Moosa Nsubuga, a south Londoner, first got into charity work after travelling to The Gambia in West Africa in the summer of 2018.
While there, he started an initiative with his friend called The SPOT Project to support young, orphaned children.
Seeing the impact that aid and community work had on their lives made Moosa think about how he could make a difference back home in the UK.
“I thought: how can I start an initiative here in the UK? Being a sneakerhead, I spoke to a few homeless people and asked how I could help. And the first person I spoke to said: ‘You know what, I need a new pair of shoes. I was thinking of going and stealing a pair, but if I get caught, it always puts me back in a cycle of being arrested and then going back to prison and being recalled.’ So I said: ‘No problem, I’ve got a pair for you!’”