Supporting ASLAN

Prayer and material support go a long way in supporting our ministry to the homeless and vulnerably housed people we meet in Central London.

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Donating Clothing

We give out hundreds of pairs of socks and underpants each year, along with T-shirts and warm, hard-wearing clothing, sleeping bags and footwear. Why not have a clothes collection at your work, club or church group?

Donations need to be delivered to All Souls Clubhouse, unfortunately we aren’t able to organise collections.

Clothes We Really Need
  • Jeans
  • Shoes & trainers (sizes 9 and above are particularly welcome)
  • Sleeping bags
  • Donations of new, unused underwear (pants and socks).
Clothes We Don’t Need
  • Stained, torn or worn-out clothes and shoes
  • White or cream jumpers and trousers
  • Suits, ties, dinner jackets
  • Dressing gowns and night clothes
  • Women’s and children’s clothes

We aim to use the clothes we ask for to give to those who need them. However, clothes we can’t use are donated to another charity. We do not sell clothes to spend on other things or to add to our general funds.

How to Donate Clothes

We have two clothes collections each year in May and November before all three Sunday services (9.30am, 11.30am, 5.30pm) at All Souls Langham Place. The dates of the clothes collections will be announced in advance at All Souls.

We can also accept clothes deliveries by prior arrangement at the All Souls Clubhouse. Please contact us to arrange a convenient time.

Give to ASLAN

Please consider making a regular or one-off donation to help us continue this vital work in the heart of London.


Praying for ASLAN

We welcome all prayer for the ministry of ASLAN. Please pray for our staff and volunteers as well as the homeless guests we meet each week. Once a month we meet to pray together, anyone is welcome to join.

Volunteer for ASLAN

There are many ways you can help, from making sandwiches and serving tea, to visits and conversations. We love to welcome new people of all faiths or none, no matter how much or how little experience you have.