“I want to help all the homeless people in England.”
By Amy Packham
A six-year-old boy who felt sad seeing people living out on the “freezing cold streets” is fundraising to buy hats, scarves and gloves for homeless people this Christmas.
Frankie Hill, from East London, was inspired to set up the campaign after having a conversation with his mum, Jane Brooks, about how, although Christmas is a “very fun” time for him and his family, some people don’t get anything special at this time of year.
“I want to help all the homeless people in England,” he told HuffPost UK.
“It makes me feel sad that some people don’t get to do the same as me. Some people live on the streets, all alone and in the freezing cold.”
Frankie has set himself the target of raising £1,000 for his JustGiving campaign ‘Keep Warm With Frankie’.