ON Wednesday, 27th December four QPR Under-18s volunteered their time to help the fantastic charity Crisis at Christmas – an initiative that QPR were proudly supporting in 2018.
Shiloh Remy, Kayden Williams-Lowe, Kai Woollard-Innocent and Charley Kendall all took time out of their schedules to help with a variety of jobs at Kensington Aldridge Academy and assist those taking care of the homeless.
The four youngster’s roles for the day included check-ins, prepping/serving food and helping out with the sports sessions that took place.
The QPR Trust CEO Andy Evans, who also volunteered his time, was delighted with the way the boys conducted themselves in what was a humbling experience.
He told www.qpr.co.uk: “What this charity does is really amazing as this can be such a difficult time of the year for the homeless but the number of volunteers shows that people care.”
He continued: “The young lads could not have represented QPR any better and like me were taken back by the vast array of homeless people they saw.
“But they’ve done a great thing by volunteering their time here and that’s the sort of qualities in a person that we want at this football club.”
Christmas may be over but Crisis are all year round trying to help those who desperately need it and you can continue to donate by clicking HERE.