Zac's Place 'One More Mile' Just Giving Campaign

Zac's Place is raising support to assist with sustaining its well established work in Swansea into the next generation. This includes making provision for additional staff and volunteers, and also significant improvements to our city centre HQ. Story Over the years Zac's Place has earned a reputation for providing grass roots essential support to many vulnerable people in Swansea. These maybe those who are sleeping rough, in emergency B&B accommodation, or without a safe place to call home, those in food poverty and those who are seeking a safe space from the traumas that they are experiencing. We have been committed to working in partnership with others including housing and homeless support charities, addiction and recovery agencies, medical outreach teams, the local council, the DWP, the arts and a host of other local churches and volunteer groups. "The work going forward at Zacs Place is in every way innovative, courageous and important for the community in gene

A Mayoral Visit

 It was good to be able to welcome the Mayor and Mayoress of Swansea to Zac's Place recently. Cllr Mike Day and his wife Chris, called in to visit during one of our regular food provision days meeting guests, volunteers and staff, as our hot meals were prepared and served to guests. We are grateful for their genuine interest, encouragement and support for this kind of grass roots community engagement. Typically our guests receiving support are experiencing food poverty one way or another. They may be in temporary B&B accommodation with no cooking facilities, are street homeless or maybe they are housed but are essentially camping inside, not having any cooking facilities available to them. Some are quite simply finding it hard to make ends meet and our meals are a life saver. We provide meals every Thursday and Friday and can serve up to one hundred people each day, This service is part of a city wide partnership with different churches hosting different days making sure there