Den Mobile Café

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Mandag til fredag og én lørdag om måneden bringer projekt UDENFORs frivillige et måltid mad, en kop kaffe og andet praktisk, såsom tøj og soveposer, ud på gaden til hjemløse i København, som har svært ved at skaffe sig disse basale fornødenheder på anden vis. Dagens måltid tilberedes i projekt UDENFORs eget køkken i Ravnsborggadem og køres ud i byen af to frivillige i en specialbygget varevogn. I tilberedningen af måltidet bliver der tænkt godt og grundigt over, at maden – udover at smage godt – er mættende, varieret og indeholder de næringsstoffer kroppen har brug for

Den Mobile Café er ikke kun madudbringning, men også et redskab til at skabe kontakt til hjemløse på gaden. At dele et måltid mad giver en unik mulighed for at lære et andet menneske at kende, og arbejdet i caféen handler i lige så høj grad om at snakke med caféens gæster, udvise omsorg og skabe relationer, som at servere et måltid.

Den Mobile Café fungerer til daglig i tæt relation til projekt UDENFORs opsøgende gadeplansarbejde. Efter endt vagt rapporterer de frivillige altid i den elektroniske dagbog. På den måde er projekt UDENFORs ansatte gadeplansmedarbejder altid opdateret på, om der er brugere, der har et akut behov for en professionel indsats; eller om der er episoder, der skal følges op på, nye hjemløse på gaden eller lignende. Ligeledes kan gadeplansmedarbejderne henvise til et stop på Den Mobile Café’s rute gennem byen, hvis de i det opsøgende arbejde finder en hjemløs, som de mener, kan have godt af et måltid mad samt den kontakt og omsorg, de frivillige kan give.

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