The Manna Centre was founded by Nannette Ffrench and opened to the homeless in 1982. The centre is based near London Bridge station and Guy’s Hospital. The building is provided rent-free by the RC Diocese of Southwark.
The Manna Society, now a charity, opens everyday to between 130 to 220 people who come into the centre for breakfast, lunch, or one of the many other services provided. The centre, which opens at 8.30am is mainly funded by donations from individuals, churches and from charitable trusts.
For more information, or to see what kinds of donations the Manna Centre are desperate for, please click here www.mannasociety.org.uk