Big shoutout to Screwfix for their incredible generosity! 

This March, they’re making a real difference by organizing a food appeal for charity. Let’s give them a round of applause for their dedication to helping those in need.

If you’re in Dublin, you can drop off non-perishable food items at any of Screwfix’s locations across the city. Every contribution counts, and together, we can make a meaningful impact in our community.

Spread the word, lend a hand, and let’s make sure everyone knows about this fantastic opportunity to give back. Thank you, Screwfix, for leading the charge!

🍽️ Volunteer Opportunity: Become a Community Support Ambassador for our Food Appeal! 🍫📅 Dates: March 22nd, 23rd, and 24th🕒 Time: Flexible shifts available between 10.30am-5pmHelp us collect food donations and Easter eggs to support families in need and those experiencing homelessness this Easter season! As a Community Support Ambassador, you’ll: Utilize your compassion and communication skills to engage donors and collect donations. Make a tangible impact by supporting our community through acts of kindness. Connect with like-minded individuals and build meaningful relationships. Experience the fulfilment of knowing you’re making a positive difference!No experience required—just a willingness to help and a heart for giving back. Sign up now to be a part of something meaningful!📍 Location: Various Tesco stores across Dublin📝 Sign up:’s come together to spread joy and support those in need this Easter! 🐰🥚
Support Feed Out Homeless this summer by signing up and entering the VHI Mini Marathon on 2nd June 2024, or Hell & Back on 8th June 2024. Fill in this form and we will send you a t-shirt to wear on the day. You can set up a fundraising page on iDonate using this link.
Although we've discontinued our Soup Kitchen operations, our commitment to assisting homeless individuals on the streets and families in need remains unwavering. For further information or to get involved, please call our office on (01) 864 4990 or email us at Your support is greatly appreciated, you can make a donation at

Who We Are

Feed Our Homeless was established in January 2017 by Tony Walsh and Natasha Morgan. The organisation is dedicated to making a difference to the lives of people who are affected by homelessness and those who are marginalised in society. With lived experiences of poverty, homelessness and addiction, Tony and Natasha understand the daily struggles people can face. The original name chosen, Feed Our Homeless, is arguably narrowly focused and a range of services is currently provided.

At the heart of what we do, the organisation encourages people to regain agency in their lives and once again become productive members of society.

Feed Our Homeless in the press

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