A soup kitchen charity hopes to “give humanity” back to homeless people by eating and talking alongside those they have prepared a three-course Christmas meal for.
Streetlytes prepared and served a traditional festive dinner – complete with Christmas presents and a festive film screening – to more than 60 people on Monday evening at St Stephen’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush, west London.
Rudi Richardson founded the charity, which provides free hot meals and basic necessities like clothing and advice, in 2007 after an encounter while he was living on the streets.
Soup kitchen at St Stephen’s church Shepherds Bush @dioceseoflondon hopes to ‘give humanity’ to homeless people with Christmas meal https://t.co/u6DG9RDfoI
— Janet Gough (@Gough_Janet) December 22, 2021