Issue 84

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10 ISSUE 84 / 2016 GUESTLIST A selfless 9 year old girl has collected hundreds of Barbies to give to homeless shelters and foster home children in Virginia, America. Gianna Graham, not interested in keeping the dolls for herself, is happy to give away about one thousand of them to less privileged children than herself. Gianna told WTKR, "I feel like girls in shelters should have the same as girls not in shelters." Follow Gianna's donations and commit to sending a Barbie yourself at 9 YEAR OLD COLLECTS 1000 BARBIES FOR HOMELESS GIRLS Making a new years resolution to help girls her age, Gianna Graham started a collection after Christmas GOOD EGG: Gianna Graham SEEN SOMEONE SLEEPING ROUGH? What should you do if you see someone sleeping rough tonight? An estimated 3,000 people across the UK sleep rough each night. With cold nights and not so warm days either, it's only fair that we do our bit to help out a homeless person if we see one. If you see someone sleeping rough, refer them to @Tell_StreetLink on 0300 500 0914 In April, the Conservative Government plans to cap housing benefits for social rented properties, leaving vulnerable older residents, domestic violence victims and people suffering from mental illnesses with no other option. Housing charities have attacked the Government for what would unjustly target these people in need. The cuts to spending would lead to closing of properties on "a massive and unprecedented scale", and ministers must safeguard supporting housing schemes from cuts. OVER 80,000 PEOPLE TO BE LEFT HOMELESS BY TORY BENEFIT CAP 82,000 homes, including specialist homes for the most vulnerable people in society, are threatened with closure That's right, young people are being forced out of their homes for 'coming out' as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. PACE is North London's LGBT and mental health charity formed by a group of volunteers promoting the emotional well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Established in 1985, PACE have been providing support and development to LGBT youths who have suffered discrimination at home, work and at school. In 2014, PACE developed a 10 year strategy to continue support and rely soley on donations and partnerships with companies such as Children in Need and London Councils. PACE hold an LGBT Youth meeting every Tuesday at 6pm on Caledonian Road N1 and it is free to attend. All meetings are confidential. For more information visit: A shocking 24% of UK homelessness is made up of LGBT youth LGBT YOUTH HOMELESSNESS IT'S COLD OUTSIDE 15 year old Emily Duffy came up with the idea after living on the streets of Dublin for one day in order to experience life as the homeless do and raise money for charity. With highly reflective water and fireproof surfaces, the bags also have velcro straps instead of zippers for ease of access. In addition to helping the homeless, the teenager has also provided them with jobs, making the bags at $10 at a local service centre in Dublin. TEENAGER INVENTS SLEEPING BAGS FOR HOMELESS AND GIVES THEM JOBS A teenager in Ireland has invented a rain and fireproof sleeping bag for the homeless and has also hired them to manufacture the bags

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