UK street food traders to feed Calais refugees

The team are hoping to raise at least £10,000
04/12/2015 - 09:29
A collective of London street food traders are planning to return to Calais to provide hot meals and vital supplies to refugees in Calais this winter.

The Street Aid team previously visited the camp in September and provided food, sleeping bags, tents, coats and building supplies to thousands of refugees who are in Calais.

The team will include traders including The Roadery, Rupert’s Street, The Bowler, What The Dickens! and Fleisch Mob, and have set a fundraising target of £10,000.

Dan Shearman, founder of The Roadery, said: “In the run up to Christmas we appeal to peoples hearts during a season of good will. These amazing people have already been through so much, and deserve to have what every human being deserves - a hot meal in their belly and warm dry place to call home.”

“Through the pain and suffering they have endured to be forced from their own countries, the struggle and hundreds of miles traveling to bring themselves to safety, and the living conditions they are still forced to endure, these people still managed the strength to show us kindness.  All they need is a little in return to give them a little comfort during the harsh winter”

Donations can be made securely online and every pound donated will be spent aiding refugees this Winter.

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