The Breakfast Club
Sheffield company Drop Dead have announced their support for local homeless charity, The Cathedral Archer Project.
Drop Dead was formed in 2005 by Bring Me The Horizon singer Ollie Sykes, and the company strives to create unique clothing inspired by artists representing the metal and hardcore scenes, resulting in quirky and innovative collections (check out their recently released Gremlins range).
The Cathedral Archer Project is dedicated to helping the homeless and vulnerable, providing access to one on one support, food supplies, an on-site nurse and personalised programmes designed to assist building independence. Cathedral Archer Project believe that life is about living, not surviving, and are committed to not turning anyone away and providing the upmost support to those in need.
To show their support, the Drop Dead team have signed up to the charity’s breakfast club, where they have committed to funding a week of breakfasts for the project, and have also been invited to serve breakfast to see first-hand the people their support is helping.
It is not the first time the Drop Dead team have lent their support to the charity; members of the Drop Dead team Caroline, Josh and Dan took part in the charity’s sponsored sleep-out in March, raising £1,052.73.
Tracy Viner, from the Cathedral Archer Project said: “I am thrilled to be collaborating with Drop Dead. It’s fantastic to work with such a refreshing, creative group of people. We have exciting things coming up and can’t wait to get started’.