The photo shows the produce given at Addlestone's Harvest Service which will be taken to the York House Project in Woking for the homeless in the area.
The ultimate goal at York Road project is to assist individuals to secure permanent, independent accommodation. However, for some people this is not possible. For those, the project tries to support them to in supported accommodation or refers them to other hostels and relevant specialist agencies. Accommodation alone often does not solve the problem of homelessness, and at YRP, they endeavour to provide a holistic approach to assist clients with more than just a roof.
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