The Soup Kitchen @ AIC

Providing 120 plus meals a day, six days a week to the homeless and food insecure.

Launched by AIC in 1986, the Soup Kitchen is now an independent charity, welcoming guests and volunteers from the church, corporate and community sectors.

Founded in 1986, the Soup Kitchen @ AIC is a resource for homeless, elderly, lonely, and poor people in Central London.

Working with this crucial mission, the church supports the provision of free hot meals, clothes, and toiletries, and the space provided offers a sense of belonging and community for those who are in need.

The Soup Kitchen serves soup and a main course from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Monday through Saturday.

The Clothes Closet is open on alternate Mondays.

A newly-built consultation room allows for regular visits by mental health professionals, dentists, doctors and more.

Find out how to volunteer or give to the Soup Kitchen.

The Soup Kitchen is registered as a separate charity from AIC to facilitate corporate donations and volunteering.

Please visit their website at to inquire directly about volunteering opportunities or make a gift via their Just Giving page.

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