Getting homeless people off the streets and into the kitchen

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Getting homeless people off the streets and into the kitchen

A charity that trains homeless people on how to work in a kitchen environment needs to raise £10,000 to keep the scheme going. Providence Row - based in Aldgate - say the Catering Trainee Scheme has become a lifeline to help people get off the streets and into work.

If you would like to donate to the campaign you can find more information on their website - www.providencerow.org.uk

Funmi Olutoye has the story

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