Shiloh Rotherham is a charity founded on Christian beliefs that offers temporary support to adults who are who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or living in poverty. Our support is open to everyone regardless of their beliefs. We are a volunteer-led service providing a non-residential day service to adults in Rotherham. Our team of staff, volunteers and partner organisations offer food, clothing, laundry, showers, training, mentoring and activities.
Our aim is to support all guests to live a fulfilling and independent life.
In June 2018 it was announced that Shiloh will receive the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Shiloh is only the second Rotherham charity in the last ten years to have received this award. Read more about the QAVS here.
Opening Times for Guests
9.30am to 12.30pm – Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Best times to drop off a donation
10am to 2pm – Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays are best for us, but if you can’t make those times, please call ahead and we will try and help.
If you would like to donate food/clothing then please click here to view a list of items we are currently in need of. We are also desperately in need of financial support, so please do consider donating in this way if you are able to. Click here for more information on making a financial donation.
Breakfast (9.30-10.30am) and lunch (11.30am-12.15pm) are made fresh in our kitchen using donated ingredients.
Male and female showers are available. Towels/shampoo/conditioner/shower gel/tooth paste/toothbrush/sanitary products are provided free of charge.
Washing machines and tumble dryers are available for guests to use free of charge.
Doncaster Gate Surgery offer a free medical surgery once a week. We have a purpose built medical room for consultations. Treatment is available for anyone who needs it, regardless of GP registrations.
Clothing has been donated to us by the Rotherham community. We are able to provide basic provisions for guests who need support in this area.
Signposting & Support
Working with partner organisations including RMBC, Crisis, Rush House, Rotherham College and Voluntary Action Rotherham we have staff and volunteers in the building who can support guests to access services that will help them to make better choices for an independent life. We offer support with a variety of issues such as housing, benefits, skills, volunteering and employment. We have free training courses available, designed specifically for our guests to grow in skills and confidence – including, Beauty on a budget, DIY/Practical Skills, Singing, ICT, and more.
Pastor Adam James from Elim Christian Centre and Rev Phil Batchford from St Paul’s Masbrough provide chaplaincy support for guests.
We ask our guests to work with us and respect our way of working. Please click here to view our service list and guest code of conduct.