Good news from the Boaz Trust

By Mission in Action

On 8 January 2021

A grateful client says thanks:

Last year, St Peter’s gave £1,300 to The Boaz Trust which works with destitute and homeless refugees and people seeking asylum in Greater Manchester, by providing safe accommodation and support.

The following message has come to us from Tawonga, one of the clients Boaz has been able to help as a result of the support received from St Peter’s:

‘I would like to thank Boaz for providing me with accommodation. Where would I be in this time of lockdown if it was not for them helping me? Plus, the support they gave and continue to give up to the present. I don’t take it for granted.’

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