HUMANITY who has spent 19 long years helping the homeless may possibly be nominated for a Pride you get with the Cotswolds award.
Gerry Atkins has been helping out homeless veterans for years, and place up the Big Yellow Shuttle Project to help others all over need in June 2017.
The Cirencester scheme, which opened previously Christmas, has been nominated in the environment Project of the Year class.
Gerry prepared charity gigs to raise that amount of money to buy a yellow double decker bus which he emerged as a homeless shelter.
Equal to seven people can inhabit there at any one time, and then the project has helped women and men from Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire then Hampshire get back on their foot.
“I thing to consider how can I try and improve the physical lives of the homeless people of our own area?
“It’s proven its worth locally. We have got some incredibly good volunteers. We have come a long way in a short time. We are finding a lot as we go. ”
Reflecting in the award nomination Gerry appended: “I am just content with bring awareness to the creation.
“I try stuff I believe in. I do not need any congratulations. ”
For more information connect to bigyellowbusproject. co. uk.
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