Charity Protects Homeless and Their Reputation

A recent UK survey by Shelter has reported over 300,000 people as homeless. Bristol-based charity called BillyChip has been formed to support the homeless nationally.

Many homeless persons seeking support in the street are not given money to buy food and drink when they are most in need. Potential givers feel concerned that money may be wasted on inappropriate purchases by street sleepers. To reduce this risk and encourage more street donations Billy Chip has designed coin tokens for local retailers which the public can give to the homeless to exchange for safe food and drink.


The token ceramic coins have been designed by the charity family founders in honour of Billy Abernethy-Hope who lost his life in a tragic accident






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