Homeless people received their own wash kit this Christmas thanks to the generosity of a long-established Dorset accountancy firm.
Princecroft Willis (PcW), which celebrated its centenary this year, donated 100 wash kits to Routes To Roots (R2R).
The Poole-based charity distributed the kits to its homeless clients in the run-up to December 25 as well as on Christmas Day.
The wash kits include a hand towel, comb, roll-on deodorant, soap, toothpaste and a toothbrush.
Neil Robertson, R2R’s Projects Coordinator, said: “This was a very generous gesture and we’re very grateful to Princecroft Willis.
“The wash kits contain all the items many consider as essentials but to our clients are regarded as luxuries.”