They felt safe at the hands of the British government, but this took a swift turn following the first lockdown. Thousands of homeless had been given shelter across the country, but following May, this has been ceased, and vaccine protocols see that homeless people are of little priority.
Students are being urged to help Exeter’s menstruating homeless and vulnerable population – by donating tampons and other sanitary products. Student-led group Provide a Pad have announced a donation drive during week eight in an attempt to support Exeter Foodbank and other charities in the city. “We’ll be collecting products from anybody who wants to […]
Law students have volunteered their services to High Street squatters who have been served a notice to appear in court next week. On the 6th of February, homeless couple Spike McClung and Maxine Stephenson set up a “peaceful” and “drug free” safe space for homeless people to shelter in what used to be Clinton Cards in […]
Exeposé is proud to support the University of Exeter’s YMCA society’s new initiative labelled #Selfieless to promote awareness of homelessness in the city. The campaign involves anyone uploading a selfie (with their face concealed) to social media, in an effort to boost funds for the YMCA, which actively supports homeless youth in Exeter. The society has already […]