On Friday 19 November, the RESTART team and others will be sleeping outside on the pavement in London for one night to raise awareness and much-needed funds. We’re looking for people up for a challenge to join us, sleep out and help us RESTART Lives.
We are a small, London-based charity whose objective is to support homeless people to overcome the challenges of life ‘on the streets’. Our staff and volunteers assist guests in securing accommodation, finding employment, improving social relationships, mental health and well-being, and developing the confidence and readiness to return to independent living.
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*** Exciting news!! *** ...... As we expand our programmes at RESTART this year, we'd love to have some extra help and support weekly to coordinate volunteering and communications. We are looking for someone to become a Volunteer Coordinator who will help manage...
Our new chief executive Nicola Miller talks about how RESTART is keeping homeless people connected as they face the ‘power poverty’ of Covid-19. The power of staying connected With lockdown restrictions expected to remain in place to some degree for several...
On Saturday 23rd November, we trialled a new project called 'RESTART on the Road'. The aim of the initiative is to head out, on a Saturday evening, into London to feed rough sleepers who may have a more limited choice of services at the weekend. On this run, we had a...
Meals served since March 2020
Are you passionate about alleviating homelessness, poverty and vulnerability?
Can you spare a few hours a week?
If yes, then get involved!
"I took [the job] and I made it work. You can't help a guy 100%. You gave me 50% and I gave myself the other 50%"
"You should see people's faces light up when they see the snacks and treats you have [at the drop-in]!"
– Guest, 2020.
"We know our guests and their life stories. We take time to listen, get to know them and understand their concerns"
– Phil, Drop-in Manager, 2018.
"Thank your for phone call and offer of support, it's very good of you. Talking to one another, this is how we progress"
– Guest, 2020.
Please get in touch if you would like to help us support homeless and vulnerable adults and respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.