Workers with Feed Our Homeless
Around a quarter of those forced to queue at a charity soup kitchen are in work – but crippled by “crazy” rent and food poverty.
A record 550 people were counted lining up at the College Green aid station in the capital on Sunday.
Tony Walsh, the founder of Feed Our Homeless, stressed approximately 130 of them have jobs but are faced with bare cupboards after paying up to 70% of their income to rent a room.
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Pic: Feed Our Homeless