How to help Cardiff’s homeless this Christmas

If you live in Cardiff, please spare a thought for the many homeless people in.the city and consider donating something this Christmas.

We Are Cardiff

Over the past couple of years, the incredible Project Shoebox has gathered hundreds of boxes from you generous people to gift during the cold winter months. This year Project Shoebox isn’t running again, HOWEVER, some charities that support homeless and vulnerable people are running their own collections. So you can still donate and support.

There’s plenty to show the number of homeless people in Cardiff and across the UK is increasing. The Wallich publish figures of the number of people they support on a monthly basis, and while this isn’t an absolute figure, you can see the rough trend.

You can find out more and donate money to the Wallich here: https://thewallich.com/donate/

If you would like to donate money to Women’s Aid, you can do so here: https://www.justgiving.com/cardiffwomensaid

You can also donate directly to The Huggard Centre: http://www.huggard.org.uk/how-you-can-help/donate/

Llamau are collecting gifts and care packages. Gifts can be dropped…

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One Response to “How to help Cardiff’s homeless this Christmas”

  1. EdithVazquez Says:

    Thanks for sharing the post. Helping to the needy ones like homeless people can make a huge difference in their life. The charity can be provided in the various forms, like participating in the voyage humanitaire (http://www.mission-humanitaire-afrique.org/tourisme-solidaire-voyage-humanitaire), where one can experience humanitarian trip and help the people living in a precarious situation.

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