Gifts for vulnerable people at risk of homelessness in Wisbech and Ely
- Credit: Archant
More than 200 gifts were donated for vulnerable people at risk of homelessness in Wisbech and Ely.
The gifts came as part of the CHS group's Shoe Box Appeal which ran over the Christmas period.
CHS Group runs five services in Cambridge, Ely and Wisbech that provide accommodation and support to 16-24-year olds who are either homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Gifts were also delivered to CHS Group's Russell Street service which provides accommodation and support for single adults who have a learning disability, are on the autistic spectrum, or have acquired brain injuries.
Breege Brandon, community support manager, said: "It gave people the joy of knowing that there are those in the community who care about them and their situation."
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CHS Group offers community support services for people with a variety of needs and backgrounds.
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