This organic clothing to help homeless people is a range of sweatshirts, ideal for lounging around the house or for casual outdoor days. Made from organic cotton and made to Fair Wear Foundation standards, they are screen-printed in London. Many are designed by ex-homeless artists, as a platform for the creative talents of those who need one.
If you get really upset seeing dogs with homeless people, see how to help dogs of homeless people for practical ideas to help. If you know a homeless person, call Shelter whose staff know the law inside out. They explain how to get cash in a crisis (you can usually use a hotel address for credit unions).
About the Maker
Hopeful Traders is a social project that collaborates with people affected by homelessness and mental illness. It collaborates with people experiencing (or having experienced) these issues. 5% of profits are given to Llamau, which works to stop homelessness for people in Wales.