Moscow's Mercy bus pulls up each night at 2030 in a yard near Kursk Station.
It is well stocked with medicines and bandages, bought with donations to the Russian Orthodox Church.
While some of the team head off to search the station for vulnerable vagrants, others brew the tea.
The bus door shoots open and beans and tea go out to the crowd.
Most of the passengers coming onto the bus appear to be suffering from alcohol abuse.
Many outside are also intoxicated but only the very vulnerable will be allowed in.
The vagrants are of all ages, from the very old to children, men and women.
Many come to the stations at night having spent the day riding the metro.
Mikhail says he wants to get off the streets and return to his native Moldova.
The Mercy volunteers dispense advice as much as aid on their mission around Moscow.
Mercy also does what it can to help find people reported missing and thought to be around the stations.