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The Companions of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (CoM) is a key volunteer force for delivering the charitable work of the Order of Malta in Great Britain — a Catholic religious order and ...

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Companion Cafes and Breakfast Club for the homeless.

Date-bound · 2–4 hrs
London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
English
Older peopleRefugees & minorities
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Companions of the Order of Malta
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Summary

Companions Cafes (Soup Kitchen) and Breakfast Club for homeless guests

Detailed description

Volunteers set up the hall, prepare a hot meal or breakfast, serve the food and chat with the homeless guests. The Companion Cafes and Breakfast Club differ in size and location. They range from 20 - 75 guests and 10 - 30 volunteers depending on the project.  


Volunteering Opportunities:

  • Companions Cafe - Spanish Place. Mondays and Thursdays at 18.00 - 20.30 
  • Companions Cafe - East Hill. Tuesdays at 18.00 - 20.30
  • Breakfast Club - Golden Square. Wednesday mornings at 06.15 - 08.30

Getting there

Companions Cafe - Spanish Place: 22 George St, Marylebone, London W1U 3QY | Companions Cafe - East Hill: 96 Northside, East Hill, London SW18 2QU | Breakfast Club: 24 Golden Square W1F 9JR
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About Companions of the Order of Malta

The Companions of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (CoM) is a key volunteer force for delivering the charitable work of the Order of Malta in Great Britain — a Catholic religious order and charity. Our mission is ‘to practise our faith and to practise charity’.

We aim to achieve our mission by, amongst other activities, working with the homeless and poor, volunteering in the Order’s care homes around the country, helping the elderly and disabled (especially on pilgrimages), through religious services and prayer, as well as by our support for overseas initiatives like the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem and other projects.

We are organised on a regional basis, with group coordinators in different parts of England and Scotland.