Raising funds for those who need care in a time of need.
Guildford's Street Angels are setting off on a nine day sponsored walk today (20th September) from Canterbury Cathedral to Guildford Cathedral.
It is to help raise funds for the charity, which has been going for six years.
Street Angels are volunteers who believe that people deserve care and love in their time of need.
Those needs could be as a result of homelessness, intoxication, drug abuse, assault or any other issue which has caused personal distress or the potential for physical harm.
The Street Angels operate under the management of the Town Centre Chaplaincy with volunteers representing people of different faiths and none.
The Guildford Street Angels programme operates with support from Surrey Police and the Safer Guildford Partnership.
Guildford Street Angels operate on Friday, Saturday and occasional weekday nights from around 10.30 pm until around 4.00 am when all the bars and clubs are closed.
To find out more about Guildford Street Angels, click here.