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As well as raising awareness of the problems homeless people face, the event will also be used to collect food, clothing and donations which will be distributed to the homeless charities across the city. AROUND 200 young people will be swapping their warm and cosy beds for cardboard boxes tonight…
OLDER people are making valid and positive contributions towards their communities and are not just sitting at home watching TV or complaining.
DEDICATED volunteers have been getting their hands dirty to prove not all teenagers are troublemakers.
Teenagers working through a charity dedicated to supporting the elderly have hosted a tea party for older people in the community.
Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Teens help repair iconic Kingston mosaic

The 15 youngsters, from The Challenge Society, visited the Kingston Environment Centre to bring the ruined mosaic back to life after it fell into disrepair.
TEENAGERS from a city volunteer project gave up their time at the weekend to help at the Coventry soup kitchen.
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