A helping hand for the homeless

A HOMELESSNESS charity in Rotherham has received over £500 thanks to the fund-raising efforts of South Yorkshire NHS staff.

NHS workers from Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) raised £507.22 for Shiloh Rotherham.

They held a number of local fund-raising events, including a cake sale and making donations for wearing festive jumpers.

RDASH admin lead Natalie Adams said: “Shiloh is a fantastic charity that supports adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, offering a number of services including housing advice, education and training.

“We are pleased to help.”

The contributions from each part of the trust were sent to Rotherham CAMHS admin assistant Linda Ward, who handed over the cash and goods to Shiloh’s John Roberts (pictured, left).

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