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Nash Mills teacher to help the homeless this Christmas

 Published on: 20th October 2017   |   By: The Newsdesk   |   Category:

A teacher at Nash Mills School and three of her friends will be layering up and making their way into the heart of London to help homeless people. Esther Baron, Hannah Jones, Cat Goryn and Laura Burrell will be volunteering at one of the Crisis bases as part of the Crisis at Christmas team. Esther and her friends will serve, talk to, spend time with and encourage the guests they encounter. Esther explained: “We will help to ensure their stay at the Rough Sleepers Centre (where they sleep, eat, drink and have access to a range of activities, including Arts & Crafts, CV writing and services such as dentistry, hair cutting, health and well-being) is special and a memorable experience. “We hope to remind the homeless people of London that someone does care about them. We hope the love that we show will bring comfort and peace to those who are vulnerable in our society and for whom every day survival is a challenge. We strive to encourage them of the hope for the future that is within reach and bring a positive joy to their soul.” Together with volunteering, the group aim to raise money for Crisis at Christmas. This year, the target has been set to £500. Esther said: “Along with our friends and family, we would love to raise a huge blessing for the Crisis charity and those who access their services.” You can sponsor the girls by going to  

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