the people who ask for our help.
Three Peaks Challenge - The Peaky Drivers - raised 1062.50
Georgiana Oana, Angie Berry, Samantha Butler, Jade Aymer, Katie Cooney, Mark Gale, Joseph Palmer, Daniel Rendall and Richard Baker.
We are all train drivers from the London Overground depot at New Cross Gate who are going to attempt to climb the highest mountains of England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours to raise money for the Whitechapel Mission. We will climb each peak in turn, and will then drive from the foot of one mountain to the next.
A gift that makes a real difference.
Looking for the perfect present? Don’t know what to buy?
How about a gift that can help change the life of a homeless person?
Whatever your budget and whoever you’d like to buy for, there’s a full range for you choose from. And to recognise your donation we’ll send a gift certificate in the name of your friend, relative or loved one for them to open on their special day.
pennies from heaven
Net pay rounded down to the nearest pound with the pennies donated to charity. Earn £850.34 then 34p to charity
Individuals sign up once and from then on every salary is rounded down to the nearest pound with the pennies donated to charity. If net pay was £850.34 then 34p would be donated. Donation is between 0-99p.
UK mountain charity challenges
Help raise money and awareness whilst tackling a mountain challenge
ExpedAdventure organise and run bespoke UK mountain charity challenges and International treks. ExpedAdventure organise all the challenge logistics so you can focus on getting fit and raising awareness and funds for your charity.
We pledge to be open every day and pledge to make a difference for as many people as possible.
But, only if you can pledge to support us.
We offer free food, free showers, free clothing and free advice and counseling to all those in genuine need.
Free access to medical advice, free access to educational classes and free access to benefits advice, job club and housing advice.
Daycentre open 6am every day of the year, and staff on-site 24 hours a day.
We are open to all, regardless of their background, race, sex, religion or origin.