A Plymouth drop-in centre which helps homeless and vulnerable people is running "desperately low" on food and drink and needs more volunteers in order to to survive.
Hope for the Homeless regularly supports up to 50 people per night at the Garage Cafe in Union Street.
But with winter approaching, the organisation fears for its future.
Each evening volunteers hang clothes on railings for rough sleepers to help themselves, and they also give out meals and snacks.
The Garage Cafe relies entirely on donations and does not receive any official funding.
To contact Hope for the Homeless or donate to their fundraising appeal, click here.