Belfast Homeless Charity Celebrates First Birthday

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HOME NI attracted a large crowd in Belfast on 24 March to celebrate their first birthday as a registered charity. The charity which was set up by Lauren Davidson aims to end homelessness for good by offering guidance and advice in order to get people off the streets. The next goal is to open up a drop in centre where people can come for workshops, seek advice from mental health professionals and probation professionals, all in the one place. Lauren said: “The whole purpose is to keep people off the streets for good”.

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