STUDENTS from South Bromsgrove High School have helped raise funds for Redditch Nightstop.
The young people joined forces with staff from TSB in Redditch to hold a tea party,
Robb Baxter, Olivia Baxter, Eve Battle and Poppy Diprose assisted with the tea and cakes to support of the charity, which TSB is helping throughout 2015.
Nightstop works with young people aged from 16 to 25, families, local agencies, schools and youth organisations to reduce the number of young people at risk of experiencing homelessness in the area by providing accommodation.
Short-term and emergency accommodation is arranged, along with longer term supported lodgings in the homes of trained volunteer hosts.
The charity believes its holistic approach of offering practical, emotional and social help through advice, guidance and support on life and independent living skills, enabling young people to become more self-assured and less anxious.
Nightstop strives to help young people gain greater self-esteem and confidence and to develop the ability to sustain educational training and employment opportunities.
Cash donations for Redditch Nightstop can be made at the Unicorn Hill branch.