On the EFL Day Of Action 2019, Dale player Kgosi Ntlhe visited Petrus Community Store in Rochdale.
He was there to learn about the work Petrus do, ahead of their annual charity sleepout at the Crown Oil Arena on Friday 29th March.
He also gave them a hand in stocking up the store, which helps to raise funds to support people experiencing homelessness in the local area.
Also joining the defender were Chief Executive David Bottomley, the Community Trust’s Keith Hicks and Siobhan McElhinny, repsentatives from the EFL Trust and PFA, as well as our very own Desmond The Dragon!
Check out a video of the visit above on iFollow freeview.
The Petrus Community provide residential and day support services for people in housing need throughout the Borough of Rochdale (including Heywood and Middleton), Rossendale and Oldham.
They exist to support a wide range of people in housing need and develop their skills, independence and choice. Since opening in 1972, Petrus has supported over 43,500 homeless men and women.
There is still time for you to get involved their annual charity sleepout! Click HERE for full details, including how to join the team of people sleeping out, that include David Bottomley, Keith Hicks and Siobhan McElhinny.