People in Plymouth are being encouraged to take part in a pioneering new scheme aimed at making it safer and easier to donate money to the homeless.
In the past six months more than 1,200 households have asked the council for help with housing, and last month there were 27 people sleeping rough in the city.
Now contactless payment devices are being put in place around the city to allow people to make small donations.
It's all part of the council's 'Make A Change' campaign. The donations are collected up nationally and distributed to three charities which help the homeless in Plymouth - Shekinah, Plymouth Access to Housing (Path) and the Soup Run.
Click below to see a map of where to find the new contactless devices: