Annually we need to raise approximately £350,000 (approx £7,000 per week) to cover operating costs.

The Vineyard Community Centre relies on voluntary support. If you would like to contribute financially you have a few options:

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some volunteers from an annual visit by The Challenge

To give a one-off gift or to give regularly click the donate button below and you will be taken to a secure giving site which will take you through the process.

£25 will buy a sleeping bag for a rough sleeper

£50 will buy a tent for a rough sleeper

£500 will pay for the support of one of our guests over a three month period – the typical length of time needed to provide support and care.

 

Donate online now, securely.

Cheque donations

Cheques should be made out to Vineyard Community Centre. Postal address is: The Vineyard, Richmond TW10 6AQ. We welcome a gift-aided donation. Please download the gift-aid form.

Gifts in kind

We receive many donations of gifts in Kind and as we receive we give.

Here are some examples:-

For our garden: Summer plants from Hampton Court every year.
For our drop in and foodbank: about 10,000 loaves of bread annually from WholeFoods Market.
About 12000 units of Graze snacks annually.
Pastries and bread from Richmond Hill Bakery.
For our shop: Uncollected clothing from Sheen Laundry and donations collected from local residents.
For our cafe: Cakes and cupcakes twice weekly from Hummingbird bakery for our foodbank visitors who are offered a free meal or tea.
For our morning drop in: Sandwiches and meals 3 days every week from Pret a Manger.
For our shop:  Clothing and shoes, pots pans toasters, cutlery and crockery and small household goods – all to help those newly housed, sofa surfing or still rough sleeping. Uncollected clothing from Sheen Laundry and donations collected from local residents.
For our foodbank: Annually, about 20 tons of non-perishable food from supermarket collections and donated by business, churches, charity and individuals. We also receive many ad-hoc donations like pallets of chocolates from Lindt or boxes of toiletries from Unilever.

For our Community Fridge: We also run a community fridge and ‘free’ corner available to all-comers in need. This is for our fruit, veg and fresh dairy products which are donated, mainly via the Felix Project  www.thefelixproject.org and City Harvest www.cityharvest.org.uk but also through surplus allotment produce during summer months and many ad hoc donations.

If you are unsure about gifts in kind please call us, 020 84399735.

We are very grateful to those who have supported and are currently supporting us including:

All Churches Trust, Alma Jean Trust, AMFM Facilities Management,BAM Construction Ltd., Caritas  Trust, Charlotte Wade Charity, Cranfield Trust, Chestertons, Churches Together in Kew, Christians in Richmond, Cinnamon Trust/Tearfund, Church of the Living God, City Harvest, Civic Pride – Richmond Borough Council, Clare King Charitable Trust, Clothworkers Foundation, Congregational Federation, Felix Project, Coutts Charitable Trust, Double O charity,Garfield Weston Foundation, Gumley Convent School, Good Gym, Ham Christian Centre, Ham and Petersham Community First, Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity, Ham & Petersham Cricket Club, Heathrow Community & Environmental Awards, Hill Stop Cafe, Holy Trinity Church Richmond, Holy Trinity church Barnes, Hummingbird Bakery, John D Wood & Co., Karma video production Twickenham Film studios, Kew Village Market, London Catalyst, Liferay, Munro Trust, Mrs Smith and Mount Trust ,Not on the High Street.com, Paypal, Perseverance events, Petersham Nurseries, Phil Worsley, Pret A Manger – Pret Foundation Trust, Richmond Anglican Team Ministry, Richmond Barbers, Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Richmond Christian Fellowship, Richmond Green United Reformed Church, Richmond Charities Almshouses, Richmond Hill Bakery,  Richmond Ladies Golf Club, Richmond Parish Lands Charity,Richmond Philanthropic Society, Richmond School of Art, Rowan Bentall Trust, Sabre Travel Network, Sainsbury’s plc, Sheen Mount School, Southern Area Christian Football League, St Catherine’s School Twickenham, St Elizabeth’s Catholic Church, St Margaret’s Fair, St John Southworth Fund (Diocese of Westminster), St Peter’s Church Sheen, St Peter’s Church Petersham, St Stephen’s Twickenham, St Winefride’s Kew, Stephen Roberts Memorial Trust, Tesco plc, The Albert Hunt Trust, The Beatrice Laing Trust, The Co-operative Community Fund, The Cinnamon Network Cabinet Office Social Action Fund, The Forge Clinic, The Kew Society, The Laundry Room Sheen, The Leigh Trust, The London Community Foundation, The Probus Club, The Royal Star and Garter Home, The Trussell Trust, Rufford Foundation, The Woodroffe Benton Foundation, Underthedoormat.com, Tom Hardy & ICAP charity Day, Treasury Wine Estates, Unilever plc,Vineyard Life Church, Vineyard Primary School, Wall to Wall (New Tricks) Ltd., Waitrose Ltd., Wholefoods Market, William Grant, WTMedia, Zac Goldsmith MP., and many Individual donors.