Daniel Zeichner MP met Cambridge young people taking part in “National Citizens Service” who were working with Emmaus.
National Citizen Service is a programme that runs in the school holidays for 15 to 17 years-olds helping them gain confidence and new skills while making a difference in the local community.
The youngsters spend four weeks on the National Citizen Service programme. This week they are finding out about local charities ahead of organising a project to help them in the final week of the scheme.
Daniel Zeichner MP said: “It’s fantastic to meet the young people and hear their brilliant ideas to help us raise awareness of Emmaus’ work.
With homelessness on the rise, I know Emmaus are very greatful for the time they have volunteered, really helping make a difference to those who have been affected by homelessness.”