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04 Dec 2015
Andrew Batty wears his Slippers for Shelter
Andrew Batty - Housing Related Support Officer & Care Coordinator has put himself in the shoes of homeless children and is wearing his Slippers for Shelter.
Wherever you are, enjoy the comfort of home this Christmas. Make sure thousands of children do too. Last Christmas morning, 93,000 children in Britain woke up without a home, and without hope.
That's why, today (Friday 4th December), we want you to put your foot down - in some festive footwear. Whether you're at work or home, in school or the gym, put yourself in the shoes of homeless children everywhere - and wear your Slippers for Shelter. If you wish to make a donation, please go to http://www.shelter.org.uk/slippers for more information.