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£8,379
raised of £3,000 target by 177 supporters

    Weʼve raised £8,379 to honour the memory of Nicolette Richardson by raising money to help the lives of local homeless people through the Buses 4 Homeless project.

    Funded on Tuesday, 30th November 2021

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    There are over 300,000 homeless people in the UK, and over 450 homeless related deaths last year. Buses 4 Homeless, have a mission to transform the lives of homeless people. Buses 4 Homeless is a low cost holistic solution to homelessness.

    They refurbish decommissioned buses into spaces for Eating, Sleeping, Wellbeing and Learning in order to re-engage homeless people back into the community.

    Recently, Nicolette became aware of the important work that Buses 4 Homeless undertake to transform the lives of homeless and vulnerable people, and has worked with the founder to try and help the local homeless in Richmond.

    In her memory, we would love to be able to raise enough money to be able to cover the cost of putting someone through the 3 month programme that would:

    1) Help Identify and Overcome the issues that lead to them being homeless

    2) Teach them Soft and Vocational skills

    3) Engage them into Apprenticeships / Further Training

    4) Help secure Employment / create Small Businesses

    5) Re-engage them back into the community through housing, support and long term mentorship

    If you would like to find out more about the amazing work that Buses 4 Homeless do then please click here

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    • Nicolette / Austen1 year ago
      Nicolette / Austen

      Nicolette / Austen

      1 year ago

      Just WOW! I am in total awe today. Nicolette was just such an amazing person, who i loved dearly and i'm genuinely lost for words to see how loved she was by others. In what has undoubtedly been the most darkest time for myself, it fills me with immense pride to be able to honour Nicolette in this way. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you

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    Supporters

    177

    • Ruth & Philip

      Ruth & Philip

      Jul 24, 2021

      In loving memory of a very special person, you will be missed x

    • Glynis Hyslop

      Glynis Hyslop

      Apr 30, 2021

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 21, 2021

      £30.00

    • Anne Laurenson

      Anne Laurenson

      Jan 19, 2021

      Such a lovely lady, she will be missed

      £100.00

    • Lloyd and Sue Camp

      Lloyd and Sue Camp

      Jan 18, 2021

      It is one of life's mysteries and tragedies that Nikky has gone. A reality check for us. She was inspirational and simply wonderful. We miss you, Nikky! RIP

      £40.00

    • Nath & Jen

      Nath & Jen

      Jan 12, 2021

      Such a lovely way to remember Nikki. Sending you and Isabella all our love, Aust xxx

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 6, 2021

      £20.00

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    Nicolette / Austen

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    Nicolette was recently taken ill suddenly and sadly passed away leaving a hole in all of our hearts. She was an amazing woman, mother, partner, daughter, sister and friend to so many and those that knew her were all truly blessed to have been able to be a part of her life.

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