OUTREACH

CHARITY OUTREACH DUTIES

For nearly 12 years, the charity teams have been on the streets of the United Kingdom, helping our homeless ex-service personnel when and where possible.

The London outreach site was set up back in early 2010 outside St John's Church, Waterloo - right opposite the station. For years, Waterloo was reported to be the 'capital of the kingdom of the homeless' or 'Cardboard City' as it also became known as. 

 

This meant a big displacement of the homeless and now you will find our teams all over the city, every Wednesday and Sunday 52 weeks of the year . You will find the charity team feeding , clothing and giving free advice and help to our homeless ex-service personnel.

OUTREACH VEHICLE HERO 3

 

This vehicle is the first of the charity's three outreach vehicles which are custom built with microwave, hot water boiler and hand washing facilities. Above the bulk head is built-in storage for food and in the back racked storage for sleeping bags- full range of kit to give a lifeline to our lads and lasses rough sleeping on our streets.

This vehicle  was kindly donated by our charity patron Mr Barry Albin OBE through his company F.A Albin & Sons who repatriated all our fallen heroes from the Armed Services. HERO 3, like all our outreach vehicles, carry a 5 star food hygiene certificate and first aid kits. 

It is with great sadness that Barry passed away in 2015, but his legacy will always be appreciated. 
 

Hero 5 down on the sea front in Brighton headed by former Royal Marine David Lilburn MBE. 

Our ever growing fleet of outreach vehicles. Here are Heroes 2, 3, 4 and 5 are on parade. 

This is UK Homes 4 Heroes' Head of London - Miss Michelle Thorpe who shows the same passion as all the team at the charity.

Below is the Bournemouth Outreach team.