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Published: Feb 15 , 2016
Author: Jared Bamford

Our Scotwork office is located in central Sydney. We see many homeless and less fortunate people, and frequently I am stopped and asked for “spare change?”. Today, as I ambled back to the office following my lunch break I spotted a homeless man perched in front of our office building. He had a sign which read “I’m trying 2 get $26 to get a bed 4 tonight, thank you”.

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