SVP Wythenshawe Helping Homeless

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SVP Wythenshawe Helping Homeless

Wythenshawe, Manchester


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About this cause

About our cause

The Saint Vincents De Paul Charity (SVP) is a registered charity, who help the vulnerable and needy within the community. Wythenshawe SVP has currently taken on a project to help the homeless rough sleepers in Manchester City Centre. We provide food, hot drinks, clothing and any other help we can. To carry on the project we need donations for the food we provide, and we could expand and help in other ways needed. We run on volunteer help and rely on donations/ no paid staff

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