Giving hope to the homeless
Who Are We?
We are Food 4 Thought, a voluntary organisation based in Cardiff, Wales that aims to aid the homeless. Currently, we host an event every Tuesday for our guests to have a hot meal and drink along with providing them any clothing or toiletries that they require.

We pride ourselves on serving anyone that comes to us and having a safe place to eat and socialise.
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Would you like to join our growing team of volunteers?

We host an event every Tuesday for our guests to have a hot meal and drink along with providing them any clothing or toiletries that they require.

Our volunteers don't stick to a rota, so you can come along and help when it suits you.
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Latest News
Dec 26th 2019
Wales Online
Cardiff chippy feeds hundreds of homeless and vulnerable people on Christmas day
'We just really wanted to help make it a bit of a special day for those who have nothing'
Dec 25th 2019
Wales Online
The bus that feeds the homeless in Cardiff and the people who use it
"When you're in this position, it comes at you so quickly. Imagine you're in a tunnel and you can see the end of the light, but you can't get there and you're going around in circles, that's what it's like. Its draining."
Dec 19th 2019
BBC
Homeless mental health and drugs services 'broken' in Wales
Treatment services for homeless people with drug and mental health problems are "broken", assembly members said.
Dec 17th 2019
Wales Online
The Cardiff chip shops open on Christmas Day to feed the homeless and lonely
Chip shop classics will be served for those who fancy something different
Dec 8th 2019
BBC
Hundreds sleep rough in Cardiff Castle to highlight homelessness
More than 500 people slept out overnight to raise awareness of homelessness.
Dec 1st 2019
Wales Online
Levi woke up this morning on the freezing cold streets of Cardiff
Levi, 42, is one of scores of people sleeping rough in Wales' capital as the temperatures plummet
Nov 19th 2019
The Guardian
Britain has a horrific homelessness crisis. Why isn't it an election priority?
We have spent most of this year writing about the death of people on our streets. This crisis has simple, practical solutions, and everyone cares about it. Why aren't politicians shouting from the rafters?
Nov 18th 2019
Wales Online
Homeless shelter which takes in 23 people every night of the year in Cardiff is under threat
The Wallich's Nightshelter was saved five years ago but the need for it continues to grow
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