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Sheffield teens working to give homeless a helping hand

A group of teenagers are helping homeless youngsters gain new life skills, including 16-year-old Jamaal Mohammed and Grace Brownell, 15.

A group of teenagers are helping homeless youngsters gain new life skills, including 16-year-old Jamaal Mohammed and Grace Brownell, 15.

Teenagers in Sheffield are helping homeless youngsters gain new life skills as part of a National Citizens Service campaign to get young people involved with issues they are passionate about.

They are trying to get local businesses to give homeless youngsters the chance to gain vital work experience.

Jamaal Mohammed, aged 16, of Batemoor, said: “We’re helping young homeless people and are trying to give them the chance to work.”

Grace Brownell, aged 15, from Walkley, said: “We’re just trying to raise awareness for the project.”

 

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