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Closed 31/08/2018

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    Weʼve raised £0 to provide a safe trusting environment for children growing up with difficultly concerning being raised in areas that are gang driven

    London, UK
    Closed on Friday, 31st August 2018

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    We aim to become a safety net for those children that slip through the system and end up turning to selling drugs, smoking drugs, crime, gangs and all sorts of other anti-social behavior. A member of our small team will sit down with each child and have an informal talk about their life and how they need help. We want the children of our future to realise that life is much much more than what they see around them plus there is always hope. We just need the funds to start up a workshop that can cater for the needs of what is required. This project will be called A Safe Place



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        Richard Eugene

        Richard Eugene

        London, UK

        As a young man growing up in hackney i have seen so much and witness a whole lot , today is no different from my youth days, it has just gone from bad to worst. I see a real need for these children that are lost and confused ,I can help them to find direction with my workshops.

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