The Soup Run exists to provide food to the homeless and poor of Brighton and Hove. It is funded by the parish and the large majority of volunteers who make soup, coffee and sandwiches for those in need are parishioners of St Mary Magdalen Church.
This page is dedicated to Ann Roberts, who died in 2007. She started the soup run and maintained it for 20 years. She fed the hungry and homeless every night in all weather conditions for years, dedicating her life to the poor of Brighton. We hope to raise awareness of the Soup Run, to attract more volunteers to spare an hour or two a week in providing food and drink to the homeless of Brighton and Hove and to raise awareness of the homeless of Brighton and Hove.
While the Soup Run exists in order to fulfill Christ’s command to feed the hungry, St Mary Magdalen’s welcomes volunteers of any religious background and none who wish to help in the mission to feed the hungry in Brighton. Volunteers are paid for expenses incurred in the purchase of food from the Poor Fund of the Church. We are always looking for donations and are always in need of new volunteers who want to make a commitment to feeding the homeless. If you feel inspired to volunteer then please call Karla on 01273 734560 or email the parish office