Category: Blog

  • We’ll risk becoming criminals to give out tents to homeless people

    We have written an article for Huck Magazine about the latest comments from the Home Secretary.

  • Urgent Winter Appeal

    We are seeing an increase of desperate people every week and we urgently need your financial support to keep going. Please donate today.

  • Weaponising food during international conflict is a crime against humanity

    We call for the Declaration of Human Rights to be rightfully enforced.

  • Remembering Barbara: A beautiful inspiration to us all

    Stephanie Levy remembers Barbara Cohen who recently passed away aged 83.

  • Some recent media

    A couple of videos and links to recent articles about Streets Kitchen and the work that we do.

  • Police Drop London-Wide Sanctions On ‘Homeless’ Man After Liberty Challenge

    Liberty has successfully challenged sanctions handed out by the police.

  • Streets Kitchen #HarshTruths: A film by Liberty

    Our colleagues Liberty commissioned this important short film highlighting our recent work and the growing issues we and our guests face on the street as part of their Liberty Festival of Human Rights The film was made by the award-winning Tea Films We encourage you to watch this film and consider coming out and joining…

  • URGENT #HelpHaringeyHomeless

    There’s still time. The next planning meeting is scheduled for 8th March. Haringey residents, please voice your support today. People experiencing homelessness in Haringey urgently need your help. A proposal has been put forward to develop a series of modular homes to house those who have been street homeless in Haringey. The development is currently…

  • Grassroots groups warn of coming ‘humanitarian disaster’ on World Homeless Day.

    This World Homeless Day – 10.10.20 – the UK’s only grassroots COVID-19 homeless task force is calling for the government not to abandon people who are sleeping rough as the winter fast approaches. The taskforce includes Streets Kitchen, Museum of Homelessness, and The Outside Project who all carry out frontline work with people who are…

  • ‘Hotels for the Homeless’: An urgent response.

    We are a grassroots coalition of organisations working in various aspects of homelessness outreach, support, and activism, who already work together across London, and who have been supporting each other since the pandemic began. We published the national plan for hotel access last weekend, amidst silence from the mainstream homelessness sector and authorities. We are…