Homelessness charity unveils fundraising app that helps the charity locate rough sleepers
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Homelessness charity unveils fundraising app that helps the charity locate rough sleepers

31 Mar 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

A London-based homelessness charity has launched an app that uses geolocation technology to let people tell them that a person is sleeping rough by making a donation.

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Homelessness charity unveils fundraising app that helps the charity locate rough sleepers

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