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work in a house where one does not live

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The Teesside Philanthropic Foundation, spearheaded by chairman Andy Preston, plans to hold another sleep out in March and raise more money for food banks and homelessness charities.
It staged six sleep outs in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral from 1989; the biggest saw around 300 people sleeping rough for the night and raised around PS20,000.
He said "After having done the first sleep out, and speaking to some of the young folk helped by St Basils I was determined to become a regular at the event and thus do my part, all be it small, in helping young people get the help they require in times of difficulty.
More than 80 people took part in the first Corporate Sleep Out in 2008 and there are hopes to have even more to support the work of the charity which helps young people facing homelessness.
TV presenter Gail Porter, Central News's Llewela Bailey and the Bishop of Birmingham David Urqhuart will take part in St Basils Sleep Out on Friday.
VOLUNTEERS behind a Nuneaton charity for the homeless are hoping for better support during their annual sponsored sleep out after a poor response over the past two years.
Well, actually, it was the St Basil's Executive Sleep Out and they were in cardboard boxes on either side.
Waitrose will be providing much needed hot food and drinks to the 650-plus people taking part in the Big Sleep Out on November 30.
The charity's annual Sleep Out, which has been running for the last 18 years, was the largest yet with record numbers of people signing up to take part in one of the regions biggest fundraising events of the year.