In addition to supporting people with a home, support and work within our social enterprise, Emmaus Glasgow also provides two soup kitchen nights in the city centre.

We work in partnership with The Invisibles, H4th Help 4 the homeless and the University of Glasgow, to give hot and cold food, clothing and advice on the corner of Cadogan Street and Blythswood Street every Wednesday from 8pm to 9:30pm.

The Soup Kitchen was initially set up to help people who are street homeless, but more people are attending who are struggling to pay the bills and afford to eat.

In 2022, we added a fortnightly Sunday Soup Kitchen to our outreach services, with our partners, to help tackle the cost of living crisis. This is on the second and fourth Sunday of every month at the same location from 7pm to 9pm.

Can you help?

Emmaus Glasgow relies on a network of donors for food and ingredients to run the soup kitchen. Some of the meals are prepared by the beneficiaries of Emmaus Glasgow, who themselves have experienced homelessness.

We are always on the look out for people who can donate meals or time as a volunteer. You can also donate to Emmaus Glasgow to help support our work.

To get in touch, please email [email protected] or call 0141 353 3903.

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