Windsor Street Angels is a voluntary organisation operating in Windsor town centre since February 2012. We patrol the streets every Friday night helping anyone who may be vulnerable or need of our support and help. This support might be to provide water, flip flops, lollipops or blankets, soup for the homeless or just a listening ear. There are some occasions when volunteers will need to assist with basic first aid or in more extreme circumstances call an ambulance.
We work closely with the police and ambulance services along with licensed premises. In a typical year we help over 4000 people, distribute 1000 pairs of flip flops, 600 bottles of water, make 47 referrals to other agencies and calm 73 situations.
Street Angels operates under the umbrella of Windsor Christian Action (WCA). Windsor Christian Action is a local charity operating social projects in Windsor. Visit their website for more details.
Street Angels is about members of the local community working with partners to ensure that people in the night time community have a safe and pleasant experience and those in need receive help.
We are supported by several local organisations including the Michael Shanly Foundation, Radian Housing, The Edith Murphy Foundation, Prince Philip Trust, Windsor and Maidenhead Christian Trust, Windsor Baptist Church, RBWM and Thames Valley Police.
Hey street Angels. Thank you so much for looking after my very drunk boyfriend last night.
Emma Louise Selwood
I think one of your lovely team helped me out last night. Whoever you were thank you so much!
David Bullock PCSO
I just wanted to say a huge thank you and well done for last night. The conditions were not good at all and yet all three of you did a fantastic job!
Just wanted to say a big thank you to the team outside atik last night! Me and my sister were so grateful for the flip flops, as our feet were freezing! It's brill what you do.
Would just like to say thank you to the Street Angels who provided my friend with a warm foil blanket tonight. Hope you all have a very happy new year!
A huge thank you to Atik in William Street who donated water and flip flops to the team
Pam and Graham Bristow
we applaud the Windsor street angels for what you do!!!
The Scotch Bar, Windsor
Fabulous work Street Angels. We have a collection tin at the scotch in Windsor if anyone would like to make a contribution to this wonderful service.
Brilliant. This is so lovely. Well done xxx
Thank you for giving my girlie Devon a pair of flip flops!! Dxx
Thank you Karen and Stewart for being there this morning and helping me with my situation. Windsor Streets are lucky to have you.
My sister and I were very kindly given some pink flip flops on peascod street at approx 2am! It was amazing and much appreciated. Thank you. Claire and Emma xxx
Claudia – Ascot 2015
Thank you Windsor street Angels for giving me some flip flops! You truly did save my feet, thanks again xx
Charity Ball – Friday 28th August 2015
Our Street Angel, Maureen Smith, is holding a Charity Ball for Thames Hospice, Windsor Homeless Project and Cancer Research UK.The glittering Ball will be on Friday 28th August from 6 30 – midnight at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, Thames Street, Windsor. Tickets are £60 per person for a three course dinner plus coffee and petit fours with a drink on arrival. There will be live music and DJ with magic from a member of the Magic Circle. There will be a raffle and an auction with excellent prizes on offer.(50% of the proceeds of the ticket sales go to the charities and all the proceeds from the raffle and the auction.)You can order tickets by contacting Grace on 07455 285641 or Maureen on 07721679366 or email: email@example.com
Absolutely brilliant! Thank you!
Thank you to all those who helped my cousin tonight (the Asian girl) very much appreciated - you guys were truly Angels. Merry Christmas & a happy new year!
Massive thank you to Martin, Janet and Karen for their fantastic work tonight! Appreciate everything all 3 of you did, in order to help. Many thanks xx
Thanks sooooo much for last night. We really appreciate how you looked after us, when most people wouldn't care.