A Glasgow soup kitchen is about to launch a brand new meals truck to serve scorching meals to susceptible residents.
The Homeless Project Scotland (HPS) operates underneath Central Bridge seven days every week from 8pm onwards serving scorching meals and offering recommendation to folks most in want. It’s going to now be capable of assist those that are unable to make the journey into town centre.
No particular date has been set for the launch of the truck, which is the primary of its sort in Glasgow, however the charity is interesting to native companies to donate £2000 to the trigger which can permit them to offer the free meals service and providing free publicity to any enterprise that needs to assist them in return.
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Talking concerning the newest improvement, Colin McInnes, chairman of the HPS, stated: “We’re launching our meals truck in a few weeks. This would be the first homeless meals truck in Glasgow and it’s the solely homeless meals truck in Scotland.
“It’s going to present scorching meals together with breakfast to the homeless and susceptible throughout Glasgow and the west.
“We’re additionally reaching out to companies asking them in the event that they wish to sponsor the truck for £2000 a yr. We’re on the lookout for 20 companies to return ahead with the donation of £2000 which can go into offering the meals and the gasoline for the truck in addition to publicity for his or her enterprise.
“Nobody has been in contact with us but however we hope folks will come ahead quickly.”
Anybody who’s fascinated about serving to or making a donation can electronic mail the HPS by way of firstname.lastname@example.org
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