Cash boost for city charity

Ben Keegan from Roundabout.
Ben Keegan from Roundabout.
Have your say

a SHEFFIELD charity for the homeless has been chosen by phone and broadband company Plusnet as its Charity of the Year.

The company, which employs over 700 people in Sheffield, hopes to raise £10,000 for Roundabout, which provides shelter and support homeless young people.

Roundabout hopes to use the cash to boost its hostel renovation fund.

The hostel offers emergency accommodation for 16- to 21-year-olds.

Ben Keegan, Roundabout’s chief executive, said: “We are delighted that Plusnet has chosen to support Roundabout. Their involvement will make a huge difference and will help us to continue to provide support to young people.”