King Victoria

Les Truman, a prolific fundraiser at London's Victoria station, features in a series of 30 portraits exhibited to mark the 30th anniversary of the nearby homelessness charity The Passage

Les Truman
Les Truman

A total of 30 portraits were taken by 30 photographers as part of The Passage's 30th anniversary celebrations. They were then displayed in a gallery.

One of the photographs featured an 82-year-old charity collector, Les Truman, who has raised £300,000 for The Passage, much of it by shaking a collection tin outside Victoria station in London. He is pictured at the Carlisle Place Day Centre run by the charity.

Carlisle Place is London's largest voluntary sector day centre for homeless and vulnerable people. It offers supported housing services and helps more than 200 people each day.

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