We’ve spent the last seven years developing our supported housing projects as part of our ministry to homeless people, and this year we’re launching a new short-term supported accommodation project, The Corner House, above our Webber Street day centre for homeless people in Waterloo.
You can help us to make The Corner House happen: look at the volunteer options below, and use the links in the 'How to apply' section to apply!
The Corner House will provide a home for rough sleepers for up to six months without the need to access public funds. We’ll also give them the support they need to move away from life on the street. And, most importantly, we’ll share the good news of Jesus with them in the context of a loving friendship.
Find out more about it in this blogpost by Daniel Coghill.
How to apply
It is the London City Mission’s policy, where appropriate, to require volunteers to obtain a disclosure certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), or the equivalent from their own country. For UK residents this is processed through the Mission as the final part of the application process.
In addition, all London City Mission volunteers must agree to our Statement of Faith and agree to respect the values of the London City Mission.
Volunteer at The Corner House
We are looking for volunteers - from local churches, or further afield - to come and join us once every four weeks to help us make this new work at The Corner House happen. Click below to find out more about the four volunteering options available: