Please donate and help us to end street homelessness.

The Passage helps 150 people every day at our safe and welcoming resource centre which provides hot food, showers and clean clothing, specialist mental and physical health care and routes off the street into accommodation, employment and training.

Of every £1 we spend, 93p goes directly to our frontline work with those who are street homeless.

Whether you would like to make a single or regular donation, your help will enable us to support more people out of homelessness.

Other methods of donating

By post

You can make a single donation by completing a donations form with your debit or credit card details or attaching a cheque payable to The Passage and sending it to The Passage, St. Vincent’s Centre, Carlisle Place, SW1P 1NL.

Please sign the Gift Declaration on the form if you are a UK tax payer.

By telephone

You can make a donation by telephone using your debit or credit card by calling 0845 880 0689.  You will be asked if you are eligible for Gift Aid.

To make a regular donation

To give a regular amount – monthly, quarterly, or annually- please complete the bankers order form and post it to The Passage at the address above.

Please sign the Gift Declaration on the form if you are a UK tax payer.

Through Payroll Giving

If your employer operates a Payroll Giving Scheme, you can make a donation to The Passage, which will be deducted from your salary before PAYE tax is calculated. Please call 020 7592 1856 if you would like more information.

  • £4 pays for food for a homeless person in the Resource Centre for one day
  • £21 pays for our trained staff to give a homeless person much-needed advice
  • £100 enables us to provide training for one person (frontline staff) for a week
  • £180 provides a day's heating and hot water at our Resource Centre
  • £1,375 subsidises the cost of a week's meals at our Resource Centre
  • £3,000 pays for a qualified drug and alcohol worker for a month
Photo of the face of Henry

Henry, a former client of The Passage, speaks about his experiences of homelessness and using our services.

Watch Henry's story