Dry, safe and welcoming

After a night sleeping rough, Maggs gives homeless people somewhere warm and dry to spend the day. Here they have access to the basics that we all take for granted: a safe place where they don’t have to watch their back; toilets and showers; a hot drink and someone to talk to. Read more

A good hot meal

When you don’t have a home, don’t have a kitchen, don’t have any way to prepare even the most basic meal, Maggs is an essential lifeline. Our staff and volunteers prepare healthy, simple food for homeless people, including breakfast and lunch, currently five days a week. Read more.

Clean, dry clothes

Nobody likes getting caught out in the rain: soaked to the skin and chilled to the bone. But if you are homeless, with no way of drying out and warming up, bad weather can be a nightmare. Thankfully, Maggs is there with a much-needed and very welcome change of clothes.  Read more.

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Our updates from Facebook

On Monday two members of the team attended the Black Pear Joggers ‘Chip and Chat’ night to receive the cheques raised through their ‘The Wild..

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Nipped into the day centre today and the guys and lady were loving the Mindful Art session being run by the activities team. Look at these fantastic..

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worcestersleepout.co.uk

SAVE THE DATE: The Big Worcester Sleep Out! 04:04:2019 In aid of Maggs, St Paul’s Hostel, Warriors Community Foundation. Register your interest..

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ITV Central

The devastating impact homelessness has on both physical and mental is undeniable. Our Homeless Health Hub aims to connect our service users..

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Street Link

The weather is turning again, and winter is fast approaching. Unfortunately, it can often take time to house someone and get them off the streets..

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Volunteering

Volunteers preparing lunch at Maggs Day Centre for the homeless in WorcesterIf you or a group of colleagues would like to do something of real value in the local community, please consider helping out at Maggs Day Centre. Whether you’d prefer to help out cooking breakfast, painting and decorating or mentoring a homeless person, there are many ways you can make a difference, either one-off or more regularly. Thanks to all your brilliant work, we have received The Queens Award for Voluntary Service.  Read more.

Business giving

We benefit greatly from financial and practical assistance from local companies. Please contact our manager, Mel Kirk, on 01905 25027 or by email to discuss ways to help. See how others are helping.

How to find us

Our activities are split across two locations: Maggs Day Centre (Deansway) and Maggs Clothing Project with the office and activity centre (The Tything).

Make a regular donation

Whatever you feel is the right amount, a regular donation will help vulnerable, homeless people to escape from life on the streets. Please donate via our Virgin Giving page…

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Make a one-off donation

Your one-off donation would provide food and shelter, making an immediate, substantial difference for a homeless person in Worcester. Please donate via our Virgin Giving page…

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If you would like to donate through your business or discuss other ways you could help, please contact us by email or on 01905 25027.