Adelaide teens found non-profit charity to help homeless

A group of teenagers in Adelaide have founded a non-profit organisation to help provide much-needed supplies to Adelaide’s homeless population through the distribution of ‘care boxes’ carefully tailored to the specific needs of the homeless.

They rely on the generosity of the public through donations to carry out this work, and would greatly appreciate the help of a news story to spread the word and maximise their positive impact on the community.

Their Go Fund Me page where you can donate your bits reads:

“we are a non-for profit organisation run by teenagers striving to make a difference in Adelaide. Our care boxes we are hoping to create with the donations are tailored to the specific need of homeless. This includes sanitary items, hand warmers, warm clothes, food and water to assist the less fortunate. Please donate to our charity to give hope to those you need it”.

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