Collecting Clothes for the Homeless, Luton, UK
BAPS Charities in Luton, UK, launched an initiative in early December to support the town’s homeless. People from around Bedfordshire came together to help make a difference.
On Friday 29 December 2017, children accompanied by BAPS Charities volunteers from Luton delivered more than 150 items of clothing – ranging from scarfs, hats, coats, jumpers and blankets – to Noah Enterprise. The charity had recently been awarded the 2017 Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for their work in recognising the dignity and worth of homeless people by supporting them from the streets and into the community.
The drive was a part of BAPS Charities’ on-going commitment to serve and support the needy in local communities. Rajesh Pancholi, a lead volunteer for BAPS Charities in Luton, added, “We’re delighted to be working with Noah Enterprise in providing much needed warm clothing for our town’s poor and needy during these especially challenging winter days.”
To learn more about the work of Noah Enterprise, please click here.
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