Stoke Newington homeless centre gets cash boost from college
Hackney Community College donates money otherwise spent on corporate Christmas cards
A Stoke Newington charity will be able to offer homeless people new warm bedding thanks to a donation from Hackney Community College.
North London Action for the Homeless (NLAH) received �500 from the Shoreditch-based college, after staff collected money otherwise spent on corporate Christmas cards.
It will go towards some much-needed new sleeping bags and blankets for visitors to the NLAH drop-in centre, based at St Paul’s Church hall in Stoke Newington Road.
The charity feeds between 40 and 90 people twice a week and provides clothing, advice and literacy classes.
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Manager Mike Tomes said: “Kind donations like this is what keeps us up and running to continue the support we give to the people in the community.”
For information on NLAH, volunteering or to make a donation, go to www.nlah.org.uk.
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