A Wiltshire-based company has teamed up with local charities, to help donate clothes to those living rough on the streets of Oxford.
Employees at parcel collection service, Pass My Parcel have been encouraging locals to donate any unwanted clothing over the last two months, that could be delivered to the city's most vulnerable in the run up to Christmas.
ITV Meridian previously reported that the number of people living on our streets has doubled.
The company has also worked in collaboration with its sister brands, the newspaper and magazine wholesaler Smiths News, coffee company Jack's Beans and Tuffnells Parcels Express.
The initiative forms part of the firm's annual 'Pass It On' charity campaign. Now in its second year, this year's campaign saw the team continuing the hard work to deliver as many sleeping bags and items of warm clothing as possible.