A couple from Blackpool who have just won a national award for their homeless charity.
It means even more to them as they themselves were once forced to sleep rough.
Carol and Len Fowler had settled in the seaside resort in the 1980s with hopes of running a guest house.
But as visitor numbers dropped so too did their income and they ended up living on the streets.
Now they run a charity called The Well project, which provides food and support for homeless people.
Amy Welch reports.
The council, police and charities in Liverpool are urging people not to give to beggars in the street claiming they'll spend the money on alcohol and drugs.
They say it's much better to donate to organisations that help deal with homelessness and addiction.
Matt O'Donoghue reports:-
Homeless people in Liverpool are benefiting from fake goods that would usually be disposed of by the city council.
Trading standards had planned to destroy the items, instead they have passed them on to a charity who de-brand the counterfeit logos and replace them with their own.
Our correspondent Rachel Townsend went to find out more: