Sunderland Community Soup Kitchen Need Your Support
Awarded 5* February 2023
Shop Online to help us
Everytime you shop online you will be helping us to raise funds that will be used to support our communities in Sunderland.
Please see the leaflet to view how it works or download it below.
We have some amazing events coming this Christmas
Our Christmas Schedule for 2023 is now available, which details all the fantastic events we have planned.
Please see the leaflet to view our upcoming events or download it below by clicking the button.
Roker Report have supported us every step of the way.
Roker report offer a huge and vital contribution to our Soup Kitchen journey. Loved and respected by each and every member of our team, they are now known by all as our extended soup kitchen family.
Throughout the year they donate monthly income from their podcast direct to us. Each December their team tirelessly organise their annual xmas fundraiser to help support our all round charity work and to reach our 'goals', we love them so much!Visit Their Website
Our song 'Albert's Place' released 10th February
Our song 'Alberts Place' written and performed by Welsh Signer/Songwriter Martyn Joseph. The track was specially commissioned by BBC Radio 2 - Mark Ratcliffe's 21st Century Folk Show, created by 7Digital selecting five North East People to have a song written about their story.
Our song, chronicling the amazing work by our staff and volunteers, each person has very special qualities and all contribute to the sucess of our charity. The track will be released for sale February 2023.
Our free food service in Sunderland is named Albert's Place after the building owner, once a shipping chandler and meat supplier to the ships that docked in Sunderland and a well-known Butcher who supported his community when times were hard. Martyn listened carefully to our words and created this beautiful and emotional track, describing our soup kitchen journey and the people we support.
Martyn and his team travelled after a long tour of America to our warehouse in Sunderland, freezing cold day and produced the video that simply speaks for itself, our work is very challenging at times and the song simply brought every wonderful second of our Soup Kitchen journey flooding back.
Sunderland Community Soup Kitchen will receive a percentage of the money from the sale of each track. We are so grateful to Martyn for creating this perfect song that will stay with us forever.
Please see below a list of various frequently asked questions, click to reveal the answers.
Where can I donate?
You can donate by going to our donate page
Check out our facebook page for volunteer opportunities
What donations do you need?
- Weatherproof Tents
- Sleeping mats
- Thermal topflasks
- Sleeping bags
- Waterproof rucksacks
- Camping mats
- Foil blankets
- Hothands foot warmers
- Hotwater bottles
- New underwear & socks
- Roll on deodorant for men & woman
Where can I drop off donations?
Our unit in Addison street is open Wednesdays 9am till 6pm for Donations
What are your opening times?
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 3pm till 4pm & Sundays 12pm till 1pm (light snack)