1. Check if there are homeless people in the central streets of your city.
2. Ask one of them if they are listed on the homeless local municipal list.
3. Talk to them and explain the main programmes (HFR & WPU) of the HDC Fund
4. If YES, offer £10 to them to wear a branded shirt/jumper. (you'll receive it at your address)
5. If they enjoy this solution, explain to them that we need their consent to check whether they are on the local homeless municipal list.
6. Also, to keep running this solution, we need to attract investors and create promotional videos, clarify to people who want to protect their image, and flag option one on the consent form.
7. Take a 30-second video of the person wearing branded clothes in a "crowded" street.
8. Send both screenshot of the consent form and the video file to email@example.com
9. You need a laundry basket with wheels and 2-3 compartments (clean/dirty) - sample - on Monday, you can bring the clothes to the washing machine.
10. That's it. The following Friday, you can start monitoring the streets; if you see new homeless people, you will request new debit cards; if there are none, you will distribute new clothes.
11. If we have funds, the indemnity for directors is £50 per week. On average, it's one hour per day from Friday to Monday (10 am to 11 am or similar). The priority is for homeless people anyway. Once the project is consistent, you can ask the municipality to leave the basket somewhere in the town centre.
12. People experiencing homelessness joining the HFR and WPU programs will reach £50 per week. They won't need to join the website but must complete the consent form. (otherwise, we cannot verify they are experiencing homelessness)
13. The WPU program is based on a weekend, including Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Depending on preferences and convenience, it can be modified using Thursday, Friday and Saturday.