LONDON — An innovative new $100 plastic bag for the city’s homeless is making a splash in the United Kingdom.
The paper bag will be available in stores and in local homeless shelters across the country.
And the homeless community is taking it seriously, with many using it as a gift for friends and family.
“People who are homeless are so desperate for money and have no other option,” said Kaya Taylor, a London resident who runs a shelter.
Many people also use it to keep the smell away.
It has become a popular gift for homeless people to buy gifts for friends or family members.
I used it to buy some chocolate for my brother.
He was in hospital for a while, and I was thinking, ‘I’m going to give him a gift like this and have it there.’
“So I went to my local paper store and bought a couple of bags,” she said.
They cost about £10, but the bag is so small, that people can carry it in their pockets or carry it by their legs, as it rolls across the floor.
Kaya said she thought the bags would make a good gift for her sister who suffers from anxiety.
She bought a large bag, but didn’t know how much it would cost, so she went to a friend of hers, who she said was a homeless man, and asked if she could buy one for him.
Her friend said he was happy to help out, so he gave her one.
For the last three weeks, Kaya has been buying the bags.
When asked how she can make money from the bags, she said, “I just get them out of the house and give them away to people who need them.”
She also said she used them to buy a small piece of art for her brother, who is a graphic designer.
He also uses the bags to keep his belongings organized, so the money he makes from selling the art can go to other homeless people in need.
While she doesn’t know who the people she’s helping are, Kaysa said she wants to make a difference for people who can’t afford to go to the shelter for help.
A lot of people use it as their home, but it’s also a big part of their life, she added.
In Britain, there are now about 200,000 homeless people.
Since the beginning of the year, more than 50,000 have been moved into emergency accommodation.
This week, the Government announced it would provide £2 million to the Government of London to buy more homeless bags.