‘It’s a family!’ exclaims Marco Ocampo, delivering service with a smile at Goodge Street’s Change Please outlet, ‘I’m happy, I’m working full time’.
Marco is just one Change Please vendor who has seen his life changed for the better by the Change Please initiative.
In a recent article published by the Londonist, Change Please, our award-winning social enterprise project made by the homeless to help the homeless, is celebrated for the opportunity it continues to afford homeless people across London.
Midway down Tottenham Court Road stands a symbol of London. A tube station; a Leslie Green classic that announces itself in oxblood terracotta brick. Goodge Street station. But as Harry Rosehill looks closer, he notices a table, two chairs and a small window in the façade. Through that window lies our very own heart-warming social enterprise project – Change Please.
Local vendor, Marco, believes ‘London needs more enterprises like this’ & he’s right. We’re delighted that Change Please continues to change the lives of people like Marco for the better.
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