A network of organisations in Chichester is being set up to support homeless people. Figures from homeless charity the Four Streets Project fed a total of 666 people in August, more than three times the amount fed in March of this year. The month-on-month rise has been described as ‘very significant’ by the charity’s founder Donna Ockenden. She said: “We are so concerned about the continued increase of the numbers of homeless and vulnerable people in Chichester. Going forward we will be sharing these figures with Chichester District Council and Chichester City Council.
Donna also announced that the charity would be working with Grandad’s Front Room CIC in Bognor Regis and with Canon Mark Payne at St Pancras Church.
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