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17 hours ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On Tuesday, a business team from TOTUS prepared food for 90 people and served 89. Spot on catering! The team also gave out 2 sleeping bags and, as most nights, updates were sent to Path Devon. Many thanks to Lloyd and all the volunteers at Totus for their continuing support. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Many thanks to everyone who made Monday night (with the Hope Baptist Church team leading) 'happen'! Vicky and Jean alongSaltash Health Centrelth Centre#jubbengineeringngineering served on the run, with Simon and Kath chatting and listening. On the menu: pasties, soup, sandwiches etc, plus hot drinks and clothes and toiletries. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
A peaceful and productive morning at Shekinah, supporting people who are street homeless. The small team was busy providing cooked breakfasts and access to a shower/clean clothes. Housing advice was shared, and two people signposted to medical support during the week. A person newly housed collected items bought using the Household Support Fund (from Department for Work and Pensions - DWP via Plymouth City Council). All appreciated the opportunity to rest indoors or in the welcoming outdoor space. Thanks to the team including a new volunteer. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
***The music on The Hoe means that, from last night until Sunday, Plymouth Soup Run is only using three stops (Mayflower Street / Money Centre, Martin Street, and King's Road). The Hoe stop will resume on Monday.***It was a damp, quieter night yesterday, with 63 people served. There was plenty of food, with some dropped at George HoBCHA(BCHA). Thanks to the Callington team for once again crossing the Tamar. ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Every Wednesday a team from Mutley Baptist Church serves on Plymouth Soup Run. As well as food, the team always have clothes and toiletries available. Last night, 75 people came to the run, with 12 extra bags collected for family members not able to collect in person. Thanks to all the volunteers and to Tesco for the food donation. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Great #teamwork by St Matts Plymouth on Tuesday when a person needed medical attention, while other people were waiting for their food. The team split so that everyone’s needs were met. 68 people were served with chicken and veg. soup, bacon baps, pasta bake and extras. Four sleeping bags given out. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Last night, Hope Baptist Church fielded an 'individuals' team, ably led by Bev on prep. Special thanks to the volunteers who came last minute as emergency cover! Ben drove a #babcockm #Babcock and friends on the run, with Michael and Bronia as Prayer Pastors. StreetVet volunteers were a welcome addition. Great to hear positive conversations of folks moving forward! The menu: yummy sausage pasta, hot dogs, potato wedges/pasties, plus sandwich bags. 93 served with 115 bags given out. No food left and everyone well fed. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Every week, we collect food from FareShare South West for the Sunday service as in the post below. It really was a bumper collection on Friday, helping to ensure there was plenty of food for everyone and providing both variety and treats. Thanks to ALL the team at the warehouse for their hard work. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
A quieter Sunday with 95 people served. We catered for 120, so there was plenty of food for everyone: sausage casserole or cottage pie, soup, sandwiches, lots of fruit, drinks and treats. Two referrals made to Path Devon. Thanks as always to the team who have been joined by two new volunteers. As #VolunteersWeek closes, we salute everyone who gives their time and energy to Plymouth Soup Run. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Thanks to Plymouth Methodist Central Hall and St Peter & the Holy Apostles, Plymouth for organising and serving on Saturday - the penultimate day of #VolunteersWeek. The team served a delicious pasta meal plus the usual soup, sandwiches etc to 80 people. Clothes and toiletries were available. Thanks also to @PCSO30747 for her support. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Many, many thanks to the person or persons who sent these wonderful donations from our Amazon wish list. With the high number of people we are serving each night every donation is really helpful. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Saturday at Shekinah with a team of great volunteers including Forgotten Feet - Helping Homeless Feet podiatrists. Today, special mentions go to Gavin who cooked all the full English breakfasts while also preparing Sunday nights sausage casserole, and to the podiatrists who treated nine people.#VolunteersWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Friday was a quieter night, with 65 people served on Plymouth Soup Run, plus food for 4 people not able to come to the run and for a family placed in a B&B. Meeting up with friends and chatting to our volunteers is an important part of the Soup Run for many people, so the dry light evenings are a bonus. Thanks to Plymouth Christian Centre.#VolunteersWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Last night, Hope Baptist Church hosted our #VolunteersWeek gathering. All Plymouth Soup Run volunteers were encouraged to come along. Hilary gave a vote of thanks to all the teams and volunteers (front line and behind the scenes) who make the run happen EVERY NIGHT WITHOUT FAIL! We were fortunate be able to watch the 'Script in hand' theatre company's play 'It shouldn't be like this!', that follows five folks waiting for the Soup Run to arrive. Special thanks to Jenny, Paul, and the players. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On Thursday, the team from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints prepared food for 90 people, and that is exactly how many people were served! Two sleeping bags will given out, and a referral was made to @PathDevon. It was great to hear that five people have been accommodated this week. Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
People’s faces lit up when Plymouth Citybus arrived in an open-topped bus to serve on Plymouth Soup Run. It was a busy night - 92 people served plus 6 extra bags for family members not able to get to the run, and a quick dash to top up supplies so there was enough food for the last stop. HUGE thanks to City Bus for their support.#volunteersweek ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On Monday night, the Hope Baptist Church Team was on duty on Plymouth Soup Run. Jan was in the kitchen preparing all the lovely food including a delicious pasta dish. On the bus were #babcock Trades Union volunteers, with Richard driving, plus Alex and Philippa prayer pastors always there for a chat. It was a busy but calm night with over 100 served again. Many thanks to all on this the first day of #VolunteersWeek! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
June 3rd is the start of Volunteers' Week 2024, a time to say THANK YOU to all our volunteers for everything theyPlymouth Soup Runp Run is organised entirely by volunteers. Shopping, cooking, driving, serving, going to the tip, everybody plays their part so the run operates every day year-round. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
This Sunday, our team of volunteers prepared a choice of 3 hot meals - cottage pie, chicken curry, and pasta bolognese, plus sandwiches, snacks, soup, hot and cold drinks. We served 125 people with plenty of food for everyone. Many thanks to ALL the Sunday team for their amazing help every week. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Once a month on a Saturday, a team from Liskeard Lighthouse Community Centre CIC cross the Tamar to serve on Plymouth Soup Run. Last night, the team prepared food for 100, and 85 people were served, with plenty of food for everyone and some extras available at the last stop. One sleeping bag and a rucksack were given out, Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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