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Retail charity app sets sights on eradicating street homelessness

1st December, 2019
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More than 1,200 retailers, including Amazon, Asos and Marks & Spencer, have signed up to a charity app developed by a Dublin couple with the aim of reducing homelessness in the capital.

Victoria Ryan-Nesbitt and James Gallagher, both 22, designed the app so that as soon as users make a purchase online with a partner retailer, a portion of their spending is automatically donated to charity.

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