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November 2019

November 15, 2019

Founder of Chichester’s Four Streets Project, Donna Ockenden, attended Portsmouth High School and told students ‘don’t walk by’ as well as explaining the best ways homeless people can be helped. Students were motivated to collect tins of soup and chocolate at their Harvest Festival in September following an assembly given by Donna. In her talk, she said: “Government figures show there are approximately 320,000 homeless people in Britain and Increasingly more and more armed forces veterans are living on the streets as it seems the safety net of social service and mental health help has all but disappeared. With the help of 30 volunteers, we have never missed a night. We hope to not only feed the homeless but give them back a little bit of dignity and respect.”

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