We are a volunteer-led humanitarian charity organization based in London called Divine Rescue. We help the homeless, ex-offenders, sex workers, vulnerable people and people in crisis within the community. When the crisis is over, we help people recover and move on with their lives, we intend to extend our reach further to other areas of London and the UK. We have a strong team of dedicated volunteers that have helped and supported many people turn their lives around. Helping people come off drugs, helping resolve alcohol related issues, tackling and educating people about antisocial behaviour, rehabilitation of ex-offenders, sex workers.   

We have been supporting the homeless and those who are less privileged in our community with foods, clothes, hostel referrals, hospital visit, support with bereavement, counselling advice, dealing with other agencies and sign posting them where they can find information to help them turn their lives around.   

We also provide National Vocational Qualification training via our affiliates to help people be more self-sufficient and become a valued member of society. Initially we started our project from a bench in 2005 at East Street, Southwark, and with the help of our committed team of volunteers and with support from Red Ochre, The Southwark Police and former NDC, we were able to expand. We have recently acquired a new office at 37 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3PP in 2019. 

Our Mission Statement

We aim to touch & change lives through training & mentoring; supporting clients through hard times, e.g. helping the homeless & substance abuse victims to find their pathway through social support & care to achieve their goals.  To provide excellent services for the people we work for, & to develop new services where we know there is a need & that we are best placed to meet it. 


Divine Rescue was voted The Community Group Member of the year at the Active Citizen Awards 2010 organised by Volunteer Centre. In 2011 we were voted the Community Group of the Year at the Dragon Event hosted by the community. Divine Rescue was recognised for its contribution and commitment to the community at a volunteer-led-group in 2011 by the Worshipful Deputy Mayor of Southwark Councillor Lorraine Lauder (MBE),Volunteers Award in 2012, Southwark Civic Awards in 2012 & 2013, Team London Awards 2013,Winner Of The Assembly Centre Awards (RCCG), Winners Of The Best Community Initiative, Southwark Housing Heroes Awards 2015,Certificate Of Recognition: People’s Network for Social Change 2016. 

Why Not Volunteer?

Volunteering with us is quite easy, why not get involved in one of our reform projects, it doesn’t matter what your skill sets, experience or background are or how much time you have to give. With so many opportunities we always have something to suit you. 

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