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
Jul 22nd 2020
Wales Online
Two new homeless hostels set to open in Cardiff
The two new hostels will open in Adamsdown but the plans have sparked concerns from ward councillors and the police
Jun 16th 2020
Wales Online
Homeless people put up in hotels during lockdown 'exceptionally difficult to manage'
Two hotels in Cardiff put up 140 homeless people in the first three weeks of the lockdown alone
Jun 14th 2020
Wales Online
The homeless man who's helped 10,000 families in poverty
Paul Gwilym was homeless seven years ago and set up Boomerang to help other families who have fallen on hard times
Jun 8th 2020
BBC
Coronavirus and homelessness: 'No one will have to go back'
Wales' housing minister says she is "absolutely determined" homeless people will not have to go back on to the streets after the coronavirus pandemic.
May 20th 2020
Wales Online
What homeless shelters could look like post-lockdown
Many services have had to close while others have had to reduce their capacity
Apr 21st 2020
BBC
Coronavirus: Young homeless stressed in lockdown
"We're not going to give up on them and I hope they won't give up on us."
Apr 15th 2020
BBC
Coronavirus: Conwy council provides cabins for homeless people
Temporary cabins are to be used to house homeless people in two towns in Conwy county to help them during the coronavirus lockdown period.
Mar 25th 2020
Wales Online
The plight of rough sleepers in Wales as services close their doors and streets are left deserted
Nicci said she had been staying at a hostel in Cardiff but she has been forced to leave as the centre told her they were reducing the number of people staying there
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