Services Kindness Garden and Bless Box: A safe place to sleep and access essentials While we are not a specialist homelessness support or emergency relief centre, we offer a number of services for people sleeping rough in our community. Who we can help Anyone who is sleeping rough in the community is welcome to make use of the Kindness Garden for one or two nights. The Kindness Garden has been designed to ensure those who sleep near the Community Centre are as safe as possible. The garden area is not monitored or staffed, but we have installed additional security cameras and lighting in the area. We have also included large benches for sleeping to ensure people are as comfortable as possible. How we can help The Kindness Garden is designed for people to sleep for one or two nights. It is our goal to connect people sleeping in the garden with relevant support services. It is not a space to set up tents or for long-term sleeping. Please take a look at our Emergency Relief Contact Sheet for information about local homelessness service providers. Download the contact sheet he garden is also home to our Bless Box, a take-what-you-need donation box. We also welcome donations of non-perishable food and toiletries for the Bless Box. Watch the video below for information about what can and cannot be donated or download Bless Box guidelines. Please note, we do not accept donations of clothing, tents and other bulky items, or any second-hand goods.