Since the 1870s, The Whitechapel Mission has served Londoner's experiencing homelessness, hunger and other crises. Each meal and every service is an invitation to join our community programs that help guests make progress towards individual goals such as regaining sobriety, reconnecting with family and preparing for work and independent living.

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The Whitechapel Mission serves homeless and hungry Londoners and provides services that meet their immediate needs and transform their lives from poverty and hopelessness to hope. With help from our donors, we remain open and serving

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Covid-19

How We Change Lives

COVID-19 Relief

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£ 500.00

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  • In the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we remain committed to serve people struggling with homelessness, poverty and other crises — people who need our help now more than ever. YOU can provide nutritious meals and essential programs and services.
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Christmas Meal

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£ 1000.00

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  • Each Christmas meal at The Whitechapel Mission costs just £0.50. YOU can provide 2,000 meals so that our guests can receive much-needed nourishment. And oftentimes, a meal at The Whitechapel Mission leads to the next steps for life-change.
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Community Programmes

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£ 5,000.00

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  • Adults enter our programs seeking a path to independent living. YOU can give highly relational and individualized care, with specific, measurable goals for wellness, recovery, employment, housing and more.
     
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Housing Advice 1,924

offered housing advice

Clothes Delivered 244,128

articles of clothing given

Meals Served 243,354

meals served

100% Donation Policy

Donation Pie Chart

How we use your donations

The Trustees of the Whitechapel Mission are proud to confirm that we operate on a unique 100% donations policy. Every penny of every donation received is used strictly for charitable purposes.

The Trustees understand the importance and responsibility that comes with running a charity and accountability it brings.

All the charity's administrative and fundraising costs are covered by:

  • Investment income
  • Income generated from the Whitechapel Mission building. Money raised from rental income