The Vineyard Community Centre exists to serve the local community in Richmond, helping those in crisis and giving hope for life.
The morning drop-in has a reception desk and is aimed at specific needs of body mind and spirit for those who are in crisis or homeless. We offer food, clothing, shower facilities and comfort.
There will be opportunities to progress from crisis to community through the afternoon community café. It will encourage social inclusion and be used by groups and individuals who are marginalised.
With a new focus on fashion, we’re selling good quality women and menswear at prices that really tempt! New donations are displayed daily and we always have a sale rail.
Welcome to the Vineyard Community Centre website!
The Vineyard Project, an open day centre formerly based at the Vineyard Congregational church in Richmond, closed in March 2011 after 33 years of service to those in need. A new charity, the Vineyard Community Centre is now established at the same premises to continue meeting local needs with voluntary help.
There are a number of areas of support provided by the Vineyard Community Centre
Provide help at a morning drop-in to those in crisis: whether by homelessness, addictions or those experiencing mental or social difficulty. Read more...
Support those who feel lonely, isolated and socially excluded. Some may just want to be part of developing a community in an afternoon café which is open to all. Read more...
Provide emergency food for local people in crisis through Richmond Foodbank. Read more...
Provide a place for young people to socialise responsibly, have fun and learn new skills at an evening youth café which hosts live music and entertainment. There is no similar facility offering a safe alcohol free venue for local under 18’s young people in Richmond. Read more...