Post | May 2024 | Volunteer Stories | 1 min read

Volunteering to help Cambridge's homeless

Written by It Takes A City
We see Alex, he is smiling and wearing a blue zip up top and has his hand up like he's in the middle of explaining something. He is sat down next to a window.

It Takes A City is a charity that work towards ending rough sleeping in Cambridge.


In this video; Alex, Steve and Mike share their volunteering experiences with us and how much it means to them.


"I think it's one of the most rewarding things that we can do - to have the opportunity to help others"


Matt and Chris from the charity highlight how vital volunteers are to their projects.




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