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Brompton Project ‘Help the homeless’ in the news

London’s Evening Standard covers the story

London, 26 June 2020

The Help the Homeless project, run by members of the Order, Companions of the Order, and volunteers – in all, a team of 48 – have been hard at work since early April, packing and distributing packs of clothes and necessities for distribution to the homeless in central London – all currently housed by Westminster City Council in hostels and hotels. London’s Evening Standard newspaper picked up the story on Friday. 

Organising goods for the homeless

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