To provide vital food and drink for Manchester’s homeless, UniDosh has set up an initiative called #Task4Homeless.
Manchester has one of the UK’s highest homeless mortality rates, due to a number of unfortunate causes including starvation.
The #Task4Homeless campaign has been set up by UniDosh co-founders and longtime school friends, Oliver Jacobs and Joseph Black in conjunction with The Manchester Central Foodbank in an attempt to raise awareness and food donations to tackle the homeless hunger crisis.
“Without the Foodbank, I don’t think I would be here today.”Richard, an ex royal military police officer, now homeless
UniDosh has pledged to make a food donation to The Manchester Central Foodbank for every job/task posted on the UniDosh app throughout 1st-31st May.
“This is not a UniDosh project but a City of Manchester project, the next time you need something done, whether that be cleaning, gardening, office assistance if you task a student to do it on the UniDosh app you’ll contribute towards the #Task4Homeless campaign and feed a homeless person in the city.”UniDosh Co-Founder – Joseph Black
“Over the years we have both played active roles in a number of charity organisations. UniDosh was recently reborn in Manchester, having spent the last year focusing on a product rebranding. We saw this as a good opportunity to do some good for the city of Manchester and run a charitable launch in an effort to gain further awareness for this very much needed cause.”UniDosh Co-Founder – Oliver Jacobs