My Name is Kasum

I have lived in Pitsmoor all my life and I think it’s a great place to live. I got to know about the Hope project by regularly visiting the Verdon Street Centre. Before the project came along I was out of a job and had left college.

I believe the area needs a few changes, maybe a youth club or more activities for the youth to keep them busy. I believe the youth of Pitsmoor can have a bright future if they are kept off the streets and out of trouble. That’s why the Hope project can be very successful because we are the youth of Pitsmoor and we know what the youth need and we can be a great help for them.

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