An ESTATE agent is helping a Sheffield homeless charity collect supplies by setting up drop-off points for donations.
Residents are encouraged to drop off food and toiletries at any of the 13 Blundells offices in Sheffield and North Derbyshire.
The goods will be passed to the Cathedral Archer Project in Sheffield as part of its October Harvest Appeal.
The charity, based at Sheffield Cathedral, provides 10,500 free breakfasts a year, 4,000 hot lunches and up to 100 food parcels per week.
The project, which costs £1,200 a day to run, also offers access to shower and laundry facilities, telephones and internet services, plus numeracy and literacy classes.