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Let's make Christmas Mean Something Different in 2020


Society of St. James simply wanted to know what words people affected by homelessness would use to describe Christmas. Those words included Lonely, Hate, Sadness, Stressful and even Bah-Humbug.


As well as single words, one person mentioned they had "no happy memories" and another wants "love and joy".


Some did say that they enjoy Christmas and are looking forward to their first one with SSJ - and SSJ want to make sure they have one to remember.


Help SSJ provide a great Christmas by donating in kind via their Hope Revolution Christmas shop: www.hope-revolution.org/ssj


Help SSJ to raise £5,000 so they can provide people affected by homelessness with a gift or a hot meal at a time when they feel alone. https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/SSJChristmas



Any money raised above this will go towards helping vulnerable people take the next step forward in 2021 by buying I.D, bus passes, smart clothes for job interviews, and more.

Are you a charity or good cause who would benefit from your own free donation shop? Get in contact today!

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