A breakfast bar's being set up in Manchester to offer homeless people a festive meal as it's revealed one in four will be spending Christmas alone.
It's being organised by the Manchester Street Angels who'll be handing out food and drink from their base in Great Northern on Deansgate.
Chief Constable Ian Hopkins will also be there to lend a hand.
It comes as the charity 'Crisis' says thousands of people will spend the festive period on the streets - with more than a quarter of those enduring Christmas alone.
A survey's found almost three-quarters of those questioned felt ashamed of being homeless, while 44 percent said they felt undeserving of help.