Are you struggling and need a support?
Sutton Community Project is here to help!
We hand out free food boxes from the Thomas Wall Centre (52 Benhill Ave, Sutton SM1 4DP) on Tuesdays from 3-6pm. The Library cafe is open from 2pm for anyone who wish to have free teas & coffees and snacks or have a chat with someone in the local community.
To apply for a food box, please fill in the form from here.
Once you have registered with us, one of our volunteers will be in touch with you and send you a message to reserve a box for you.
This usually happens on Monday and we will confirm the booking with your pick up time via WhatsApp to attend the Thomas Wall Center on the following Tuesday afternoon.
*Please bring your own bag for this.
*Please note that there's a waiting list as we have reached the maximum capacity. You will be notified by us as soon as a slot becomes available.
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Other Support We Offer
Free Food Box
This is our main support for the community. A FREE healthy fresh food boxes are distributed to those in need in our community every Tuesday. The food distribution starts from 3pm but you are more than welcome to come any time after 2pm for a free tea & chat.
Tea & Coffee
We serve a variety of hot & cold drinks, cakes, surplus donuts / cakes and snacks for children and it's all free of charge! It's a great place to have social life but also means a warm place especially in the cold winter months for people who cannot afford to put the heating on. Our Library café is open from 2-6pm and everyone is welcome.
More we share, Less we waste! At our free charity corner, people bring quality clothes, accessories, CDs/DVDs, toys, books etc. to share and also get everything free. It's a safe place to meet, swap things, make new friends and building sharing & caring community.
* We do not accept donations such as electric devices (toaster, hairdryer, etc.) underwear and beddings.
Our local hairdresser visit us time to time to offer a free hair cut to those who especially cannot afford have one.
The pre-booking is required and also you will need to register with us before hand. Get in touch with us through the 'contact us' form if you would like to have one.
The amazing CAP team (Christians Against Poverty) visit us on the 1st Tuesday of the month to provide free professional debt help, job clubs, life skills groups and money education. The services are delivered face-to-face which means you'll receive both the practical and emotional support you need on your journey.
Crochet / Knitting Group
A crochet & knitting group meet in the library every Tuesday, run by a few ladies with years of experience and passion to teach others while boxes of fresh food were being distributed next door. You are more than welcome to just turn up with your knitting kit and share your skills or learn from others.
English Conversation Lessons
There are many volunteers who would love to chat to local people and practice their English.
The English conversation lessons are offered free to help those with little English to help them settle in the UK. If you are happy to chat and help them to integrate, please let us know.