People of the Streets CIC encourages Three Mobile customers to give free Domino’s to the Homeless
” With millions of customers on the Three network, if just 1% of people donated their free pizza, this would be approximately 120,000 hot meals distributed in one single day
” Everyone is encouraged to get involved, not just Three customers, by volunteering at a local homeless shelter, donating money to a charity or not-for-profit, buying an essential pack of items and donating warm clothes
Wednesday, 28th February: Not-for-profit, People of the Streets CIC is encouraging customers of the Three network to donate their free Domino’s Pizza to people sleeping rough on what could be the coldest day of the year.
Today, Three UK customers are offered a free personal Pizza from Domino’s as part of their rewards app, Wuntu. People of the Streets CIC is encouraging people to give their free pizza to someone sleeping rough on the streets or at a homeless shelter.
Charles Kerr, Managing Director of People of the Streets CIC says, “It’s freezing cold outside, so we thought it would be a great and simple idea to encourage people to give out thousands of hot meals to those homeless or sleeping rough. Even if just 1% of Three’s customer base got involved that’s 120,000 hot meals to those less fortunate than them today. It’s a free promotion so this provides an incredible opportunity and even if you’re not a Three customer there are plenty of other ways to get involved.”
People of The Streets CIC is a social enterprise that provides essential packs of items on its website (https://peopleofthestreets.co.uk) that for a small donation they will distribute to homeless shelters around the country. All money raised goes to supporting the homeless community across the UK.
Alex Greenhalgh, Operations Director says “As well as donating their pizza people can purchase an essential pack of items from us such as warm clothes and hygiene products.
Homelessness is a growing issue across the UK, and we want to encourage people to help out. It doesn’t have to be monetary, but there are a number of homeless shelters that would welcome your time and donations however small.”