KPCafé was launched as a volunteer-led project in 2015 with the aim to support local asylum seekers and refugees with access to affordable food.
The weekly community meals helped build a space to socialise, eat and share advice.
Our Covid-19 Response
During the pandemic, at our temporary home of Clyde Community Hall, our staff and volunteers delivered grocery packs, cooked food and other essential items to people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. We provided the equivalent of 34,000 meals to our community.
In October 2020 we opened our socially distanced support café where our community members could socialise safely over a fresh meal and access guidance & support. In August 2021 we began to host our drop-in community meals again. Currently, you can join us at our Community Meals at Ibrox Parish Church in late 2021. More details here.
We are preparing to re-open our refurbed KPCafé with the refurbed Kinning Park Complex very soon. We will continue to provide access to affordable fresh food while harbouring a space for wellbeing and community achievement.