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Marylebone Project

The Marylebone Project are now one of the largest women's hostels providing 112 long and short term beds for homeless women. They offer essential facilities and support to women who visit the rough sleepers drop in at the Marylebone Centre. They deliver education, employment and training opportunities and meaningful activities  in order to support service users into independent living. They empower homeless women into independent lives.

They are doing fantastic work with an ethos that each woman is a very special person and through the themes of Spirituality, hospitality, empowerment, resettlement, they believe they are and will continue to make a lasting difference.

How do we help? We donate through our branches or an area:

Holy Innocents, Willesden Area - as a branch we donate toiletries as Christmas gifts, Easter eggs at Easter and throughout the year we donate bedding, and essential kitchen equipment for those setting up home.

Edmonton Area - because many of the women now attend college, paper, pencils folders etc. are required; all donations will be gratefully received. 

If you would like to find out more about the Marylebone Project click on the links below:



Furnish Project

Furnish is a registered charity set up to  re distribute unwanted good quality furniture to vulnerable and homeless people referred to them by partner agencies. Furnish is part of the Shepherds Bush Housing Group that covers West London.
Last year the Willesden Area gave bedding and essential kitchen goods to the homeless and many of whom were homeless pregnant women.


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