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The Rotary Club of The City & Shoreditch supported Providence Row, a charity for the homeless
Providence Row was established in 1860 and works with people, whatever their background, to help them to an independent and fulfilled life away from homelessness and exclusion, in which they are contributing members of the community. This means addressing not only their immediate needs, but also the underlying issues and causes of their homelessness and exclusion. One of Providence Row’s key objective is to get homeless people off the streets, and keep them off. They run a range of activities aimed at improving the physical and mental state of their clients and assisting them with education, employment, housing support, benefits and - most importantly - with support to come off alcohol and drug addictions which effect most homeless individuals. In the 2018-2019 Rotary year we donated £1,000 to this charity.
16 May 2019
The City & Shoreditch, Greater London, England (Rotary Club)
Eugen Buck, The City & Shoreditch | contactMr. Roger Wolf, | contactDomenic Pini, The City & Shoreditch | contactDr Saroj Chhabra, London | contact
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